The pandemic might have shuttered more than 110,000 restaurants across the country, but Michelin is looking on the bright side.
On April 22, the French-based restaurant rating company announced its star ratings for Washington, D.C.-area dining spots. It’s the first U.S. city to receive them since October 2019.
The top of the list looks similar to years past: The Inn at Little Washington, in Washington, Va., which uses dressed-up mannequins to fill seats with their current dining capacity of 50%, retained its three-star status.
Two two-star places also held their rank: Minibar, the modern counter spot from José