Yesterday, 1 October 2013, saw the announcement of the Michelin Guide NYC 2014! The published book is officially arriving on shelves today – so be sure to grab it while you can!

In the meantime, check out the full list below which reveals those who will be celebrating, such as Mario Batali and his restaurant Babbo which regained one star, and others who will be commiserating, such as Gordon Ramsay and his restaurant Gordon Ramsay at the London which lost a star. Others who will be revelling in delight include Frederik Berselius at Aska NYC who gained his first star and César Ramirez at Brooklyn Fayre; Daniel Boulud at Daniel; Daniel Humm at Eleven Madison Park; Jean-Georges Vongerichten at Jean-Georges; Eric Ripert at Le Bernardi;, Masa Takayama at Masa;  and Thomas Keller at PerSe, all of whom held on to their three-star status. Newcomers to their category are marked with an ‘N’.

 

3 Michelin stars      

César Ramirez – Brooklyn Fayre

Daniel Boulud – Daniel

Daniel Humm – Eleven Madison Park

Jean-Georges Vongerichten – Jean-Georges

Eric Ripert – Le Bernardin

Masa Takayama – Masa

Thomas Keller – Per Se

2 Michelin stars       

Atera

N - Jungsik

Marea

Momofuku Ko

Soto

1 Michelin star

Ai Fiori

Aldea

Annisa

Aquavit

N - Aska

Aureole

A Voce Columbus

A Voce Madison

N - Babbo

Blanca

Blue Hill

The Breslin

N - Brushtroke

Café Boulud

Café China

N - Carbone

Casa Mono

N - Caviar Russe

Danji

Danny Brown Wine Bar & Kitchen

Del Posto

Dovetail

15 East

Gotham Bar and Grill

Gramercy Tavern

Hakkasan

N – Ichimura

Jewel Bako

Junoon

Kajitsu

Kyo Ya

Lan Sheng

N – Le Restaurant

N – Lincoln

Minetta Tavern

The Modern

N – The Musket Room

NoMad

Oceana

Peter Luger

Public

Rosanjin

Rouge Tomate

Seäsonal

Spotted Pig

Sushi of Gari

Tamarind Tribeca

N – Telepan

Torrisi Italian Specialities

Tulsi

Wallsé

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