By Terry Trucco
In years past, Michelin and Zagat published their new crimson-covered guides, often just days apart, in early autumn. No more. This week Michelin deemed 71 restaurants worthy of star quality for 2015. But Zagat is holding back its crowd-sourced results until November, perhaps to shore up all the attention.
How did hotels fare this year with Michelin’s under-the-radar inspectors who visit anonymously and always pay for their meals? Not so good. In fact, if you’ve got a copy of the 2014 guide there’s nothing new to report. (more…)