If rich Americans got richer during the pandemic, consider the Chicago restaurant scene an indicator, at least according to Michelin.
The international restaurant guide announced its stars for the Windy City on April 29. In the midst of unprecedented dining room closures around the country, Michelin added two two-star restaurants to its list. A two-star restaurant is defined by the guide as “excellent cooking that is worth a detour.” The price tag is routinely hundreds of dollars per person.
One of the new two-star entries is Ever from noted chef Curtis Duffy and Michael Muser, where the eight-to-10-course tasting menu