In the latest edition of the highly anticipated MICHELIN Guide New York City 2013, a record 66 restaurants have been awarded Michelin stars. All seven restaurants who achieved Michelin's three star distinction in 2012 maintained top honors. Three Michelin stars is considered the utmost international recognition in the culinary world.
One restaurant joined the ranks of the two-starred establishments, atera in Tribeca, for a total of seven in this category.
Fifty-two restaurants earned one Michelin star, including nine newcomers.
The release of the MICHELIN Guide New York City 2013 comes one week after Michelin announced the 126 restaurants who earned the distinction of Bib Gourmand. These restaurants offer two courses plus a glass of wine or dessert for $40 or less (excluding tax and gratuity) and are known as the Michelin inspector's favorites for good value.
The eighth edition of the MICHELIN Guide New York City 2013 went on sale Wednesday, October 3, at $18.99
3 Star Michelin Restaurants in New York
Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare – Cesar Ramirez
Daniel – Daniel Boulud
Eleven Madison Park – Daniel Humm
Jean Georges – Jean-Georges Vongerichten
Le Bernardin – Eric Ripert
Masa – Masa Takayama
Per Se – Thomas Keller
2 Star Michelin Restaurants in New York
Gordon Ramsay at The London
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