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Michelin Guide Restaurants in NYC

Michelin Guide Restaurants in NYC

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This list was curated by Michelin Guide on 17 December 2019.

In collaboration with Friendspire, Eater has selected these as some of the very best places to visit in New York. So if you love to go out and eat with family, or have a drink with friends, then these places will certainly be worth visiting! There are 73 places to choose from on this list, so you're sure to discover a new spot to go in N
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High-end American food in art deco space. Upscale American tasting menus from chef Daniel Humm served in a high-ceilinged art deco space.

Celebrated French seafood restaurant. Elite French restaurant offers chef Eric Ripert's refined seafood, expert service & luxurious decor.

Luxurious venue for Japanese cuisine. Japanese restaurant offering a high-end fixed-price sushi menu in modern, elegant surrounds.

Thomas Keller's New American fine dining. Chef Thomas Keller's New American restaurant offers luxe fixed-price menus, with Central Park views.

Upscale Scandinavian fare in chic space. High-end Scandinavian tasting & fixed-price menus served in a minimalist Nordic setting.

Elevated Nordic cuisine & wines. Seasonal Scandinavian tasting menus & wine pairings in an intimate space, plus a cellar bar/garden.

High-end New American tasting menus. Luxe, intimate spot for inventive, multicourse New American tasting menus & cocktails.

Modern Korean dining with chef's tasting. Upscale Korean restaurant offering a chef's tasting menu with beverage pairings in chic environs.

Intimate, reservation-only fine dining. Upscale New American tasting menus in a tiny, reservation-only loft space with an open kitchen.

Foodie destination with tasting menus. High-end farm-to-table restaurant serving tasting menus in a refurbished barn on gorgeous grounds.

Jacket-required French fine dining. Daniel Boulud's elegant French flagship where jackets are required & expense accounts come in handy.

Upscale French fare in elegant surrounds. Sophisticated French cooking presented in chic, airy environs with salvaged-wood beams.

New French cuisine & Central Park views. Sophisticated New French eatery boasting floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Central Park.

Upscale Korean spot with modern decor. Innovative, high-end Korean fare served in elegant, contemporary digs with an extensive wine list.

Exclusive 12-seat eatery. Tiny, tough-to-reserve eatery via David Chang offering multicourse, Asian-accented American meals.

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