The Full 2019 List of New York City’s 76 Michelin-Starred Restaurants

The Michelin Guide has released its 2019 ratings for New York City.

77 photos
1/77
@justora / Instagram
2/77
Getty Images
Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare offers a communal dining experience from chef César Ramirez. The 20-course tasting menu features French and Japanese flavors.
3/77
Eleven Madison Park, which was recently named the best restaurant in the world, the restaurant offers a 10-course tasting menu by chef Daniel Humm.
4/77
AP
At Le Bernardin, chef Eric Ripert offers an elite tasting menu centered around seafood.
5/77
Getty Images
High-end sushi restaurant Masa serves up a tasting menu that is $595 per person.
6/77
Getty Images
French restaurant Per Se offers up beautiful views of Central Park and a nine-course tasting menu by chef Thomas Keller.
7/77
Meng He / Flickr
Aquavit offers a prix-fixe tasting menu from chef Emma Bengtsson, which offers high-end Scandinavian cuisine.
8/77
Krista / Flickr
Aska in Brooklyn also serves up seasonal Scandinavian fare by chef Fredrik Berselius. The restaurant is located in a restored warehouse and features only 10 tables.
9/77
Edsel Little / Flickr
Atera offers a seasonal tasting menu from executive chef Ronny Emborg for $275 per person.
10/77
J. Annie Wang / Flickr
Blanca serves a new American tasting menu from chef Carlo Mirarchi in a tiny space with an open kitchen.
11/77
Getty Images
Daniel Boulud's flagship restaurant, Daniel, serves high-end French cuisine on the Upper East Side.
12/77
ulterior epicure/Flickr
13/77
Pexels/CC
14/77
Getty Images
Jean-Georges has lost its 3-star rating for 2018. Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten's flagship restaurant blends French, American and Asian influences.
15/77
Getty Images
Jungsik offers a modern take on Korean cuisine.
16/77
Lou Stejskal / Flickr
David Chang's Momofuku Koin the East Village offers up American cuisine with an Asian twist in a tiny space.
17/77
Kok Chih & Sarah Gan/Flickr
18/77
Krista / Flickr
Marea serves up high-end Italian seafood and pastas from chef Michael White.
19/77
Premshree Pillal / Flickr
The Modern at the Museum of Modern Art serves both three-course and six-course tasting menus from executive chef Abram Bissell.
20/77
ivva/Flickr
21/77
Pexels/CC
22/77
Edsel Little / Flickr
Agern is a seasonal gastropub at Grand Central Terminal. Agern serves up Nordic cuisine from head chef Gunnar Gíslason.
23/77
Kok Chih & Sarah Gan / Flickr
Ai Fiori showcases modern Italian and French cuisines, which includes homemade pastas and seasonal ingredients. Michael White is the chef and owner.
24/77
Edsel Little / Flickr
The open kitchen at Aldea allows diners to see the modern Mediterranean fare by chef George Mendes being prepared.
25/77
Pexels/CC
26/77
Ulterior Epicure / Flickr
Mario Batali's Greenwich Village gem, Babbo, features high-end Italian cuisine.
27/77
28/77
Krista / Flickr
Bâtard in Tribeca offers 3-,4- and 5-course menus of modern French cuisine from chef Markus Glocker.
29/77
Edsel Little / Flickr
Blue Hill in Greenwich Village showcases local food and wine in a townhouse setting. Chef Dan Barber serves up the American fare.
30/77
serena_tang/Flickr
31/77
Cookiespl / Flickr
Chef Daniel Boulud's cafe, Cafe Boulud serves up high-end French cuisine.
32/77
Garret Ziegler / Flickr
Cafe China describes itself as a place that transports you back to the 1930s.
33/77
Adam Kuban / Flickr
Carbone offers up an upscale take on the classic red sauce joint. The Italian-American fare is served up by chef Mario Carbone.
34/77
@xseye / Instagram
Casa Enrique in Long Island City is a casual Mexican spot serving up all of the classics in a hip setting.
35/77
Kok Chin & Sarah Gan / Flickr
Casa Mono serves up Spanish fare from executive chef Andy Nusser just east of Union Square.
36/77
Dan Costin / Flickr
As its name suggests, Caviar Russe specializes in caviar.
37/77
Pexels/CC
38/77
@justora / Instagram
The Clocktower is a chic Madison Avenue restaurant and lounge serving up upscale American cuisine from chef Jason Atherton.
39/77
Lou Stejskal / Flickr
Contra offers a prix fixe menu of contemporary cuisine.
40/77
@noahjforrest / Instagram
Korean steakhouse Cote has tabletop grills where diners cook their own high-quality beef.
41/77
Wendy / Flickr
Del Posto serves high-end Italian classics from Mario Batali, Joe Bastianich and Lidia Bastianich.
42/77
@g.gmartins / Instagram
Faro in Brooklyn serves up homemade pastas and seasonal American dishes from chef Kevin Adey.
43/77
@pham0921 / Instagram
The Finch in Brooklyn serves up seasonal American fare from chef Gabe McMackin in a renovated 120-year-old brownstone.
44/77
Glen Maclarty / Flickr
Gotham Bar and Grill is considered a timeless staple in NYC. The new American cuisine is by chef Alfred Portale .
45/77
G M / Flickr
Gramercy Tavern serves up seasonal contemporary American cuisine from chef Michael Anthony.
46/77
@ananlooooo / Instagram
Chef Günter Seeger's eponymous restaurant changes its menu daily. It offers a 10-course tasting menu as well as a six-course prix fixe menu.
47/77
@ls5264 / Instagram
Chef Hirohisa Hayashi says he hopes to bring people the essence of a Japanese countryside at Hirohisa.
48/77
Pexels/CC
49/77
Chun Yip So / Flickr
Jewel Bako is a high-end sushi restaurant in the East Village.
Garret Ziegler / Flickr
Junoon serves up modern, upscale Indian cuisine in an ornate dining room.
51/77
Laissez Fare / Flickr
Kajitsu serves upscale Shojin cuisine, which is a style of vegetarian Japanese cooking.
52/77
bionicgrrrl / Flickr
Kanoyama in the East Village serves up sushi that has been described by reviewers as "some of the best" in the city. Kanoyama also features a range of vegetarian options.
53/77
Pexels/CC
54/77
Greg / Flickr
Kyo Ya offers French-Japanese cuisine by chef Chikara Sono sourced both locally and from Japan.
55/77
@eatereaternyc / Instagram
L'AppartM offers rotating menus of seasonal French cuisine from chef Nicolas “Nico” Abello in an atmosphere that makes you feel like you're at a private dinner party.
56/77
Lou Stejskal/Flickr
57/77
Pexels/CC
58/77
@sonjblamonge / Instagram
Meadowsweet in Brooklyn offers up Mediterranean-influenced American cuisine in a casual setting.
59/77
Kennejima / Flickr
The Musket Room strives to bring New Zealand to Nolita. Chef Matt Lambert is behind the menu.
60/77
@restinbeachface / Instagram
Chef John Fraser taps into his passion for cooking with vegetables at Nix, saying on the restaurant's website that "eating vegetarian or vegan should feel more celebration than sacrifice."
61/77
Pexels/CC
62/77
Meng He / Flickr
Chef Daniel Humm and Restaurateur Will Guidara, the pair behind Eleven Madison Park, serve up an innovative, "approachable" menu at the The NoMad Hotel.
63/77
Pexels/CC
64/77
Pexels/CC
65/77
FrankGuido / Flickr
The iconic Peter Luger Steak House has locations in both Brooklyn and Long Island.
66/77
@adrienbardetlasserre / Instagram
The River Café in Brooklyn serves up high-end American fare and stunning views of the Manhattan skyline.
67/77
@colinsounditout / Instagram
At Satsuki, an Omakase sushi dinner from chefs Toshio Suzuki and Kentaro Sawada is served at a 10-seat counter. Ingredients are sourced directly from Tokyo.
68/77
@jujuonthesloth / Instagram
Sushi AMANE is an eight-seat sushi counter that offers $250 sushi menus from chef Shion Uino.
69/77
@ruth_2021 / Instagram
Sushi Inoue offers both single sushi and sashimi orders as well as an Omakase menu.
70/77
Edsel Little/Flickr
71/77
72/77
Or Hiltch / Flickr
The Michelin Guide suggests ditching the tables for a seat at the counter when you visit Sushi Yasuda.
73/77
Pexels/CC
74/77
T.Tseng/Flickr
75/77
Houston Ruck / Flickr
Uncle Boons is known for serving up some of the best Thai food in the city.
76/77
Kok Chih & Sarah Gan / Flickr
Wallsé serves up modern Austrian cuisine from chef Kurt Gutenbrunner.
77/77
@stefeatsworld / Instagram
The tiny and hip ZZ's Clam Bar offers up raw bar specialties and innovative cocktails.
Contact Us