Michelin Guide for NYC 2014 Mapped
When travelers and locals alike want to dine at the best restaurants a city has to offer, they turn to the Michelin Guide. Earning a coveted Michelin Star is akin to an actor winning an Academy Award. In New York City, where cuisine is king, a star from Michelin can have a drastic effect on the success of a Restaurant.
In the 2014 Michelin Guide, 67 restaurants earned stars, with seven topping the list with three stars, five earning two stars, and the remaining 55 taking home a respectable one-star rating. While that narrows the list down from the some 4,000-plus restaurants in New York City, there are still other factors to consider—cuisine, location, price, etc.
For your convenience, we’ve mapped out the locations of all of NYC’s Michelin-starred restaurants. Only interested in restaurants in Tribeca? No problem. Only want to see three-star restaurants? Simply uncheck any options you’re not interested in. Finding a Michelin-starred restaurant has never been easier.
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