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Mari, one of the new additions to Michelin’s 2022 starred list.
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NYC’s 2022 Michelin-Starred Restaurants, Mapped

Where to find the 72 restaurants awarded stars this year

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Mari, one of the new additions to Michelin’s 2022 starred list.
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There are 72 starred restaurants on Michelin’s 2022 guide to New York City. Just two new restaurants were elevated to two stars status this year: Italian fine dining destination Al Coro and Financial District tasting menu spot Saga. Seventeen restaurants were awarded single stars for the first time, replacing the 11 that either closed or were shut out of awards. There were no changes to the three-star category, which, aside from Eleven Madison Park, also includes the opulent Per Se, the French Japanese Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare, French seafood palace Le Bernardin, and sushi spot Masa, the country’s most expensive restaurant. Here’s where to find this year’s winners.

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Blue Hill At Stone Barns

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Dan Barber’s Westchester farm with a restaurant retained its two stars. The restaurant features tasting menus starting at $398.

A brick walkway neighbored by trees and lush plants leads into a lengthy brick house
The entrance to Blue Hill at Stone Barns.
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Sushi Noz

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This Upper East Side sushi temple maintained one star. An omakase at the 8-seat counter is $495. Prices are inclusive of service.

Chef Nozomu Abe stands behind the sushi bar with a giant live king crab.
Chef Nozomu Abe holding a giant live king crab.
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Jean-Georges Vongerichten's flagship French restaurant maintains its two stars. A six-course omnivore experience starts at $268, while the vegetarian version is $198. A ten-course omnivore experience is $338.

Masa Takayama's exorbitant Japanese restaurant has three stars. It remains the country’s only three Michelin-starred sushi spot. Dinner runs $750 to $950 per person. Prices are inclusive of service.

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Chef Masa Takayama.

Thomas Keller's restaurant in the Time Warner Center has three stars. Dinner ranges from $245 to $355. Prices are inclusive of service.

Per Se’s kitchen has three lights up top, white brick, and stainless steel counters.
The kitchen at Per Se.
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Daniel Boulud's Upper East Side French restaurant has two stars. Dinner is $185 or $275 per person.

Chef Daniel Boulud stands with his arms crossed in chef’s whites.
Chef Daniel Boulud in front of his eponymous Upper East Side restaurant.
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Hell’s Kitchen skewer spot Kochi nabs one star. Tastings are $135 per person.

Le Bernardin

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Eric Ripert's beloved seafood restaurant maintains three stars. A four-course menu is $195 per person. A tasting menu is $295 per person.

Le Bernardin’s dining room has a floral arrangement in the middle with white flowers, plus tables with white tablecloths
The dining room at Le Bernardin.
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Sungchul Shim has one-star for this sibling to Kochi. Find an omakase for $135, with an additional $105 for beverage pairing.

Uni lies above tuna in this hand roll, which sits on an ornamental red holder
An uni hand roll.
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The Modern

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Danny Meyer's Midtown restaurant with chef Thomas Allan has two stars. Dinner is $250 per person; a la carte small plates are available in the bar room.


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This Midtown Scandinavian restaurant from chef Emma Bengtsson has two stars. Tasting menus run $175 and $275, while a la carte offerings are available in the bar room.

Inside Aquavit, there is a giant potted plant in the foreground, bar stools, wooden floors, and a glass door can be seen in the distance.
Counter seating at Aquavit.

Caviar Russe

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This Midtown East fine dining restaurant has one star. A three-course menu is $175, while a six-course menu is $475.

Le Jardinier

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Joël Robuchon protégé Alain Verzeroli’s vegetable-forward Midtown restaurant retains one star.

The dining room at Le Jardinier, outfitted with granite countertop tables and tan furniture.
The dining room at Le Jardinier.
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Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare

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Cesar Ramirez's fine-dining counter retains its three-star rating. The French Japanese restaurant costs $430 per person.

Gabriel Kreuther

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Gabriel Kreuther's eponymous Midtown restaurant maintains two stars. Dinner runs $155 for three courses, or $185 per person, with an additional $255 chef’s tasting menu option.

Gabriel Kreuther stands in front of a sign that says the name of his restaurant.
Gabriel Kreuther stands in front of his eponymous Midtown restaurant.
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Le Pavillon

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Daniel Boulud, Michael Balboni, and Will Nacev earn one star for this ambitious menu at the One Vanderbilt address, where a seafood-heavy dinner starts at $135 for three courses.

Sushi Amane

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Midtown East sushi parlor Sushi Amane has one star. Dinner is $230 per person.

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

Sushi Yasuda

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This sushi favorite has one star. Omakase runs roughly $150 to $250 per person. Gratuities are now accepted here, following a longtime service-included policy.

Tempura Matsui

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This pricey Japanese tempura spot retained its one-star rating. Dinner is $220 per person. A shorter lunch menu is $80.

Tempura Matsui’s dining room has booths in the back and a bar up front
Booth seating in Tempura Matsui’s dining room.
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Joomak Banjum

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Chef Jiho Kim earned one star for his tasting menu, which starts at $170 per person, and four-course dinner menu at $95.

This intimate Korean fine-dining restaurant from Ellia Park and Junghyun Park keeps its two stars. Dinner is $375 per person at the chef’s counter.

The downstairs dining room and curved granite bar at Atomix during dinner service.
The downstairs dining room at Atomix.
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Chef Junichi Matsuzaki steps into the spotlight at Noz 17, earning one star for a 30-course tasting menu at a seven-seat sushi counter, an experience that starts at $400 before drinks and tip.

Casa Enrique

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Cosme Aguilar's Mexican restaurant retains one star. Dishes run $16 to $42. The excellent mole de piaxtla remains on the menu.

The sleek white interior of Casa Enrique and its metallic bar lined with white stools.
The bar at Casa Enrique.
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Al Coro

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Melissa Rodriguez earns two stars for the Jeff Katz-backed project (Crown Shy, Saga) in the former Del Posto space. The five-course option is priced at $195, while a seven-course $245 version features an additional pasta and entree.

Eleven Madison Park

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Daniel Humm’s Madison Square Park restaurant held onto its three stars. It now serves a vegan $365 tasting menu.

A high-ceilinged, elegant dining room with a blue painting hanging in the back.
The high-ceilinged dining room at Eleven Madison Park.
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Cote Korean Steakhouse

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The Korean steakhouse from owner Simon Kim and chef David Shim retains one star. The butcher’s feast, which includes four cuts of meat, runs $64. A la carte caviar and wagyu cuts are also available.

The dark interior of Cote’s dining room showing its cook-it-yourself table grills.
Tabletop grills and booth seating at Cote.
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Chef Shigeyuki Tsunoda’s one-star restaurant features a twice-nightly 20-course omakase at the sushi counter that starts at $365 per person.

This kaiseki stunner in Flatiron keeps its one star. A dinner menu is priced at $235 per person.

Chef Hoyoung Kim’s wood-fired Korean restaurant gets one star. The seven-course tasting menu is $135.

An order piece of sliced duck is arranged on a granite plate in a low-lit photograph.
The sliced duck course at Jua.
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Oiji Mi

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Chef Brian Kim earned one star for his restaurant with a five-course prix fixe menu priced at $135 per person. A la carte is available at the bar.


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Stefano Secchi’s wildly popular Italian restaurant now has one star. A la carte pastas are available, as is a $98 pasta tasting.

Uovo pasta, cappelletti, tagliolini al ragu sit on elegant blue and white plates at Rezdora.
An assortment of pastas at Rezdôra.
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Gramercy Tavern

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Restaurateur Danny Meyer and chef Michael Anthony's perennial favorite has one star. The tasting menu is $165.

The bar and dining room inside a dimly lit restaurant.
The barroom and dining room at Gramercy Tavern.
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Chef Yoshihiko Kousaka, a Jewel Bako vet, helms this sushi spot with one star. The omakase is $225 at the tables, or $250 at the bar, before supplements.

Don Angie

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One star for this Italian American restaurant from chefs Angie Rito and Scott Tacinelli.

A spread of Italian-American dishes arranged on a table at Don Angie.
An assortment of dishes at Don Angie.
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One star for the Unapologetic Foods crew, whose compelling regional Southern Indian dishes run from $9 to $48 each.

A red clay dish filled with snail shells and plated with nathai pirattal on a patterned tile background.
A dish at Semma.
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Casa Mono

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This Gramercy Spanish restaurant has one star. Small plates generally run $10 to $35.

A countertop with wine glasses and a plant vase at Casa Mono.
The bar top at Casa Mono.
Casa Mono

This one-star 14-seat counter from Brazilian chef Franco Sampogna and Portuguese restaurateur Bernardo Silva features a tasting menu that starts at $168 per person.

Red Paper Clip

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The one-star restaurant in which Himalayan and Chinese flavors intersect with French technique features a la carte options that start at $10 as well as tasting menu options.

Jeju Noodle Bar

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The city’s first noodle shop dedicated to Korean ramyun, from chef Douglas Kim, keeps its one star.

Slices of pork belly float atop a bowl of ramyun at Jeju Noodle Bar.
Slices of pork belly float atop a bowl of ramyun.
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Family Meal at Blue Hill

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Dan Barber's farm-to-table restaurant off Washington Square Park has one star. A family-meal style menu runs $145 per person.

A grey dining room with white table-clothed tables.
The white tablecloth dining room at Blue Hill.
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Sushi Nakazawa

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Famed Jiro trainee Daisuke Nakazawa is behind the counter at this West Village sushi restaurant with one star. Omakase sushi is $150 in the dining room, or $180 at the bar.


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This East Village sushi restaurant retains one star. The omakase runs $195 per person.


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Breezy Mexican restaurant Oxomoco in Greenpoint keeps its one star. Expect beef tartare tostadas, lamb barbacoa tacos, and sweet potato tlayudas.

The white and plant-filled restaurant dining room at Oxomoco.
The plant-filled dining room at Oxomoco.
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East Village kaiseki spot Tsukimi earns one star. Dinner is $265 per person.

The dining room at Tsukimi, outfitted with mirrors, custom hanging light fixtures, and wooden table seating.
The dining room at Tsukimi.


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Tadashi Yoshida’s one-star restaurant is named for the town in Japan where his father, Tomoo Yoshida, was born. The 20-course meal starts at $400 per person.

Chef Shaun Hergatt’s Soho seafood spot earns one star. Dinner might involve sushi rice with trout roe, tuna toast, hamachi crudo, or gnocchi with white prawns.

Four fish-shaped biscuits sit on a dark, charcoal-colored plate.
Fish-shaped biscuits at Vestry.

Momofuku Ko

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David Chang's East Village chef's counter keeps its two stars. The main dinner menu is $280, while a shorter tasting in the bar room runs $130. A la carte selections like cold fried chicken also available in the bar room.