A Starry Night in California as Michelin Guide Reveals Awards

California’s ”unique and distinctive style and flavor” was noted as the crème de la crème was named at a swanky L.A. event
Heather Platt • Los Angeles Magazine • December 6, 2022
At a festive ceremony at The Peterson Automotive Museum in Los Angeles on Monday night, the prestigious Michelin Guide revealed its coveted star awards for California. While the state has landed 18 new stars, seven local establishments were...
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