Michelin adds 11 restaurants to its New York dining guide
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The Michelin Guide has added 11 new restaurants to its New York dining guide. Located in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Hudson Valley, the guide’s new additions include Little Myanmar, a Burmese restaurant in the East Village, Peppercorn Station, a Szechuan restaurant in Midtown West, and the Apropos Restaurant at the Abbey Inn, a Mediterranean restaurant in Peekskill. No restaurants in the Bronx, Queens, or Staten Island were included in Michelin’s latest update, according to Eater New York.
The new restaurants can be found below:
- Agi’s Counter
818 Franklin Avenue, Brooklyn
- Apropos Restaurant at the Abbey Inn
900 Fort Hill Road, Peekskill, NY
60 East 49th Street, Manhattan
- Kingfisher (closed until further notice)
505 Rogers Avenue, Brooklyn
- Little Myanmar
150 East 2nd Street, Manhattan
153 East 53rd Street, Manhattan
- Monsieur Vo
104 2nd Avenue, Manhattan
- Peppercorn Station
66 West 39th Street, Manhattan
- Potluck Club
133 Chrystie Street, Manhattan
275 Mulberry Street, Manhattan
- Superiority Burger
119 Avenue A, Manhattan
These starred restaurants will be announced at a ceremony in Tribeca on November 7, according to Eater.
Michelin updates its list of recommended restaurants throughout the year. The New York guide currently includes over 400 restaurants added in previous years.
Michelin’s second-most recent dining guide update was early last month, which added restaurants in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and Westchester to the esteemed list. Highlights include the East Village’s Ariari, Columbus Circle’s Bad Roman, and more.