New York Michelin Stars for 2014 Announced

This year, 67 New York restaurants received Michelin stars

MIchelin Guide releases its New York City stars.

Michelin Guide released its New York City stars, announcing 67 restaurants awarded a Michelin star this year.

The newbies: Aska, Babbo, Carbone, Caviar Russe, Ichimura at Brushstroke, Le Restaurant, Lincoln, the Musket Room, and Telepan, all earned one star.

The oldies: Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare, Daniel, Eleven Madison Park, Jean Georges, Le Bernardin, Masa, and Per Se all kept their three stars.

Meanwhile, Jungsik, Tribeca's Korean restaurant, was awarded a two-star designation, adding to atera, Marea, Momofuku Ko, and Soto as the five two-star restaurants. Both A Voce Columbus and Madison kept their one-star designation, despite Missy Robbins' departure. But honestly, as we've noted, the list doesn't seem that different: Only one climb up within the ranks, and nine new one-star restaurants.


"I wouldn't take that as a sign of lack of creativity," Michael Ellis, director of the Michelin guides, told the Republic. "There's some fascinating things that are going on in New York. It's only a matter of time before we have some new three-star candidates." We suppose they're just not there yet. Check out the full list over on Michelin's site.