Michelin Publishes Its 2010 NYC Restaurant Ratings
The Michelin Guide's 2010 New York City restaurant ratings are out. Daniel is the only new member of the three-star club, while Corton and Alto gained admittance to the two-star treehouse. Michael White is perhaps the list's biggest winner, thanks to Alto's two stars and the one star apiece awarded to Marea and Convivio. Not as lucky? Allen & Delancey, Cru, and JoJo, which lost their single stars after losing their chefs, and Del Posto and Adour, which got demoted to one star. Among the new one stars were A Voce, thanks to Missy Robbins's superlative cooking, Minetta Tavern, and Rhong-Tiam, an unassuming Thai restaurant on La Guardia Place that's won a quiet but dedicated following despite its head-scratching relationship to Kurve.
The guide goes on sale tomorrow; the full list is after the jump.
Adour Annisa Anthos Aureole A Voce (new) Blue Hill Bouley (new) Cafe Boulud Casa Mono (new) Convivo (new) Del Posto Dressler eighty one Eleven Madison Park (new) Etats-Unis Gotham Bar and Grill Gramercy Tavern Insieme Jewel Bako Kajitsu Kyo Ya L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon Marc Forgione (new) Marea (new) Minetta Tavern (new) District Oceana Perry Street Peter Luger Public Rhong-Tiam (new) River Cafe (new) Rouge Tomate (new) Saul Seasonal (new) Shalizar (new) SHO Shaun Hergatt (new) Soto (new) Spotted Pig Sushi Azabu Sushi of Gari The Modern Veritas Wallse wd~50
Two Stars Alto (new) Corton (new) Gilt Gordon Ramsay Momofuku Ko Picholine
Three Stars Daniel (new) Jean-Georges Le Bernardin Masa Per Se
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