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Bay Ridge Palestinian restaurant Tanoreen is one of the many restaurants on Michelin’s 2022 Bib Gourmand list.
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New York’s 2022 Michelin Bib Gourmand Restaurants, Mapped

Where to find all 125 restaurants awarded Bib Gourmand status this year

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Bay Ridge Palestinian restaurant Tanoreen is one of the many restaurants on Michelin’s 2022 Bib Gourmand list.
| Alex Staniloff/Eater NY

The 2022 Michelin Bib Gourmands are here. Earlier this month, 18 new entrants to the list were announced, including acclaimed West Village South Asian spot, Dhamaka; East Village flour tortilla maven Yellow Rose, and Rolo’s, a Ridgewood wood-fired restaurant. Now the full list of 125 Bib restaurants is here. These are all restaurants where diners can, in the eyes of the Michelin inspectors, order two courses and a glass of wine or dessert for under $49. The Bibs, considered a serious accolade among some chefs and observers, are deemed a consolation prize by others, as these venues will be ineligible for stars this year. But, we’d argue, are no less tasty than their starred competitors, and in many cases, even better.

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Badageoni Georgian Kitchen

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Westchester’s first full-service Georgian restaurant comes from sister-brother duo Inga Duignan and Giga Jankarashvili.

Southern Table Kitchen & Bar

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A Southern restaurant in Westchester that serves tacos, fried chicken, burgers, and ribs.

Shiraz Kitchen & Wine Bar

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A Persian restaurant and wine bar in Westchester with menu items like tahdig, bademjoon, and a range of kabobs. There is also a location in Chelsea.

A popular Indian fine dining spot in Westchester.

Chutney Masala NEW

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Chef Navjot Arora brings his Indian chef training to this bistro serving an array of Indian dishes seasoned with homemade spice blends.

Nan, condiments, and sides.
A dish from chutney masala.
Chutney Masala

TVB by: Pax Romana NEW

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A fresh pasta and Roman pinsa restaurant in White Plains.

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A plate of pasta from TVB by Pax Romana
TVB by Pax Romana

The Cookery

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A casual Italian gastropub in Westchester.

Boro6 Wine Bar

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A French Italian wine bar and restaurant in Hastings-on-Hudson.

Cafe Alaia

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An Italian restaurant in Scarsdale.

Rafele Rye

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An Italian restaurant from chef Raffaele Ronca focused on Neapolitan pizzas and pastas.


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A wood-fired pizza and pasta spot in Eastchester, in Southern Westchester.

Tredici Social (New)

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An Italian restaurant in Westchester from chef Giuseppe Fanelli.

Maria Restaurant

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Pasta and seafood mainstay in Westchester.

Macelleria Italian Steakhouse

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Italian-leaning steakhouse located in Pelham.

Dubrovnik Restaurant

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A Croatian restaurant in New Rochelle specializing in whole fish and other seafood dishes like cuttlefish risotto, octopus salad, and marinated anchovies in Croatian olive oil.

Claudy's Kitchen

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A Bronx Peruvian restaurant specializing in fish soup, lomo saltado — stir-fried tenderloin served over french fries — and frozen empanadas.

Tra Di Noi

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An Italian restaurant from chef-owner Marco Coletta.

Zero Otto Nove

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An Italian restaurant known for its Neapolitan wood-fired pizza. It also has locations in Flatiron and Westchester.

Enzo's Of Williamsbridge

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A red-sauce joint in Morris Park.

El Molcajete

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A lowkey Mexican spot in Soundview.

Mezcal and Mexican street-food inspired dishes, including elote with chipotle aioli and carnitas tacos.

Jin Ramen West Harlem

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A noodle shop in Harlem with kimchi, tonkotsu, miso, and shio ramens.

La Cueva Fonda

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A tiny Mexican restaurant in the Bronx serving tamales, tacos, and weekend barbacoa.


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Open since 2008, this Bronx restaurant serves dishes like albondiga, beef meatballs with cumin, oregano, and tomato broth.

La Morada

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A family-owned Oaxacan restaurant serving moles and spicy chicken soup.


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A South Bronx restaurant serving a mix of Southern comfort fare and Puerto Rican-leaning cuisine, including dishes like shrimp and grits, pernil, alcapurria fritters, and chicharron de pollo.

Atlas Kitchen

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A modern Chinese restaurant serving Sichuan and Hunanese classics near Columbia University.

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Fiery Szechuan cuisine at Atlas Kitchen
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Miss Mamie's Spoonbread Too

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A Southern restaurant near Columbia University known for its fried chicken.

Chick Chick NEW

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An UWS comfort chicken spot.

A chicken sandwich doused with mayo.
A chicken sandwich doused with mayo.

A French-leaning wine bar and restaurant on the UWS.

Covacha NEW

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An Upper West Side Mexican spot from restaurateur Cristina Castañeda.

A green tortilla with beans and other ingredients.
Orchard molote from Covacha.

Legend of Taste

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Bright, airy restaurant serving up a Sichuan feast like crispy Chinese eggplant and Chongqing chicken.

Gregory's 26 Corner Taverna

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A Greek tavern with dishes like tirokafteri, a spicy dish with feta and pickled red chili peppers.

Via Vai (New)

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An Italian restaurant serving pastas and pizza in Astoria.

Bohemian Spirit

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An Upper East Side Czech restaurant that specializes in both Central European fare and tamales for takeout.

Tong Sam Gyup Goo Yi

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A Korean restaurant in Murray Hill specializing in cast-iron grilled meats and other Korean staples like bibimbap.

Kung Fu Little Steamed Buns Ramen

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A Chinese comfort food spot near the Theater District.

Jiang Nan NEW

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This ambitious Flushing spot with locations in Manhattan and Jersey City features regional Chinese dishes.

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A dish from Jiang Nan.
Jiang Nan

Alley 41

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A traditionally-minded Sichuan restaurant in Flushing.

Szechuan Gourmet NEW

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A 20-year-old restaurant that showcases Sichuan dishes with options at every price point.

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Dumplings from Szechuan Gourmet.


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A tonkotsu ramen-focused restaurant chain from Tokyo that opened in NYC in 2017.

Cho Dang Gol

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A Korean barbecue spot in Midtown that draws the crowds.

Antoya Korean BBQ(Formerly Samwon Garden) NEW

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A Korean barbecue spot with select Italian twists.

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A dish from Antoya Korean BBQ.
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Little Alley

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Murray Hill restaurant serving Shanghainese fare like soup dumplings rice cakes, and stir-fried thick noodles.

Opened in 2019, Angel Indian Restaurant specializes in vegetarian Punjabi cooking.

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Vegetarian biryani
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A Tibetian restaurant in Jackson Heights with top-notch momos and noodle soups.


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A restaurant in Koreatown where every dish is vegetarian or vegan. It serves foods like spicy rice cakes with vegetables and bean curd skin.


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A New American restaurant located in Long Island City.

An overhead photograph of multiple dishes on a white table at a restaurant in Long Island City, called Bellwether.
A spread of modern American dishes
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A Sunnyside Indian restaurant known for Goan-style Indo-Portuguese dishes like coconut milk-based fish curry, caldin, vindaloo with Kashimi chiles, and xacutti with roasted coconut.

Norma Gastronomia Siciliana

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An Italian restaurant in Kips Bay offering a variety of antipasti, pastas, and Sicilian pizza.

Zaab Zaab NEW

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An Isan Thai restuaurant in Queens that’s expanding to Williamsburg and Manhattan.

A chaotically colorful dining room at Zaab Zaab.
A very colorful dining room at Zaab Zaab.
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SaRanRom Thai

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An Elmhurst restaurant with curries, noodles, and over a dozen Thai salads.

A popular Sichuan restaurant in Long Island City.

Turkish Kitchen

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A Turkish restaurant serving cuisines of Istanbul and the Anatolian provinces.


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A Mediterranean restaurant in Greenpoint with flatbread, labneh cheese, and other dishes featuring Middle Eastern flavors.

Le Fanfare NEW

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Le Fanfare combines Italian cooking, an all-Italian wine and cocktail list, and live jazz.

Fish on a white plate with a side salad.
A dish at Le Fanfare.
Le Fanfare

West Village spot specializing in Middle Eastern fare like kubeh and mezze.

Hao Noodle

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Located in Greenwich Village, this first U.S. location of the prominent chain from China serves housemade noodles and traditional Chinese recipes.

Yellow Rose NEW

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Dave and Krystiana Rizo’s San Antonio Tex-Mex restaurant offering chili and tacos wearing housemade flour tortillas, as well as strong drinks, and oversized desserts.

A dining room with quirky art on the walls.
The interior of Yellow Rose.
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Pata Cafe

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Cozy Thai restaurant that’s an offshoot of the nearby Pata Paplean bar.

Nami Nori

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A hip and popular temaki hand roll restaurant in Greenwich Village, with specialties including baby white shrimp, tori with caviar, and scallops with XO sauce and tobiko.

A taco-shaped hand roll topped with rice and salmon, served with a side of ginger Sebastian Lucrecio/Nami Nori [Official]

21 Greenpoint

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This New American restaurant in Greenpoint serves a daily-changing menu, including spaghetti with clams and watermelon and beets.

An East Village Japanese restaurant with a menu of cold and hot soba noodles, rice bowls, and sashimi.

Dumpling Lab NEW

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A dumpling spot from the Hunan Slurp team.

A hand wielding chopsticks grabs at a dark colored dumpling on a table filled with dim sum.
A dish from Dumpling Lab
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Momofuku Noodle Bar

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David Chang’s ramen restaurant in East Village, known for its ramen, pork buns, and fried chicken.

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A casual West Village Italian restaurant known for its affordable pastas and appetizers.


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A Japanese restaurant with hand rolls, sushi, katsu sandos, and several meal sets.

An all-day Noho restaurant from Cosme’s Enrique Olvera serving dishes like lobster burritos, branzino a la talla, suadero tacos, and beef birria.

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Atla’s refreshing take on Mexican-inspired cuisine
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MáLà Project

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A Chinese restaurant in the East Village that specializes in spicy dry pot.