Food last week Share Tweet Pin Share Michelin has announced its 2019 stars for New York City, awarding 76 food establishments with one or more Michelin stars. This year, the renowned restaurant guide inducted 11 new names to the list and elevated the star status of five restaurants from the 2018 list: Gabriel Kreuther, Kosaka, Le Coucou, Sushi Nakazawa and Tuome. The highest Michelin distinction of three-stars was awarded to five restaurants: Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare, Eleven Madison Park, Le Bernardin, Masa and Per Se. Also worth mentioning is that Tetsu Basement, which was awarded its first two-star rating, closed over a month ago. This is the 14th year of Michelin’s annual NYC guide, which notably awards stars to restaurants, not chefs. Restaurants are awarded zero to three stars based on ratings by anonymous food critics, dubbed “inspectors,” who visit restaurants unannounced. Take a look at the full list of 2019 Michelin Star restaurants for New York City below. Three Stars (“Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey.”) Chef’s Table at Brooklyn FareEleven Madison ParkLe BernardinMasaPer Se Two Stars (“Excellent cooking, worth a detour.”) AquavitAskaAteraBlancaDanielGabriel KreutherIchimura at Uchū Jean GeorgesJungsikKoL’Atelier de Joël RobuchonMareaThe ModernSushi Ginza OnoderaTetsu Basement (Closed) One Star (“High-quality cooking, worth a stop!”) AgernAi FioriAldeaAtomixBabboBar UchūBâtardBlue HillBouley at HomeCafé BouludCafé ChinaCarboneCasa EnriqueCasa MonoCaviar RusseClaroThe ClocktowerContraDel PostoFaroThe FinchGotham Bar and GrillGramercy TavernGünter Seeger NYHirohisaJeju Noodle BarJewel BakoJunoonKajitsuKanoyamaKosakaKyo YaL’AppartLe CoucouLe Grill de Joël RobuchonMeadowsweetThe Musket RoomNixNodaNoMadOkudaOxomocoPeter LugerThe River CaféSatsukiSushi AmaneSushi InoueSushi Nakazawa Sushi NozSushi YasudaTempura MatsuiTuomeUncle Boon’sWallséZZ’s Clam Bar On the other side of the food world, Pringles just launched turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie flavor chips for Thanksgiving.