OpenTable is pleased to highlight the honorees in the MICHELIN Guide New York City 2014. Sixty-seven restaurants are included, with seven New York restaurants receiving the Michelin three-star level, the highest recognition in the culinary world, with five achieving two Michelin stars. Fifty-five restaurants earned one Michelin star, with nine new additions, including Carbone, Lincoln Ristorante, and The Musket Room.
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 2014, the city’s seventh edition, will be introduced Oct. 23, and the MICHELIN Guide Chicago 2014 will be published on Nov. 13.
Congratulations to all the recipients, including:
One Star: 15 East, Ai Fiori, Aldea, Annisa, Aquavit, Aureole, A Voce Columbus, A Voce Madison, Babbo Ristorante, Blue Hill, Bouley, Brushstroke, Cafe Boulud, Carbone, Casa Mono, Caviar Russe, Danny Brown Wine Bar & Kitchen, Del Posto, Dovetail, Gotham Bar and Grill, Gramercy Tavern, Hakkasan, Jewel Bako, Junoon, Kajitsu, Lincoln Ristorante, Minetta Tavern, The Modern, The Musket Room, The NoMad, Oceana, Public, Rosanjin, Rouge Tomate, Seasonal Restaurant and Weinbar, Sushi of Gari, Tamarind-Tribeca, Telepan, Torrisi Italian Specialities, Tulsi, Wallsé, wd~50, and Yakitori Tori Shin.
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