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Your Guide to 2022 NYC Michelin-Starred Restaurants on Tock

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By Morgan Carter
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On October 6th, the Michelin Guide announced its 2022 Michelin Guide New York. Seventy-three restaurants received Michelin starred status this year, 19 of which received the honor for the first time. Check out the New York restaurant honorees that are available to book on Tock and get to celebrating.

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Eleven Madison Park

Three Stars

Eleven Madison is now the only vegan restaurant in the world with three stars with its innovative plant-based menu.

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Masa

Three Stars

The Columbus Circle institution maintained its three star status, thanks to chef Masa’s incredible omakase experience.

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Per Se

Three Stars

Opened in 2004, Per Se is Thomas Keller’s acclaimed interpretation of The French Laundry.

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Aquavit

Two Stars

At Aquavit, Emma Bengtsson interprets Nordic cuisine with extraordinary care.

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Aska

Two Stars

Swedish for “ashes,” Aska is influenced by chef Fredrik Berselius’ Scandinavian homeland.

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Atera

Two Stars

Atera honors the poetry of nature and creativity in pursuit of an immersive sensory dining experience.

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Atomix

Two Stars

Helmed by husband-and-wife team, chef Junghyun and Ellia Park, Atomix is inspired by Korean traditions and technique.

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Blue Hill at Stone Barns

Two Stars

Sourcing from the surrounding fields and pasture, Blue Hill at Stone Barns highlights the abundance of the Hudson Valley.

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Jungsik

Two Stars

Chef Jungsik Yim wows with modern and contemporary Korean cuisine.

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Frevo

One Star

Frevo is an elegant take on contemporary cuisine curated by Brazilian chef Franco Sampogna and Portuguese restaurateur Bernardo Silva.

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icca

One Star

Chef Kazushige Suzuki serves a seasonal and innovative omakase menu, using the finest fish from the Toyosu Market in Japan.

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noda

One Star

Chef Shigeyuki Tsunoda’s traditional omakase comes to life at the half moon chef’s counter.

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Noz 17

One Star

At the seven-seater hinoki wood counter, chef Junichi Matsuzaki transports diners to another world.

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Sushi Amane

One Star

Hidden below its sister restaurant, Sushi Amane stuns with omakase that showcases the finest ingredients.

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Sushi Ginza Onodera

One Star

Offering drama with each plate, Sushi Ginza Onodera NYC is a high-end restaurant that serves omakase-style sushi in an intimate, elegant setting.

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Sushi Noz

One Star

Advancing Edomae-style sushi, chef Chef Nozomu “Noz” Abe personally attends to each guest, serving daily omakase at and his eight-seater counter.

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Tsukimi

One Star

Located in the heart of the East Village, Tsukimi offers a modern take on kaiseki, a multi-course Japanese dinner.

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YOSHINO

One Star

At Yoshino, every piece is considered, including the 360-year-old sushi counter sourced from Kiso District of Nagano prefecture.

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Check out the full list of winners here

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