NYC 2018 Michelin-Starred Restaurants: Book a Table for Your Next Best Meal

NYC 2018 Michelin-Starred Restaurants

OpenTable is pleased to showcase the honorees in the MICHELIN Guide New York 2018. Seventy-two restaurants are included, with five New York City restaurants receiving the Michelin three-star level, the highest recognition in the culinary world, including  Per Se, and 11 achieving two Michelin stars. Fifty-six restaurants earned one Michelin star, such as Bâtard (a selection of whose dishes are pictured above). The Clocktower and Cote, among others, are new to the list.

Being included in the respected MICHELIN Guide is a sign of excellence and quality. In the U.S., we recently highlighted the honorees in Chicago and San Francisco.

The NYC 2018 Michelin-starred restaurants on OpenTable include:

Three Stars: Per Se.

Two Stars: Aquavit, Atera, BlancaDaniel, Jean-GeorgesJungsikMareaThe ModernMomofuku Ko, and Sushi Ginza Onodera.

One Star: Agern, Ai Fiori, AldeaAureoleBabbo Ristorante, Bâtard, Cafe BouludCasa Enrique, Casa MonoCaviar Russe, The Clocktower, Cote ,Del Posto, Delaware and HudsonDovetail, The FinchGabriel KreutherGotham Bar and GrillGramercy TavernGunter Seeger NYJewel BakoJunoon, KajitsuL’Appart at Le DistrictLa Sirena at The Maritime HotelLa VaraMeadowsweetMinetta TavernThe Musket RoomNixThe NoMadRebelleThe River Cafe, Rouge TomateSushi InoueTempura MatsuiUshiwakamaruWallsé, and Yakitori Tori Shin.

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Photo credit: Simon Lewis.