Fans Anthony Bourdain gathered over the weekend outside the restaurant in New York City where he once worked as executive chef.
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Others said he changed the way some of the most marginalized countries are viewed.
According to the Times, Ripert told Bourdain's mother, Gladys, that her son had been "in a dark mood these last couples of days".
In his 2000 book Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly - the book that would propel him to fame - Bourdain spoke about using cocaine, heroin, LSD, weed and mushrooms. The local eatery was featured in an episode of No Reservations in 2007, which aired on the Travel Channel.
Anthony Bourdain, a gifted storyteller and writer who took CNN viewers around the world, died at age 61. The host of the network's "Parts Unknown" was in France filming for the show when he took his own life.
Still, the staff figured maybe Bourdain has just gone to a different restaurant for the night.
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"This leads us to suspect that not much preparation and premeditation went into the act, and leads us more in the direction of an impulsive act", de Rocquigny told The New York Times.
Occasionally, Bourdain's penchant to spotlight minorities attracted a backlash.
"A visionary", Nasti, the Chambard chef, would say Saturday of his lost guest and friend, offering his condolences to Bourdain's family "and all those around the world who he caused to dream". Bourdain responded on Twitter, calling it "shameful, dishonest race-baiting click bait".