Could the Michelin Guide finally return to Las Vegas after a hiatus since 2009?
Eater National interviews Michael Ellis, the new international director of the Michelin Guides. He talks about the criticisms that have been leveled at the guide, adapting to a changing dining culture, the need for anonymity and more.
But more important, he discusses possible further expansion in the United States. "I really want to expand into more cities in the U.S... I'm considering places like DC, Miami, Atlanta. We used to have Los Angeles and Las Vegas," Ellis says.
As for the possibility of returning to Vegas, Ellis says, "Absolutely. Those are certainly on the drawing board. Seattle and Houston and Dallas are others, but we're thinking about it..."
· Michelin's International Director Michael Ellis on Criticism, the 2013 Guide and Future Cities [~EN~]
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