OpenTable is pleased to offer our sincere congratulations to the 2012 San Francisco Michelin star recipients! This year, 47 restaurants received well-deserved stars.
A single star from Michelin is impressive and indicates that a restaurant is very good, while three stars means that a restaurant is a destination in and of itself, worthy of a special culinary expedition.
New single-star honorees include Atelier Crenn, La Costanera, Michael Mina, and Sons & Daughters. They join restaurants retaining their one-star rating, such as Acquerello, Alexander’s Steakhouse, Ame, Applewood Inn, Auberge du Soleil, Aziza, Bouchon, Boulevard, Campton Place, Chez TJ, Commis, Dio Deka, étoile, Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant, Fleur de Lys, Frances, La Folie, La Toque, Luce, Madera, Madrona Manor, Masa’s, One Market, Quince, Redd, Santé, Solbar, Spruce, Ubuntu, and The Village Pub.
How many Michelin-starred restaurants have you dined at in the Bay Area? Tell us in the comments!