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 Calidad El Molcajete Patron
Atla Hao Noodle and Tea Pok Pok Ny
Bunker Luzzo’s Tfor
ChouChou Miss Ada 21 Greenpoint
Dumpling Galaxy Norma Gastronomia Siciliana
Returning eateries for the Bib Gourmand distinction:
Achilles Heel Hecho en Dumbo Paet Rio
Al Bustan Hide-Chan Ramen Paulie Gee’s
Angkor High Street on Hudson Pippali
Arharn Thai HinoMaru Ramen Prime Meats
Atoboy Hometown Bar-B-Que Prune
Baker & Co. Hunan Bistro Purple Yam
Bar Primi Hunan House Ribalta
Beyoglu Hunan Kitchen Rider
Buttermilk Channel Il Poeta Roberta’s
Casa del Chef Bistro J.G. Melon Rubirosa
Chavela’s Jin Ramen Runner & Stone
Cho Dang Gol John Brown Smokehouse Russ & Daughters Cafe
Chomp Chomp J. Restaurant Chez Asta Rye
Ciccio Katz’s San Matteo
Congee Village Kiin Thai San Rasa
Cotenna Kiki’s Shalom Japan
Dim Sum Go Go Kings County Imperial Sip Sak
DOMODOMO Kung Fu Little Steamed Buns Ramen Soba-Ya
Don Antonio by Starita La Morada Somtum Der
Donostia Land of Plenty Sottocasa
00 + Co Larb Ubol Speedy Romeo
East Harbor Seafood Palace Laut Spotted Pig
Egg Lea Streetbird Rotisserie
El Parador Llama Inn Supper
Enoteca Maria Lupa Sweet Yummy House
Falansai MáLà Project Szechuan Gourmet
Frankie’s 457 Spuntino Mapo Tofu Tanoreen
Freek’s Mill Mexicosina Tertulia
Ganso Ramen Mile End Tong Sam Gyup Goo Yi
Gladys Miss Mamie’s Spoonbread Too Uncle Zhou
Glasserie Momofuku Noodle Bar Uva
The Good Fork Momofuku Ssam Bar Vida
Gran Electrica Mu Ramen Vinegar Hill House
Gregory’s 26 Corner Taverna New Malaysia Xix
Hahm Ji Bach Nyonya Zero Otto Nove
HanGawi Olmsted Zoma
Havana Cafe Oso

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 Fare Le Bernardin Per Se
Eleven Madison Park Masa

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
Aquavit Daniel Marea
Aska Jean-Georges The Modern
Atera Jungsik Sushi Ginza Onodera
Blanca Ko

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

One Star
Agern Delaware and Hudson The Musket Room
Ai Fiori Dovetail Nix
ALdea Faro Nomad
Aureole The Finch Peter Luger
Babbo Gabriel Kreuther Rebelle
Bar Uchū Gotham Bar and Grill The River Café
Bâtard Gramcery Tavern Rouge Tomate
Blue Hill Günter Seeger NY Satsuki
The Breslin Hirohisa Sushi Amane
Café Boulud Jewel Bako Sushi Inoue
Café China Junoon Sushi Yasuda
Carbone Kajitsu Sushi Zo
Casa Enríque Kanoyama Tempura Matsui
Casa Mono Kyo Ya Tori Shin
Caviar Russe L’Appart Uncle Boons
The Clocktower La Sirena Ushiwakamaru
Contra La Vara Wallsé
Cote Meadowsweet ZZ’s Clam Bar
Del Posto Minetta Tavern

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

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