Michelin Guide for NYC 2016 Mapped

Written By Stephanie Lovelle | January 20, 2016 | Published in How To NYC, NYC Lifestyle
Michelin star 2016

New Yorkers love praising their food just as much as they love eating it. But for restaurants around the city, the pinnacle of success isn’t achieved through various Instagrammed photos of their food but through receiving a (or two or three) prestigious Michelin Star. Elegran’s mapped a few of 2016’s Michelin Star NYC star achievers, based on different neighborhoods around the city.

Each restaurant was received either one (a great pick within its cuisine category), two (worth the stop if you’re in the neighborhood), or three (an outstanding and necessary experience) stars.

Here’s what you should note with the color coded map:

Blue: Seafood


CranberryNew American

Purple: Indian

Orange: New Zealand

Red: Mexican

Grey: Thai

Black: Japanese

Yellow: British

Brown: French

 And don’t forget to check out the full list of restaurants and their star ratings!

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