It's time to peel back the curtain a bit to give you some insight into what's going through the minds of our famously anonymous inspectors. The easiest way to do that? Following one of their Twitter accounts (Chicago, New York or California) or staying up to date with their latest Instagram posts. And yes, these are real inspectors sharing their personal thoughts.
We started the month by welcoming some newly-starred restaurants to the selection in Washington, D.C., including Little Pearl.
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I love the slices of Serrano ham draped on top.
Looks like I need to make a trip to Southern Table.
Did you know we expanded the New York City guide to include Westchester County? Café Alaia is one of our newest Bib Gourmand-designated restaurants as a result.
It sounds like you should head to Nonna Beppa if you're ever in the area.
From the house-made #ravioli & #tortellini to classic #desserts, #NonnaBeppa is a great addition to #HudsonSquare—plus a solid new #BibGourmand in the #MichelinGuideNY #MichelinGuide2020. #GiancarloCacciatori— Michelin Guide (@MichelinGuideNY) October 16, 2019
I can't say no to xiao long bao.
Head to Royal Feast to dine like the queen or king you are.
This plate from Le Jardiniere is a work of art.
Where do you think they were?
When was the last time you fell in love with a restaurant space? After arriving at my lunch recently, I never wanted to leave. Any guesses where? #inspectordiaries— Michelin Guide (@MichelinGuideNY) October 10, 2019
If this picture doesn't make you want to dive into this mole from Casa Enrique, are your eyes even open?