Last night, notable food, wine and industry gathered at the famed Rainbow Room to celebrate the release of the 2019 Michelin Star recipients in New York City. The big apple went from 72 to 76 Michelin Starred restaurants, with several newcomers.

The Michelin Guide has been published for more than a century, and has become the bible for foodies worldwide. Receiving a Michelin Star is one of the highest honors, and can have a dramatic effect on a restaurant for years to come.

The list:

Three Stars (“Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey.”)

Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare
Eleven Madison Park
Le Bernardin
Masa
Per Se

Two Stars (“Excellent cooking, worth a detour.”)

Aquavit
Aska
Atera
Blanca
Daniel
Gabriel Kreuther (upgraded from 1 star)
Ichimura at Uchū  (upgraded from 1 star)
Jean Georges
Jungsik
Ko
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon (upgraded from 1 star)
Marea
The Modern
Sushi Ginza Onodera
Tetsu Basement (Closed)

One Star (“High-quality cooking, worth a stop!”)

Agern
Ai Fiori
Aldea
Atomix
Babbo
Bar Uchū
Bâtard
Blue Hill
Bouley at Home
CaféBoulud
Café China
Carbone
Casa Enrique
Casa Mono
Caviar Russe
Claro
The Clocktower
Contra
Del Posto
Faro
The Finch
Gotham Bar and Grill
Gramercy Tavern
Günter Seeger NY
Hirohisa
Jeju Noodle Bar
Jewel Bako
Junoon
Kajitsu
Kanoyama
Kosaka
Kyo Ya
L’Appart
Le Coucou  (first year)
Le Grill de Joël Robuchon
Meadowsweet
The Musket Room
Nix
Noda
NoMad
Okuda
Oxomoco
Peter Luger
The River Café
Satsuki
Sushi Amane
Sushi Inoue
Sushi Nakazawa
Sushi Noz
Sushi Yasuda
Tempura Matsui
Tuome
Uncle Boon’s
Wallsé
ZZ’s Clam Bar

To see the Michelin Guide, click here.