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Michelin and the Deaths of Two French Chefs

Society & Culture : The New Yorker: Culture

On Monday, the 2016 Michelin guide to France was released. The guide rouge, as it is known to the French, is generally considered the country’s gastronomic bible, its foremost arbiter of fine dining. But this year what would ordinar...


United States / Atlanta : Atlanta Dish

Rubber hits the road when it comes to finding fine foods in unorthodox places on Eat Me Speak Me, a.k.a. “Michelin Tire Dining.” For chef Jarrett Stieber’s local food and leisurely dining, visit Gato or join the mailing list for che...

All About Single Thread, A New Fine Dining Spot From A Euro- and Japan-Trained Chef Headed To Healdsburg

United States / San Francisco : SFist

The project has been in the works for 18 months, and is set to debut in August, marking a return to fine dining for Healdsburg which lost Michelin two-starred Cyrus several years back. [ more › ]

Eater Interviews: Dominique Crenn on France, Fine Dining, and Becoming a Chef

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Eater National

[Photo: Drew Altizer] Even on speaker phone, Dominique Crenn's positivity is infectious and comes off as completely sincere. The San Francisco chef, who earned Michelin stars at Luce and was named Esquire's 2008 Chef of the Year, ha...

Michelin Makeover at Del Posto?

United States / New York : Grub Street

A day after losing a Michelin star, Del Posto put out a call for sous chefs and pastry cooks. Coincidence? Read more posts by Daniel Maurer Filed Under: chef shuffle, del posto, michelin, now hiring ...


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