Here are the 76 New York City Michelin Starred Restaurants for 2020

Eleven Madison Park, 3 Stars
Eleven Madison Park, 3 Stars
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The 2020 Michelin Guide for New York City just came out and there are 76 restaurant selections in the City that earned at least one coveted star. The list has several new additions, elevations, and demotions this year. Check it out!

Michelin today released its star selection in the newest edition of the 2020 MICHELIN Guide New York City and Westchester County. The list features two new restaurants in the two-star category and eight new one-star establishments. With 32 editions worldwide, the MICHELIN Guide selected New York City as its first U.S. destination 15 years ago. The trusted companion for travelers and foodies now publishes four U.S. editions, including New York City and Westchester County; Chicago; Washington, D.C.; and the newly-released statewide California edition.

Michelin’s 2020 Selections for New York City and Westchester County

Three Stars
- Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare
- Eleven Madison Park
- Le Bernardin
- Masa
- Per Se

Two Stars
- 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
- Agern
- Ai Fiori
- Aldea
- Bar Uchū
- Bâtard
- Benno
- Blue Hill
- Bouley at Home
- Carbone
- Casa Enrique
- Casa Mono
- Caviar Russe
- Claro
- The Clocktower
- Contra
- Cote
- Crown Shy
- Del Posto
- Estela
- The Finch
- The Four Horsemen
- Gotham Bar and Grill
- Gramercy Tavern
- Hirohisa
- Jeju Noodle Bar
- Jewel Bako
- Kajitsu
- Kanoyama
- Kosaka
- L’Appart
- Le Coucou
- Le Jardinier
- Marea
- Meadowsweet
- The Musket Room
- Nix
- Noda
- Nomad
- Odo
- Okuda
- Oxalis
- Oxomoco
- Peter Luger
- The River Café
- Satsuki
- Sushi Amane
- Sushi Ginza Onodera
- Sushi Inoue
- Sushi Nakazawa
- Sushi Noz
- Sushi Yasuda
- Tempura Matsui
- Tuome
- Ukiyo
- Uncle Boon’s
- Wallsé
- ZZ’s Clam Bar

via Michelin

Matt Coneybeare

Matt Coneybeare

Editor in Chief

Matt enjoys exploring the City's with his partner and son. He is an avid marathon runner, and spends most of his time eating, running, and working on cool stuff.

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