The Michelin Guide to New York 2014 will hit the shelves tomorrow, but reps have sent over a preview today, revealing the city's big winners and losers. Here's what you need to know about this year's list:
— Babbo finally got its star back.
— Jung Sik has been upgraded from a one-star rating to a two-star rating.
— The Musket Room, Le Restaurant, and Caviar Russe are three unexpected additions to the one-star club. Also minted with single-star ratings this year: Lincoln, Carbone, Telepan, Aska, and Ichimura at Brushstroke.
— Gordon Ramsay at the London finally got knocked off the list. Inexplicably, it held a two-star rating for several years. Picholine also got erased.
— There are now just five two-star restaurants, because Corton and Gilt closed, and Gordon Ramsay was dropped.
— The list of three-star restaurants is the same as last year.
— Danny Brown Wine Bar is still the only Queens restaurant with a Michelin star.
Find the complete star breakdown below. Congrats to all the chefs and restaurateurs who landed in the little red book this year.
Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare
Eleven Madison Park
A Voce Columbus
A Voce Madison
Danny Brown Wine Bar & Kitchen
Gotham Bar and Grill
Musket Room (The)
Sushi of Gari
Torrisi Italian Specialties
· All Coverage of The Michelin Guide [~ENY~]