Meanwhile 19 new Michelin one-star restaurants are recognized and 11 have lost theirs.
Below are the 19 new Michelin-Starred restaurants in Manhattan and Brooklyn, New York.
Two Michelin Stars
Al Coro (Italian) in Chelsea and Saga (Contemporary)in the Financial District.
One Michelin Star
Clover Hill (Contemporary) in Brooklyn Heights, Dirt Candy (Vegeterian) in Lower East Side, Frevo in Greenwich Village, Icca (Contemporary) in Tribeca, Joomak Banjul (Asian) in Koreatown, L’Abeille (French) in Tribeca, Le Pavillon (French) in Midtown East, Mari (Korean) in Hell’s Kitchen, Noz 17 (Japanese/Sushi) in Chelsea, Oiji Mi (Korean) in Flatiron, One White Street (Contemporary) in Tribeca, Red Paper Clip (Contemporary) in Greenwich Village, Semma (Indian) in Greenwich, Shion 69 Leonard (Japanese, Sushi) at Tribeca, 63 Clinton (Contemporary) in Lower East Side, Torien (Japanese, Yakitori) in Greenwich Village, Yoshino (Japanese, Sushi) in Noho.
A story by the New York Times writes, “Michelin’s three-star rankings remained the same, but a number of New York restaurants moved off the one- and two-star lists when the Michelin Guide’s 2022 star rankings for New York were announced Thursday evening at a gala celebration at Peak in Hudson Yards in Manhattan. The top restaurants remain the same as last year: Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare, Eleven Madison Park, Le Bernardin, Masa and Per Se.”
The article also says that “the one-star list lost 11 restaurants this year. Some, like Kajitsu and Benno, have closed. Others dropped included Peter Luger, Wallsé, Meadowsweet, L’Appart and the Clocktower. Major Food Group’s Carbone and ZZ’s Clam Bar, and Altamarea’s Ai Fiori and Marea, all lost their one-star ratings.”
Banner photo from Instagram @lebernardinny.