Here’s how you can book a Michelin-starred road trip with Turo next month

Starting November 1, the Michelin Guide, in conjunction with car-sharing service Turo, will offer travelers exclusive dining experiences, hotel stays and more.

When you mix a 133-year-old French tire manufacturer with a modern car-sharing service, the results are quite extraordinary.

To that end, the Michelin Guide, in conjunction with Turo, has announced the launch of a new Drive to Table experience on November 1 that will include exclusive behind-the-scenes access to dining experiences ranging from private cocktail classes and sneak peeks. from cooking to a coveted dinner reservation at a Michelin-starred restaurant and an overnight stay in a luxury boutique hotel.

Participating restaurants, all of which have a strong focus on sustainability, include Al Coro in New York, Clover Hill in Brooklyn, Barndiva in Healdsburg, CA and Bell’s in Los Alamos, CA.

“This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience focused on sustainability,” Cara Cornelius, director of dining and travel experiences for Michelin America, said in a statement released today. “It’s the perfect blend of Turo and MICHELIN Guide offerings rolled into one unforgettable weekend.”

In order to book this exclusive offer, travelers must select a car from Turo’s Drive to Table experience on their website. Each electric vehicle has been assigned to one of four participating restaurants and will be available for reservation for $150 per day starting next Tuesday, November 1 through December 18.

“We are thrilled to partner with Michelin to continue to provide Turo customers with an experience they won’t find anywhere else, celebrating the nation’s top chefs and most innovative electric vehicles,” said Andre Haddad, CEO. from Turo. “This partnership is natural because Turo and Michelin open the door to extraordinary experiences.”