i'm in need of the sweetest of Sugary Daddies. but only for six months. see, a friend of mine sent me this article about an opportunity to dine at all 109 Michelin 3 star restaurants in 6 months through a travel company, Holidaysplease. all travel includes business class and top rated hotels within twelve countries. but let's not forget about the main show: the food! even if i were staying in crap hotels and flying economy, it'd still be worth it to be able to visit all 109 restaurants having reservations set and travel plans all laid out for me. over the course of six months, every other day you indulge in the most delicately imagined and precisely executed dishes along with ace service. sounds like an opportunity of a lifetime, right? guess how much this costs! guess, i say! it comes out to be approximately $275,000 for a couple. whew, that's a lot of money. but damn, if i could just find a cavity inducing Sugar Daddy for six months, then maybe just maaaaybe i could make this happen. well to be fair i suppose we should know each other at least a little bit before embarking on the most grande foodventure to ever exist. so let's say eight months. that's enough time to know somebody and have them fall madly enough in love with you that they'd spend a quarter of a million dollars on you, right? from this moment forth i will be taking applications for a Sugar Daddy for a lease of eight months. but after our fine dining experience, all bets are off and i will be returning to my actual boyfriend, mmkay? a little bit of an indecent proposal i suppose, but this is going to be the only way i can have my cake and eat it too.
but in all seriousness, i can't actually imagine anybody doing this. so far i've only been to two Michelin 3 star restaurants (French Laundry and The Restaurant at Meadowood) and each was the epitome of an excellent experience food-wise as well as service-wise. even so, i cannot imagine dining on fancy pants food every other day for 3-4 hours each day. that just seems ridiculous and i'm positive that the novelty wears off. also, if you eat at every 3 star restaurant in the world in the span of six months, what else would you possibly look forward to for the rest of your life having completed the ultimate list so quickly? hmmm, i suppose there's the birth of a child or two and maybe marriage and whatnot. so i think i'll just take my time enjoying food experiences at a moderate pace instead.
for more info for you rich bastards that can afford this, here's the link Holidaysplease 3 Michelin Star Holiday. or you can look here as well.