2021 New York New MICHELIN Stars


Get ready to eat at these 7 newly-Starred restaurants in New York

Congratulations to the seven new One-Michelin-starred restaurants that have joined the New York Michelin Guide this year! You can learn about newbies to the guide here. Here you can find all the restaurants that have earned one star in the Michelin New York Guide.


The name Tsukimi refers to the Mid-Autumn Harvest Festival to commemorate the fullest and brightest moon. With this seasonal approach in mind, Chef Takanori Akiyama has a very personal experience with proper kaiseki.


Rezdôra offers authentic, regionally oriented Italian cuisine. Thanks to Chef Stefano Secchi, the quality and design are always impressive.


Chef Hoyoung Kim has worked at Jungsik in Seoul and New York, and has expertly incorporated Western influences into his fixed-price Korean menu.

Don Angie

Chef partners Angie Rito and Scott Tacinelli create a contemporary Italian-American menu with a truly global twist. For dessert, think sourdough and fior di latte mochi. They handle powerful flavors with creativity and finesse.


Chef Sungchul Shim and his team use expert skewers, Korean ingredients and bold, exciting ingredients to create a truly special experience where technique and personality go hand in hand.


New York-native chef Chris Cipollone excels at balancing interesting flavors and textures, and his expertise is evident in contemporary pasta dishes, his signature Pithivier, and sauces in every dish.


At the helm of the kitchen is the talented chef Shaun Hergatt, whose previous adventures at SHO Shaun Hergatt and Juni are very familiar to New Yorkers. The menu exudes elegance, and its spirit remains the combination of Asian ingredients and classic French techniques.

Hero image: Tsukimi's sesame tofu. Photo courtesy of Tsukimami