The 111-year-old guide is a loss leader for the tire company, but they're not likely to change the way they do business.
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Both NBC and the Michelin director will be at Alinea on Thursday.
Get your tickets now to a free Michelin event on Monday.
Also, W. Blake Gray says "Bully for Michelin" for admitting that Chez Panisse ain't all that.
The director of the Michelin Guide also explains what's behind Meadowood's three-star promotion.
The Scarpetta chef also explains his concerns about expansion in the wake of Tom Colicchio's Craft announcement and why we don't have his baby goat dish.
He'll retire his mantra, "We’re only looking at what’s on the plate."
"The people in Los Angeles are not real foodies."
Plus, his thoughts on other also-rans, and his favorite meal in New York.
Michelin director Jean-Luc Naret notes Chicago chefs' affinity for a certain substance.
The new Michelin Guide is larger overall, but the top tiers have shrunk, with Aqua and Restaurant Michael Mina both leaving the two-star list.
Will he apologize for docking Vongo a star?