Many of us dream about taking a road trip across the US, sampling the different cuisines in every state along the route, but how about giving that trip a real fine dining edge by popping into a few Michelin star restaurants on the way? Or how about all of them?
This interactive map from Orbitz plots the shortest possible route between all the Michelin-starred restaurants in the US, in the four cities currently covered by the Guide: Chicago, New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C.
It’s a route covering 3426 miles, and were you to have dinner in a different restaurant every night, it would take you five months in total to visit all 160 Michelin-starred restaurants.
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