Here Are the 2020 Michelin Stars for New York City

Short ribs from Crown Shy. Photo: Scott Heins

We’re now deep into fall: The pumpkin spice is in the air, the leaves are changing, and Michelin has released its annual starred guide to New York’s restaurants. (Last week, the tire company let loose its 2020 Bib Gourmand list.) There are, as always, some new additions, with Blue Hill at Stone Barns (which was eligible for the first time) joining the two-star club and Estela, Crown Shy, and Odo among the new spots awarded a single star.

As is customary, New York’s food geeks will gather, on the internet and at bars around town, to complain about what was snubbed and what didn’t deserve a star. Of course, you’re likely asking yourself, Did my favorite new spot make the list? It’s possible! No doubt your high-rolling friend will fume, “Blue Hill should’ve gotten five stars!” (There are only three.) Check out the full list:

Three Stars (“Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey”)

Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare
Eleven Madison Park
Le Bernardin
Masa
Per Se

Two Stars (“Excellent cuisine, worth a detour”)

Aquavit
Aska
Atera
Atomix
Blanca
Blue Hill at Stone Barns
Daniel
Gabriel Kreuther
Ichimura at Uchū
Jean Georges
Jungsik
Ko
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon
The Modern

One Star (“High-quality cooking, worth a stop”)

Agern
Ai Fiori
Aldea
Bar Uchū
Bâtard
Benno
Blue Hill
Bouley at Home
Carbone
Casa Enrique
Casa Mono
Caviar Russe
Claro
The Clocktower
Contra
Cote
Crown Shy
Del Posto
Estela
The Finch
The Four Horsemen
Gotham Bar and Grill
Gramercy Tavern
Hirohisa
Jeju Noodle Bar
Jewel Bako
Kajitsu
Kanoyama
Kosaka
L’Appart
Le Coucou
Le Jardinier
Marea
Meadowsweet
The Musket Room
Nix
Noda
Nomad
Odo
Okuda
Oxalis
Oxomoco
Peter Luger
The River Café
Satsuki
Sushi Amane
Sushi Ginza Onodera
Sushi Inoue
Sushi Nakazawa
Sushi Noz
Sushi Yasuda
Tempura Matsui
Tuome
Ukiyo
Uncle Boon’s
Wallsé
ZZ’s Clam Bar

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