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All the 2018 Michelin Star Winning (and Losing) Eateries in NYC

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All the 2018 Michelin Star Winning (and Losing) Eateries in NYC
 Michelin released their guide the 13th edition of their highly respected New York guide this week, including the sought-after star distinctions.  Here are the big winners and losers in the city.

If you’re anything like us, you are more likely to order seamless or a dollar slice than to hit up a Michelin starred restaurant. However, last week, the French tire company released their list of restaurants that received their Bib Gourmand distinction; a list of affordable eateries that must offer two courses and a glass of wine or dessert for $40 or less, much more our speed. Here’s that list:

New this year:
Alta CalidadEl MolcajetePatron
AtlaHao Noodle and TeaPok Pok Ny
BunkerLuzzo’sTfor
ChouChouMiss Ada21 Greenpoint
Dumpling GalaxyNorma Gastronomia Siciliana
Returning eateries for the Bib Gourmand distinction:
Achilles HeelHecho en DumboPaet Rio
Al BustanHide-Chan RamenPaulie Gee’s
AngkorHigh Street on HudsonPippali
Arharn ThaiHinoMaru RamenPrime Meats
AtoboyHometown Bar-B-QuePrune
Baker & Co.Hunan BistroPurple Yam
Bar PrimiHunan HouseRibalta
BeyogluHunan KitchenRider
Buttermilk ChannelIl PoetaRoberta’s
Casa del Chef BistroJ.G. MelonRubirosa
Chavela’sJin RamenRunner & Stone
Cho Dang GolJohn Brown SmokehouseRuss & Daughters Cafe
Chomp ChompJ. Restaurant Chez AstaRye
CiccioKatz’sSan Matteo
Congee VillageKiin ThaiSan Rasa
CotennaKiki’sShalom Japan
Dim Sum Go GoKings County ImperialSip Sak
DOMODOMOKung Fu Little Steamed Buns RamenSoba-Ya
Don Antonio by StaritaLa MoradaSomtum Der
DonostiaLand of PlentySottocasa
00 + CoLarb UbolSpeedy Romeo
East Harbor Seafood PalaceLautSpotted Pig
EggLeaStreetbird Rotisserie
El ParadorLlama InnSupper
Enoteca MariaLupaSweet Yummy House
FalansaiMáLà ProjectSzechuan Gourmet
Frankie’s 457 SpuntinoMapo TofuTanoreen
Freek’s MillMexicosinaTertulia
Ganso RamenMile EndTong Sam Gyup Goo Yi
GladysMiss Mamie’s Spoonbread TooUncle Zhou
GlasserieMomofuku Noodle BarUva
The Good ForkMomofuku Ssam BarVida
Gran ElectricaMu RamenVinegar Hill House
Gregory’s 26 Corner TavernaNew MalaysiaXix
Hahm Ji BachNyonyaZero Otto Nove
HanGawiOlmstedZoma
Havana CafeOso

Nevertheless, the Michelin star distinctions that were announced this week are highly sought after and respected among foodies and restauranteurs.

Now the tire company has released the 13th edition of the Michelin Guide New York, including the star distinctions, we have news on the 72 restaurants that have earned between one and three stars. Among that news are one demotion, one promotion, and six restaurants earning their first star. Here’s the list:

Three Stars
Chef’s Table at Brooklyn FareLe BernardinPer Se
Eleven Madison ParkMasa

A restaurant that is missing from the 3-star list is “Jean-Georges.” Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s flagship restaurant has been stripped of one of its stars.

Two Stars
AquavitDanielMarea
AskaJean-GeorgesThe Modern
AteraJungsikSushi Ginza Onodera
BlancaKo

Sushi Ginza Onodera has been promoted from one star to two this year

One Star
AgernDelaware and HudsonThe Musket Room
Ai FioriDovetailNix
ALdeaFaroNomad
AureoleThe FinchPeter Luger
BabboGabriel KreutherRebelle
Bar UchūGotham Bar and GrillThe River Café
BâtardGramcery TavernRouge Tomate
Blue HillGünter Seeger NYSatsuki
The BreslinHirohisaSushi Amane
Café BouludJewel BakoSushi Inoue
Café ChinaJunoonSushi Yasuda
CarboneKajitsuSushi Zo
Casa EnríqueKanoyamaTempura Matsui
Casa MonoKyo YaTori Shin
Caviar RusseL’AppartUncle Boons
The ClocktowerLa SirenaUshiwakamaru
ContraLa VaraWallsé
CoteMeadowsweetZZ’s Clam Bar
Del PostoMinetta Tavern

Highlighted are six restaurants that have earned their first stars this year.