30 restaurants in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and Westchester are joining The MICHELIN Guide New York City and Westchester, serving pasta to regional South Indian fare.
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MICHELIN Guide Inspectors spend all year on the road uncovering the best restaurants to recommend—and what they’ve found is too good to keep a secret. Whet your appetite with a sneak peek of the 2022 MICHELIN Guide New York—30 new additions across Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and Westchester. All new Bib Gourmands and Stars will be announced later this autumn. Bon appétit!
Chef Hari Nayak is the man in charge of Priyanka Chopra-Jonas’ buzzy restaurant venture. With a few global operations under his belt, Chef Nayak turns out dishes with novel inflections.
Peak (Midtown West)
Dinner at Peak, next door to The Edge at Hudson Yards, stands above the competition in this high-end complex, and while the crowd of mostly tourists and business types is largely here for those views, the food is far from a concession.
The Lambs Club (Midtown West)
Housed within the stylish Chatwal Hotel, the restaurant brings genuine culinary chops to the neighborhood, thanks to chef Michael White and his talented team.
San Carlo Osteria Piemonte (Soho)
This osteria offers some of the most authentic regional Italian in town focusing on the Piemonte region bordering Switzerland and France. Naturally, dishes reflect a unique blend of influences.
If the decor doesn’t give it away, the menu will. It’s all about seafood here, albeit with a Mexican bent. The aguachiles present a pick your own edible adventure, allowing diners to select seafood or go fish-free.
Sobre Masa (Bushwick)
Every meal at this Bushwick tortilleria must begin with a basket of chips and guacamole. The chips are freshly fried, made in-house in the same kitchen where you can watch the team nixtamalize, mill and knead heritage Mexican corn into beautiful, soft tortillas.
Clover Hill (Brooklyn Heights)
The talented chef Charlie Mitchell cooks with irresistible suaveness and confidence, making the most out of top-rate ingredients, delicious sauces and thoughtful combinations.
Place des Fêtes (Clinton Hill)
This Clinton Hill hangout, courtesy of the talented team behind Oxalis cooks as great as it pours, and both the food and the wines lean Spanish.
Risbo (Prospect Lefferts Gardens)
A “Parisian rotisserie with a Brooklyn vibe” seems a perfectly apposite way to describe this affable escape from chef/owner Boris Ginet.
Zaab Zaab (Elmhurst)
Elmhurst is rich with talented Thai kitchens, but this one stands out for its fiery Isan-style cooking and prowess with seafood. It would be a mistake to show up without friends – or at least a very serious appetite.
La Casa Bronxville (Bronxville)
Chef Victor “Erik” Lopez worked closely with Chef Cosme Aguilar at Casa Enrique, and his focused carte is an ode to fine Mexican cuisine. Tacos take on an especially delicious turn, while brisket with smoky onions is luscious and tender.
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Muhammara is a zingy walnut and red pepper dip that originated in Syria and is eaten across the Levant. This version is from NYC new addition Sami & Susu, on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
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