*Please Note: I want to assure readers that I did not visit New York City during the current COVID19 pandemic, but months before any mention of it. Everyone please be safe and follow rules & guidelines provided by your local officials. There's an area in New York City that I like to call the Michelin Golden Triangle. Within this golden triangle is the highest concentration of Michelin stars in North America, and after painstaking research I'm confident to proclaim, in the world. Four restaurants, nine Michelin stars, all within 0.1 mile distance of each other, by the South West corner of Central Park at Columbus Circle. Its distinguished honoraries include, Marea 1 star, Jean-Georges 2 stars, Masa 3 stars, and today's feature presentation, Per Se by Chef Thomas Keller , 3 stars. A weekend dinner reservation at Per Se is one of New York City's rarest tickets, so I was quite elated when the confirmation e-mail came through. Relishing the evening, it'