A LOOK AT ALL OF THE NEWLY AWARDED MICHELIN STAR RESTAURANTS IN NYC

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New York City is home to millions of people and over 24,000 restaurants are tasked with feeding its residents and visitors. There are no shortage of options and you’re only limited by your budget or taste preference. Eater has now made it possible for New Yorkers to filter their desired dining preference by using the ultra-prestigious Michelin Star criterion. The list includes mainstays such as Jean-Georges in Manhattan to newcomers such as Faro in Brooklyn. A total of 71 restaurants have been bestowed this honor including chef Fredrik Berselius’ (pictured above) Scandinavian restaurant in Williamsburg, Aska.

Have a look at the newly warded Michelin-starred restaurants in New York City for 2017:

Three star:
Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare
Eleven Madison Park
Jean-Georges
Per Se
Masa
Le Bernardin

Two star:
Aquavit
Aska (new)
atera
Blanca
Daniel
Jungsik
Ko
Marea
The Modern
Soto

One star:
Agern (new)
Ai Fiori
Aldea
Andanada
Aureole
Babbo
Batard
Betony
Blue Hill
The Breslin
Cafe Boulud
Cafe China
Cagen
Carbone
Casa Enrique
Casa Mono
Caviar Russe
Contra (new)
Delaware & Hudson
Del Posto
Dovetail
Faro (new)
The Finch
Gabriel Kreuther
Gotham Bar & Grill
Gramercy Tavern
Gunter Seeger (new)
Hirohisa
Jewel Bako
Junoon
Kajitsu
Kanoyama
Kyo Ya
L’Appart (new)
La Sirena (new)
La Vara
Luksus at Torst
Meadowsweet
Minetta Tavern
The Musket Room
Nix (new)
The NoMad
Peter Luger
Piora
Public
Rebelle
The River Cafe
Semilla
Sushi Ginza Onodera (new)
Sushi Inoue (new)
Sushi of Gari
Sushi Yasuda
Sushi Zo (new)
Take Root
Tempura Matsui
Tori Shin
Tulsi
Uncle Boons
Ushiwakamaru
Wallse
ZZ’s Clam Bar