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Michelin New York 2006

Michelin New York is available Friday, but the stars are out ...

"Michelin’s stars: New York list," Financial Times, November 1, 2005

[N = NYT | M = MenuPages | O = OpenTable | G = Gayot | C = Citysearch]

3 stars

2 stars

1 star

No stars but in the book

Reactions

NYC's Michelin Restaurants," gothamist, November 1, 2005

"Big Red Lands: On Whether or Not to Care About Michelin," eater, November 2, 2005

"In Michelin's 1st Ratings of N.Y. Dining, Some Surprises," by Florence Fabricant, The New York Times, November 1, 2005

"Food (guide) fight: It’s Michelin vs. Zagat," by Pascale Le Draoulec, Daily News, November 2, 2005

"How come nobody ever talks about how totally obese the Michelin man is?" eat drink one woman, November 1, 2005

"Is New York Worth a Trip? Oui," by Florence Fabricant, The New York Times, November 2, 2005

Manhattan User's Guide says "the list is an embarrassment for Michelin. Of course no such list could satisfy everybody. But La Goulue and Fiamma Osteria each get a star and Chanterelle nothing? And where are all the two-star restaurants?" ... November 2, 2005

"A chef's surprise! Bistro owner stunned to be Michelin man," by Hugh Son, Daily News, November 3, 2005 ... "You'd expect chef-owner Saul Bolton to at least crack open a bottle of champagne after learning his Boerum Hill restaurant [Saul] earned a coveted star from the Michelin Guide. But Bolton merely gave his wife a kiss, thanked his staff, and cranked up the music at the Smith St. bistro that bears his name." ... we like this guy ...

"Michelin Takes On the City, Giving Some a Bad Taste," by Glenn Collins, The New York Times, November 3, 2005

Andrea Strong said: "My feelings about the Michelin guide are mixed, but mostly negative." ... "The Michelin Guide Hits New York City (LET’S SEND IT BACK!)", November 3, 2005

"Best part of the book, to me? The subway map inside the back cover is relatively to scale and shows, in the finest European style, which streets the trains run under." Twenty Bucks a Day, November 3, 2005

"It’s been 305 days since I first wrote about the red guide coming to New York City, and now I have finally the book in hand. In hindsight, the race for the story was much more exhilarating than the actual results." snack, November 4, 2005

"It's um, um good for boro: 2 eateries touted in Michelin guide," by Bob Kappstatter, NY Daily News, November 4, 2005

"Someone asked me yesterday what was my take on the Michelin Guides reviews? For New Yorkers, I truly think it is a non-event." ... her take: "Some good, some not." ... "Michelin Guide," Gotham Gal, November 6, 2005

"[A] $16.95, 480-page insult to the world's greatest dining city." ... "The book is so out of touch — and out of date — you wonder if its 'inspectors' even got off the plane at JFK." ... "The Idiots' Guide," by Steve Cuozzo, New York Post, November 7, 2005

"Star Wars: Did Michelin lower the bar for New York?" by Mike Steinberger, Slate, November 7, 2005

"Michelin Guide to New York City - Leaves a Bad Taste in Your Mouth," Opinionated About Dining, November 7, 2005

"In spite of the maelstrom of critical (and some downright ugly) press following the Michelin NYC guide’s debut, they’ll report a smashing success and complete sell out of the first 100,000+ books, necessitating a second printing." ... "hotsnack: Michelin the next release," November 21, 2005




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