Michelin Stars Announced for Italy
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The newest restaurant to be awarded three stars is Chef Enrico Crippa’s Piazza Duomo in Alba, which brought the total three-star restaurant count for Italy up to seven. Three new two-star restaurants, Antica Osteria Cera in Campagna Lupia/Lughetto, Agli Amici in Udine/Godia, and La Trota in Rivodutri, were also added, giving Italy a total of 39 two-Michelin star restaurants.
The Michelin Guide to Italy 2013 edition, which is available Jan. 16 also includes 261 restaurants that were awarded one star.
Nikki Maniscalco is Junior Writer at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @NikkiMarie2116
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