Spin the wheel with the restaurant-themed random student selector tool 🌀 - Bon appétit!
🍽 Fun fact: The Michelin Guide (now famous for awarding Michelin stars to high-quality restaurants around the world) actually started as a free guidebook distributed by the Michelin tyre company in 1900. Its initial purpose was to encourage more people to drive cars, and thus buy tyres, by providing useful information for motorists, such as maps, how to change a tyre, and where to find meals and accommodations while traveling.
It wasn't until 1926 that the guide began to award stars for fine dining establishments, initially only a single star. The current system of awarding up to three stars was introduced in 1931. The transformation of the Michelin Guide from a simple travel guide to a premier authority on fine dining is a testament to how businesses can evolve and influence culture in unexpected ways.
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