Who were this year's winners and losers?
He says they "love" Matt Accarrino's food.
Also, he liked his lunch at L'Appart Resto.
"Am I out of line here? Servers that [sic] gawk @ other attractive patrons while taking my order agitate me. I may be ugly, but I USUALLY tip well." Our anonymous, cheeky local Michelin inspector, tweeting about his experience...
More predictions for which restaurants should get three stars.
The prestigious restaurant guide is coming to the Windy City.
The man who will soon be helping choose the Bay Area's finest few shining stars continues to make his rounds.
"Great meal at Quattro -- but annoyed they tried to pass off penne lisce as pizzoccheri."
The Michelin guide makes up for our own critic's misery.
And other gripes about this year's list.
Will he apologize for docking Vongo a star?
• Harry Denton is down to one nightclub, but he says he won't retire and will stay sober, despite a relapse two years ago. [SF Chronicle] • In wine country, you can still get a taste of old-fashioned apple brandy....
Plus: Michelin unmasks its reviewers; support for soda taxation
Michelin signs up for a twitter account for the San Francisco guide, due out Oct. 20.
Plus: Recipe sites thrive, and Dunkin' Donuts slashes prices, all in our morning news roundup.
Fifty-eight restaurants are given a shout-out in this year’s ‘Big Gourmand’ category.