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3 hours ago, Sneakeater said:

 

Indeed, if The Inn at Little Washington is still excellent (and again, I have no way of knowing), that's newsworthy in itself.  Since the current model -- very different from the way it used to be -- is that top restaurants almost never maintain their quality over the long haul.  Part of that is because now chefs are looking to establish empires (or chains), so always have their attention focused on the next new venture rather than on an old one.  But another part is that the way the food media developed, only new restaurants get any attention, so there's less incentive to maintain quality at old ones and a greater incentive to keep your eye on the next one.

 

I mean, the guy bought a very old town that he has transformed into his own world. . He gets invited to have lunch with the Queen of England..  He, i am sure entertains dignitaries from around the world. He has more success than I can almost think of any other chef.  He built it and they came. 

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10 hours ago, Daniel said:

I mean, the guy bought a very old town that he has transformed into his own world. . He gets invited to have lunch with the Queen of England..  He, i am sure entertains dignitaries from around the world. He has more success than I can almost think of any other chef.  He built it and they came. 

Never heard of him.

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