2017 Michelin Star Restaurant Reservations
A guide to the pricing and reservation information of Michelin Star restaurants
Michelin Starred restaurants signify the finest dining the world has to offer. Updated yearly, one Michelin Star denotes a "A very good restaurant in its category", two Michelin Stars "Excellent cooking, worth a detour", and the prestigious three Michelin Stars "Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey".
Securing reservations at Michelin Star restaurants can often be difficult and time consuming. I'm hoping to ease that process with a directory of Michelin Starred restaurants in Las Vegas (below) with a link to the restaurant's website, link to their menu, tasting menu price, wine pairing price, how far in advance they accept reservations, and reservation links to Open Table. If you find this guide helpful, please leave a comment below.
It's important to note that Michelin suspended the their reviews of Las Vegas restaurants in 2010. The list below represents the restaurants that recieved Michelin Stars in 2009, with updated pricing and reservation info for 2016. Notable restaurants include Joel Robuchon's flagship restaurant. Although the restaurant is extremely expensive, Jiro Ono (of Jiro Dreams of Sushi fame) mentions Joel Rouchon as the world's best chef. Guy Savoy and Michael Mina are also highly regarded amongst foodies.
Disclaimer: I did my best find accurate information for the restaurants, but there will no doubt be some inaccuracies. If you find something that's not quite right, please leave a comment below. More information about Michelin Star Restaurants can be found on Wikipedia. Don't forget to checkout the rest of the guides: San Francisco, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Washington, D.C..