Parents' Guide to

Eater's Guide to the World

By Marty Brown, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Hipster food tourism show has profanity, sex talk.

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Despite the sheer amount of food shows on TV, there are still unique niches to be found. Eater's Guide to the World wants so badly to appeal to, for lack of a better word, hipsters that it can feel a little embarassing at times. Underneath the edgy advertorial artifice, however, is a show that's pretty good at finding corners of food culture that no one else is covering, with an eye toward how people from a wide variety of backgrounds can relate to one another while consuming. The result is a sort of mix between classic food tourism and the sort of roaming, insatiable curiosity of an Anthony Bourdain show.

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