New York City 2013 Michelin Starred Restaurants Revealed: Reserve Now!

Have you dined at any — or all — of this year’s Michelin Guide honorees?

OpenTable is pleased to highlight the honorees in the MICHELIN Guide New York City 2013. Sixty-six restaurants are included, with seven New York restaurants receiving the Michelin three-star level, the highest recognition in the culinary world, with another seven achieving two Michelin stars, including new addition Atera. Fifty-two restaurants earned one Michelin star, with nine new additions.

Being included in the respected MICHELIN Guide is a sign of excellence and quality. In the U.S., New York is one of only three cities where Michelin publishes an annual guide. The others are San Francisco and Chicago. The MICHELIN Guide San Francisco 2013, the city’s sixth edition, will be introduced Oct. 24, and the MICHELIN Guide Chicago 2013 will be announced on Nov. 13.

Three Stars: DanielEleven Madison ParkJean GeorgesLe Bernardin, and Per Se.

Two Stars: AteraCortonGiltGordon Ramsay at the LondonMarea, and Soto.

One Star: 15 EastAdourAi FioriAldeaAnnisaAquavitAureoleA Voce ColumbusA Voce Madison, Blue HillBouley, BrushstrokeCafe Boulud, Casa Mono, Danny Brown Wine Bar & KitchenDel PostoDovetailDresslerGotham Bar and GrillGramercy TavernHakkasan, JungsikJunoon, KajitsuMinetta TavernThe Modern, The NoMadOceana, PicholinePublicThe River CafeRosanjinRouge TomateSaulSeasonal, Sushi of GariTamarind TribecaTori ShinTorrisi Italian SpecialitiesTulsiWallsé, and wd~50.

How many of this year’s Michelin-starred New York City restaurants have you dined at? Weigh in here or over on Facebook.

Win an Unforgettable Night Out: Dinner for 10 — Plus $1,000 Hotel Credit!

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Enter now through October 23rd to treat the foodies in your life to a night to remember. And, if you’re already subscribed, don’t worry! You can still enter and you will not receive a second subscription. Read more and enter today!

Which of your foodie friends and family would you invite to join you for this fun-filled supper and sleepover party? Let us know in the comments section below!

Tweet of the Week: Sharing Makes Surprising Your Sweetie a Bit Challenging

If you’ve ever made a reservation on OpenTable (and I seriously hope that you have!), you know that after you book your table, you receive both a confirmation and a reminder email. If you make that reservation to surprise your significant other and use her OpenTable account, she’ll get those emails. The surprise may have been spoiled, but we’re pretty sure your date night won’t be — and your BF or GF, like @ThriftyTable, will still appreciate your efforts! Hope you and the BF had a great night, Ms. Thrifty!


On Our Plate: Top Chef Kitchen; Gluten-Free Dining in NY; Top Fit for Foodies Restaurants; Taste of Atlanta Tickets; Main Line Restaurant Week; Burgers + More

Don’t miss this exciting event this weekend in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains.

Happenings on and around OpenTable…

* Top Chef Kitchen by Bravo opens in New York in October. Reservations are fully booked, but stay tuned for reservations giveaways and more.

* We’re celebrating the winners of OpenTable’s Diners’ Choice Awards for Top 100 Fit for Foodies restaurantFind out if your fave made the list.

* Trending on recent OpenTable restaurant reviews? Burgers!

* In search of gluten-free dining in New York? Check out our restaurant round-up to help you dine safely and deliciously.

* Are you leaving larger tips when dining out? Weigh in on this week’s poll!

* Congratulations to the winners of the 2012 Cleveland Magazine’s Silver Spoon AwardsCelebrate by dining at a winning restaurant today!

* Dine out to help end childhood hunger. Book a reservation at a participating restaurant today!

* Attend Fork and the Cork wine and food tasting festival in the PoconosTickets are just $55 for this amazing event on September 29th.

* Save on Taste of Atlanta tickets! With the promo code TASTE, you can save $5 on tickets to Atlanta’s premier food festival on October 5-7.

* San Diego Restaurant Week is extended through September 28thTwo more days of $20, $30 or $40 dinners and $10, $15, or $20 lunches!

* It’s Vinings Restaurant Week in Atlanta. Enjoy gourmet $15, $25 and $30 prix-fixe meals through September 29th.

* Delaware Dines Out has arrived. Dine on $15 lunches and $30 dinners through September 30.

* Flavor, the Palm Beaches Restaurant Month, ends Sunday. Check out $20 lunches and $30 + $35 dinners.

* It’s Main Line Restaurant Week in Philadelphia. Don’t miss $15-$20 lunches and $20-$50 dinners through the 30th!

* Miami Spice comes to a close this weekend. $19 or $22 lunches and $33 or $39 dinners through Sunday.

* French Restaurant Week is on in New York CitySpecial menus from $20-$30 at some of the city’s finest French eateries through 9/30.

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