68 NYC Restaurants Receive Michelin Stars

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Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, no restaurants received Michelin Stars in 2020. As the world gradually recovers from this crisis, however, the French tire company is once again bestowing its coveted awards—and it recently did so for New York City.

This year, 68 restaurants were awarded Michelin Stars. Seven of those 68 are first-timers—including popular Italian establishments Don Angie and Rezdôra.

See the complete list of Michelin-starred restaurants in New York City for 2021 below (via Grub Street):

Three-Star NYC Restaurants

  • Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare
  • Eleven Madison Park
  • Le Bernardin
  • Masa
  • Per Se

Two-Star NYC Restaurants

  • Aquavit
  • Aska
  • Atera
  • Atomix
  • Blanca
  • Blue Hill at Stone Barns
  • Daniel
  • Gabriel Kreuther
  • Ichimura at Uchū
  • Jean-Georges
  • Jungsik
  • Ko
  • L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon
  • The Modern

One-Star NYC Restaurants

  • Ai Fiori
  • Bâtard
  • Benno
  • Blue Hill
  • Carbone
  • Casa Enrique
  • Casa Mono
  • Caviar Russe
  • Claro
  • The Clocktower
  • Contra
  • Cote
  • Crown Shy
  • Don Angie
  • Estela
  • The Four Horsemen
  • Francie
  • Gramercy Tavern
  • Hirohisa
  • Jeju Noodle Bar
  • Jua
  • Kajitsu
  • Kanoyama
  • Kochi
  • Kosaka
  • L’Appart
  • Le Coucou
  • Le Jardinier
  • Marea
  • Meadowsweet
  • The Musket Room
  • Noda
  • Odo
  • Oxalis
  • Oxomoco
  • Peter Luger
  • Rezdôra
  • The River Café
  • Sushi Amane
  • Sushi Ginza Onodera
  • Sushi Nakazawa
  • Sushi Noz
  • Sushi Yasuda
  • Tempura Matsui
  • Tsukimi
  • Tuome
  • Vestry
  • Wallsé
  • ZZ’s Clam Bar

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New York City has been enduring various restrictions since the pandemic began, but Mayor Bill DeBlasio recently unveiled bold plans to remove all of those restrictions in the near future.

According to the New York Post, De Blasio has requested the complete removal of COVID-19 restrictions in the city by July 1, meaning bars, stores, salons, gyms, arenas, music venues, movie theaters, and of course restaurants, will again be allowed to operate at full capacity—although masks will still be required indoors.

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