There are Michelin Restaurant Guides for the US, but only select cities.
Looks like Washington, DC, New York City, Chicago, and San Francisco are
the current books.
On Wed, Mar 21, 2018 at 12:38 PM, Dr Rainer E. Lotz <[log in to unmask]>
> Thanks everybody for various messages - much appreciated!
> I arrive by plane in Washington DC on the 1st of May and have thus some 6
> days to spare prior to the conference. Following my nose with the aid of a
> rental car and GPS ....
> It seems to me that, in the US, there are no reliable and independent
> hotel and restaurant guides. We are blessed in Europe with several
> reputable guides, including Michelin.
> My problem is to find THE best fine dining places. And since we talk about
> the east coast seafood would have been an obvious choice? But any other
> suggestions are most welcome.
> And other places to see and visit, such as museums and private
> collections, antique fairs, spectacular views,...
> I have never been in that region before and am determined to enjoy myself
> Am 20.03.2018 um 01:57 schrieb Gene Baron:
>> This reminds me that I was going to put together a list of some
>> well-regarded seafood restaurants in Baltimore (for Herr Dr.Lotz and
>> everyone else). I have stayed with restaurants in or near downtown,
>> East or Fells Point. I don't eat much seafood myself, so I am going on
>> reputation rather than personal experience:
>> - Phillips - 601 East Pratt St, Inner Harbor
>> - Oceanaire - 801 Aliceanna St, Harbor East
>> - Rusty Scupper - 402 Key Highway, Inner Harbor
>> - Bertha's (famous for mussels - they even have a song about
>> 734 S. Broadway, Fells Point. Also has live jazz some nights.
>> - Ouzo Bay - 1000 Lancaster St,
>> <https://maps.google.com/?q=ncaster+St,+&entry=gmail&source=g>Harbor East
>> - Bubba Gump Shrimp Co - 301 Light St, Harborplace
>> - Thames St Oyster House - 1728 Thames St, Fells Point
>> Hope this is helpful. Thanks.
>> On Mon, Mar 19, 2018 at 8:51 PM, Steve Ramm <
>> [log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> I've never made it from Philly to Baltimore by car in less than 2 hours
>>> (without stopping). Getting through CT and New York is traffic heavy.
>>> Philly to Boston with no traffic and 2 25 minute "rest stops", is about
>>> 6 -
>>> 6 1/2 hours. So total drive is realistically 8-9 hours. And you aren't
>>> seeing anything. The big food in Boaton is SEAFOOD and BALTIMORE is on
>>> HARBOR so plenty of Seafood there! Just saying...
>>> It's 407 miles and Google Directions say that from the Hyatt in Boston to
>>> the Raddison in Baktimore is 6 hours 48 minutes (if you leave NOW 8:50 PM
>>> and hit no traffic).
>>> In a message dated 3/19/2018 12:45:12 PM Eastern Standard Time,
>>> [log in to unmask] writes:
>>> By all means go to Philadelphia, which is a fine town. However, Boston to
>>> Baltimore should not be a ten hour drive unless something goes very
>>> Boston to New York should only be about 4 hours, and New York to
>>> should be about 3 hours. YMMV, but I've driven both of these routes
>>> of times.
>>> If you do decide on Boston, let me know and I'll get you some seafood
>>> Matt Barto
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