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Although I haven't scrutinized the ratings (not that it would matter since I go out so little), they appear to confirm both the accuracy and irrelevance of Michelin. A real 3 star in this town would go broke in a month. Which doesn't mean that the food isn't better than ever other american city's.

I love how the natives are always surprised when confronted with their own provincialism.


Also, the original point of the original Michelin was to ecourage the French to waste gas (and tires).

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