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Tokyo's Tsuta joins the coveted ranks of sushi haunts and kaiseki temples.
David Kinch's Manresa got a serious upgrade.
Every year the list seems to ignore places that everyone knows are good.
The annual guide is out.
The guide announces its list of 133 affordable spots.
Not even Noma, which still rocks two.
Chicago's Grace is the latest restaurant to receive the honor.
Chefs Corey Lee and Joshua Skenes join the three-star club.
The chef is just the second woman in the U.S. to hold two Michelin stars.
The chef needs to figure out how to please critics, inspectors, and list-voters whose tastes practically demand forward-thinking cuisine while simultaneously pleasing his regular clientele.
Daniel lost a star, Blanca gained one, and Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare remains on top.
Anne-Sophie Pic will open two Manhattan restaurants in 2015.
It was just like "losing a girlfriend."
A few newly minted chefs join the Michelin-starred club this year.
Bib Gourmand restaurants are defined as those that "offer two courses and a glass of wine or dessert for $40 or less."
“If I was hungry walking by, I’d buy it with pleasure.”
L2O's journey from three stars to one to two.
In a year of great openings, Michelin list loses a few more.