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Customers gathered around a downstairs bar at Atomix.
The downstairs dining room at Atomix
Louise Palmberg

NYC’s 2019 Michelin-Starred Restaurants, Mapped

All 75 glowing restaurants awarded stars for 2019

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The downstairs dining room at Atomix
| Louise Palmberg

The Michelin Guide has released its 2019 star ratings for New York City. As always, the new list has some adds, a handful of drops, and more than a few surprises. Here is a rundown of all of the restaurants on the list, in handy map form.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.
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Sushi Inoue

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ONE STAR for this Japanese restaurant in Harlem.

Sushi Inoue Photo: Sushi Inoue

Cafe Boulud

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Daniel Boulud's beloved Upper East Side restaurant has ONE STAR.

Café Boulud Photo: Cafe Boulud

Sushi Noz

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This Upper East Side sushi temple debuted on the list this year with ONE STAR.

A blonde wood-bedecked sushi bar with six seats Noz [Official Photo]

Jean-Georges

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Jean-Georges Vongerichten's flagship restaurant maintains its TWO STARS.

Jean-Georges Photo: Facebook

Masa Takayama's pricey sushi restaurant has THREE STARS.

A photo of a smiling Masa Takayama, who is wearing white/ Photo: Masa NYC

Thomas Keller's restaurant in the Time Warner Center has THREE STARS.

Per Se’s kitchen has three lights up top, white brick, and stainless steel counters. Photo: Daniel Krieger

Michael White's Central Park South Italian seafood restaurant has TWO STARS.

Daniel Boulud's Upper East Side French restaurant has TWO STARS.

Chef Daniel Boulud stands with his arms crossed in chef’s whites. Photo: Daniel Krieger

Le Bernardin

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Eric Ripert's beloved seafood restaurant has THREE STARS.

Le Bernardin’s dining room has a floral arrangement in the middle with white flowers, plus tables with white tablecloths Photo: Daniel Krieger

The Modern

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Danny Meyer's Midtown restaurant with chef Abram Bissell has TWO STARS.

The Modern Photo: Facebook

Aquavit

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This Midtown Scandinavian restaurant has TWO STARS.

Aquavit Photo: Daniel Krieger

Caviar Russe

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This Midtown East fine dining restaurant has ONE STAR.

Caviar Russe Photo: Facebook

Satsuki (Suzuki’s sushi bar)

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The family behind longtime favorite Sushi Zen opened edomae-style omakase Satsuki in 2017 and have earned ONE STAR.

Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare

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Cesar Ramirez's fine-dining counter retains its THREE STAR rating for another year.

Brooklyn Fare Photo: Facebook

Gabriel Kreuther

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Gabriel Kreuther's eponymous Midtown restaurant gets bumped up to TWO STARS this year.

Gabriel Kreuther stands in front of a sign that says the name of his restaurant. Photo: Nick Solares

Claus Meyer’s Grand Central restaurant retains ONE STAR.

Agern’s dining room has black countertops and wood paneling Nick Solares

Sushi Ginza Onodera

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This omakase-only restaurant holds onto its TWO STARS.

Sushi Ginza Onodera’s sushi counter has a blond wood countertop and a tiled wall.
Sushi Ginza Onodera
Photo via Sushi Ginza Onodera

Sushi Amane

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Midtown East sushi parlor Sushi Amane has ONE STAR.

Sushi Amane’s sushi bar counter has yellow wood, with a chef wearing white standing in the middle. Photo via Sushi Amane

Sushi Yasuda

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This sushi favorite has ONE STAR.

Sushi Yasuda Photo: Foursquare

Ai Fiori

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Michael White's French Riviera-inspired restaurant has ONE STAR.

Ai Fiori’s dining room has white tableclothes, a blue wall, and large photos of buildings with greenery Photo: Daniel Krieger

Café China

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This stylish Midtown Sichuan restaurant has ONE STAR.

Café China Photo via Café China

Kajitsu

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This Midtown vegetarian Japanese restaurant has ONE STAR.

Kajitsu Photo: Facebook

Tempura Matsui

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This pricey Japanese restaurant retains its ONE STAR rating.

Tempura Matsui’s dining room has booths in the back and a bar up front Photo: Nick Solares

The NoMad Restaurant

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Daniel Humm and Will Guidara’s restaurant in the NoMad Hotel retains its ONE STAR rating.

This very stylish sushi newcomer in Gramercy joins the list with ONE STAR.

The deeply personal Korean fine-dining restaurant from Ellia Park and Junghyun Park slides onto the list with ONE STAR.

The downstairs dining room and curved granite bar at Atomix during dinner service. Louise Palmberg

Okuda New York

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Decorated chef Toru Okuda — who also has a Michelin-starred restaurant in Tokyo — gets ONE STAR for his Chelsea kaiseki.

A marble-topped sushi bar with black round placemats Okuda [Official Photo]

Del Posto

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This Chelsea Italian restaurant from Joe Bastianich and Lidia Bastianich stays on the list with executive chef Melissa Rodriguez with ONE STAR.

Casa Enrique

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ONE STAR for Cosme Aguilar's Mexican restaurant, the only one on the list.

The sleek white interior of Casa Enrique and its metallic bar lined with white stools. Photo: Daniel Krieger

Le Grill de Joël Robuchon

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The front, more casual room at late chef Joel Robuchon’s new Chelsea venue gets ONE STAR.

Le Bar de Joël Robuchon Photo by Alex Staniloff

Rajesh Bhardwaj’s Indian fine dining restaurant has ONE STAR.

Junoon Photo: Facebook

L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

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The late chef Joël Robuchon’s French fine-dining re-entry into NYC earns TWO STARS.