Michelin Guides, the venerable (or iniquitous depending on your point of view) institution behind the most elite restaurant guide in the world are doing a version for New York City. The guide and its inspectors will be covering about 500 restaurants and will also be bestowing the coveted one, two, or three star ratings to a select few. As if the bookies in town didn't have enough things to wager on. If there's any sense of humor to the world, I hope there's at least a little action to be had over which kitchens come out on top. Care to place a bet?
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