2017 Michelin Star Restaurant Reservations
A guide to the pricing and reservation information of Michelin Star restaurants
New York Michelin Starred restaurants signify the finest dining the world has to offer. New York has more Michelin Star restaurants than any city in America. Securing reservations can often be difficult and time consuming. The restaurant guide below contains information on each New York Michelin Starred tasting menu price, wine pairing price, and restaurant reservation information. 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".
The New York area was awarded six three-star Michelin restaurants in 2017. Thomas Keller’s Per Se, Le Bernardin, Jean-Georges, and Eleven Madison Park remain at the forefront of America’s best restaurants. Masa is the only three starred sushi restaurant in America. It’s also the most expensive restaurant, as you’re partially paying for Masa’s fish to be flown in daily from Japan. Finally, the Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare is a notoriously difficult reservation to obtain.
New York is also notable for the number of Michelin Star restaurants that are lacking a tasting menu. Uncle Boons even offers delivery! ZZ’s Clam Bar and Caviar Russe offer unique menus. Not all restaurants are exceptional though. Soto is rather average sushi with a waitstaff that lacks knowledge or care for their craft.
This Michelin guide represents the most complete Michelin Star restaurant information in New York 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. A map of these New York restaurants can be found on the NY Eater website. Don't forget to checkout the rest of the guides: San Francisco, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas.