Spoiler: It ain’t cheap.
We all know that the best part of every road trip is the food.
From the snacks we pack, to the restaurant rest stops, to the late night gas station finds, the food is what makes every excursion so worth it.
And we can also agree that the best gas station snack is cool ranch Doritos. FIGHT ME.
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Well, to fulfill all your foodie fantasies, Orbitz mapped out a driving route that’ll take you to every Michelin-starred restaurant in the U.S 😍
According to University of Pennsylvania data scientist Randal Olson — who used an algorithm to create a route that would minimize time spent driving and maximize time spent stuffing your face — the entire road trip would take you five months. And that's if you eat at one Michelin-starred restaurant every night. Don't mind if I do.
The food tour kicks off in California and guides you through Chicago, Washington, D.C., and New York.
The kicker? Since Michelin inspectors only review restaurants in handful of U.S. locales — right now: California's Bay Area, Chicago, DC, and NYC — you'll have to endure a stretch of more than 2,000 miles without a single starred bite. (But you got this!)
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