This Week's Best Internet Stories

An infamous pizza order turns 10, shocking news from Thomas Keller and more

We get it, you're busy. We're swamped, too—busy combing the Internet to keep you in the loop amid this fast-moving world, that is. Head into the weekend with these articles, food-related deep dives and Tasting Table reads stored away as dinner party conversation fodder.

All About Food

• The second annual Michelin Guide for Washington, D.C. was released, and the nation's capital still has no three-star restaurants.

• Sad news for Beverly Hills power lunchers: Thomas Keller is closing Bouchon after eight years of business.

• And based off the economics behind Le Cirque in NYC, the rent is too damn high even for one of the world's most heralded restaurants.

• The Internet's most famous pizza order, "None Pizza with Left Beef" turns 10 years old.

• Welcome to Popeyegate.

Around the Web

• Not all heroes wear capes, but they do have double chins. Meet the Instagram user fighting unrealistic body expectations, one "chinfie" at a time.

• If you live in one of these nine states, you soon might need a passport to fly domestically.

• Like tiny homes? Amazon will deliver one right to your door. (Though regrettably, it doesn't qualify for two-day shipping.)

This Week on TT

• Since arriving in Puerto Rico, José Andrés has served his one-millionth meal.

•  Whisky-filled ornaments might not be the most practical Christmas decorations, but they're undoubtedly the most fun.