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Baiersbronn -- 7 Michelin stars!

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Nice NY Times article on this tiny town with an unexpected concentration of food glory.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/07/magazine/one-tiny-german-town-seven-big-michelin-stars.html?hp

"But Baiersbronn is now on its way to becoming recognized as the world’s most unexpected restaurant capital. The Bareiss’s rival, the Schwarzwaldstube, at the Hotel Traube Tonbach, also has three Michelin stars, giving this isolated municipality the same number of three-star restaurants as London and twice as many as Chicago. The town is also home to a one-star Michelin restaurant at the Hotel Sackmann. Only a 30-minute drive away in Bad Peterstal-Griesbach is a two-star restaurant at the Hotel Dollenberg. To put all this in perspective, consider that Poland has a single restaurant with one Michelin star and none with two or three."

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