Anthony Bourdain Chills at Oolite

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Looks like there's been another Bourdain sighting in Miami.

Last afternoon, Anthony Bourdain was spotted at Oolite Restaurant and Bar, where he filmed a segment of CNN's Parts Unknown with rock legend and Miami resident Iggy Pop.

See also: Bourdain Caught Filming in Miami

We're not sure what they talked about, but word has it that Bourdain sampled about four dishes and filming took about two hours -- right around the corner from Lincoln Road's tourist bustle.

Bourdain and Wessel look like they had a lot to talk about.

Bourdain also took the time to pose with the entire Oolite crew.

Just the other day, Bourdain filmed at Islas Canarias on Coral Way at SW 137th Avenue and tweeted one fine looking medianoche. This time, the chef/author/traveler tweeted a picture of himself and the iconic rocker on the beach:

Two old dudes on a beach . #IGGY! #TVEye #Miami

A photo posted by anthonybourdain (@anthonybourdain) on

Where is Bourdain now? We do know he's still in town, filming at another secret location. If you have a Bourdain moment, let us know!

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