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Michelin Guide Demotes Paul Bocuse’s Restaurant to Two Measly Stars
The restaurant had received three stars, the guide’s highest rating, for more than five decades straight.
Enraged Restaurant Landlord Resorts to Grease Flooding, Denies
An oily affair indeed.
Mamma Mia! Italian Michelin-Starred Chef Slinging Burgers for McDonald’s!
Gualtiero Marchesi knows where the kids eat these days.
Joël Robuchon on How Michelin Has Changed, and the Wonders of the
“You hear that in America all the food is processed, in plastic. But I found herbs I didn’t know!”
The Other Critics
John Mariani Lets the Air Out of the Michelin Guide
The dude’s just not a fan.
Michelin Stars Revealed: EMP and Brooklyn Fare Soar Into the Three-Spot
Heartbreak gets a star, others get heartbreak.
Designated Driving Services Delivers Two Sober Drivers For Every Drunk; Obesity
Plus: storing beer in a toilet tank conserves water and keeps brewskis cold; and the machine gun-wielding crook that stuck up a froyo shop in the burbs was actually a kid with a BB gun, all in our morning news roundup.
Quote of the Day
Virbila’s Star System Doesn’t Cut It With Puck
He swipes at Mozza in the process.
Oh No He Didn’t: Alain Ducasse Says London Is Most Important Restaurant
The French chef says it has overtaken New York.
Everybody Hates Delicatessen; Cooking-Themed Video Games Are on the Rise
Plus: a push for landmarking the Rainbow Room, and the pizza choices of ‘Gossip Girl’ characters, all in our morning news roundup.
Le Bernardin’s Business Booms in Recession; Mystery Michelin Man Found
Most airlines still have free soda, Olympics-inspired cocktails, and more, in our morning news roundup.