Anthony Bourdain Drinks Butterbeer at Universal Studios

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Anthony Bourdain might be an international traveler in constant search of his next great meal, but even this intrepid chef/writer/television host must succumb to the charms of Harry Potter.

And if you've been all around the world, where's the best place to spend your wedding anniversary -- which also happens to be 4/20 day?

The trippiest place on Earth, of course... the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studio's Islands of Adventure in Orlando!

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And what are you toasting another year of blissful marriage with? How about a Butterbeer? That's exactly what happened, as evidenced by Ottavia Bourdain's Instagram and Tweet:

The happy couple celebrated their anniversary with matching Butterbeers... and mustaches. How cute:

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