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We’ve completed our latest fine dining search for the world’s top restaurants, and we have a new top list, now headed by the Inn at Little Washington. Spectacular food. Incredible ambiance. Perfect service. Yes, you read that right. Perfect. Friendly, with timely jokes and a great sense of humor, the wait staff is meticulous in every detail. In fact, the entire hotel displays a service-forward attitude that can not be improved on. The wine list (and sommelier Lindsay) are wonderful, and the three tasting menus offer a wide variety of options that you are welcome to tailor to your desire. As if that wasn’t enough, after dinner we were offered complimentary 40-year-old port, and a meet and greet in the kitchen with chef Patrick O’Connell, who is uber friendly and personable. They operate around the clock with 38 chefs. What a wonderful experience.

Here are the fine dining restaurants we have visited so far in 2016. Each has received five stars based on my own rating system.

Inn at Little Washington – Washington, VA

Marcel’s – Washington, DC

Plume – Washington, DC

Corduroy – Washington, DC

Kinship – Washington, DC

The Lafayette – Washington, DC

noma – Copenhagen, Denmark

Argent – Oslo, Norway

Ekebergrestauranten – Oslo, Norway

Arroyo Chop House – Pasadena, CA

Playground 2.0 – Santa Ana, CA

Michael’s on Naples Ristorante – Long Beach, CA

Mar’sel – Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

August 3rd, 2016

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