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Last week the reputable list of Michelin star restaurants was released, we took a look at real estate near the city's five 3-star restaurants Last week the reputable list of Michelin star restaurants was released, we took a look at real estate near the city's five 3-star restaurants
It may sound funny to have a tire company be the defining source for restaurant recommendations, but hear us out: Starting in 1900, the Michelin guide started as a free resource for motorists, offering advice on cars and places to stay on long drives. But as time passed, it started to recommend restaurants and rate the excellence of the kitchens. The star system we know today was in place a short time later, and the guide was soon devoted completely to dining.

American restaurants have only been eligible to earn Michelin stars since 2005, but the rating quickly became the ultimate mark of prestige for restaurateurs and diners alike. The 2020 Michelin stars were just announced, and five New York restaurants achieved the highest rating of three stars, which is described as "exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey." However, for residents of the following apartments, the "special journey" is a distance of no greater than one mile.

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

1. Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare
2. Eleven Madison Park
3. Le Bernardin
4. Masa
5. Per Se

Two Stars (“Excellent cuisine, worth a detour”)

1. Aquavit
2. Aska
3. Atera
4. Atomix
5. Blanca
6. Blue Hill at Stone Barns
7. Daniel
8. Gabriel Kreuther
9. Ichimura at Uchū
10. Jean Georges
11. Jungsik
12. Ko
13. L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon
14. The Modern

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

1 Agern
2 Ai Fiori
3 Aldea
4 Bar Uchū
5 Bâtard
6 Benno
7 Blue Hill
8 Bouley at Home
9 Carbone
10 Casa Enrique
11 Casa Mono
12 Caviar Russe
13 Claro
14 The Clocktower
15 Contra
16 Cote
17 Crown Shy
18 Del Posto
19 Estela
20 The Finch
21 The Four Horsemen
22 Gotham Bar and Grill
23 Gramercy Tavern
24 Hirohisa
25 Jeju Noodle Bar
26 Jewel Bako
27 Kajitsu
28 Kanoyama
29 Kosaka
30 L’Appart
31 Le Coucou
32 Le Jardinier
33 Marea
34 Meadowsweet
35 The Musket Room
36 Nix
37 Noda
38 Nomad
39 Odo
40 Okuda
41 Oxalis
42 Oxomoco
43 Peter Luger
44 The River Café
45 Satsuki
46 Sushi Amane
47 Sushi Ginza Onodera
48 Sushi Inoue
49 Sushi Nakazawa
50 Sushi Noz
51 Sushi Yasuda
52 Tempura Matsui
53 Tuome
54 Ukiyo
55 Uncle Boon’s
56 Wallsé
57 ZZ’s Clam Bar

Chef's-Table-01 Images via Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare
Brooklyn Fare started out as a market to meet the needs of an increasingly residential Downtown Brooklyn neighborhood, seeking to combine gourmet offerings, approachable prices, and the atmosphere of an old-school grocer. A borough away, its Chef's Table is a communal dining experience set around a kitchen counter. The courses on the Japanese and French-inspired tasting menu, which is priced at $362.21 per person, change to reflect seasonal produce.
15-Hudson-Yards-1 All images of Fifteen Hudson Yards via Scott Frances
15-Hudson-Yards-2 Dining area and kitchen
15-Hudson-Yards-3 Master bedroom
Magnificent penthouse on the southeast corner of Fifteen Hudson Yards looks out on panoramic views of the Hudson River, the Manhattan skyline, and the Statues of Liberty through floor-to-ceiling windows. The Great Room has soaring ceilings, and a separate eat-in kitchen is outfitted with a grand marble island, Bulthaup cabinetry, and Miele appliances. The south-facing master suite features four large closets and a windowed bath with soaking tub and separate shower. See floor plan and full details here.

635-West-42nd-Street-1 Atelier via River 2 River Realty
464-West-44th-Street-1 Chatham 44 via Compass

Eleven-Madison-Park-01 All images of Eleven Madison Park via Eleven Madison Park
In the eight years since Daniel Humm and Will Guidara have run Eleven Madison Park, the restaurant has considerably evolved in terms of food, experience, and ambiance. Some constants, though, are its location at the base of a historic Art Deco building, its views of Madison Square Park, and its inspirations from local culture and ingredients. An 8-10 course tasting menu in the dining room costs $335 per person, but guests are welcome to visit the bar for an abbreviated tasting menu or lighter bites.
23-East-22nd-Street-1 All images of One Madison via Compass
23-East-22nd-Street-2 Kitchen
23-East-22nd-Street-3 Master bedroom
Upon arriving via keyed elevator, a grand gallery with a 182-bottle wine cellar leads to a massive corner Great Room with 11' ceilings and stunning views of Madison Square Park, the Empire State Building, and Hudson Yards. An open plan kitchen offers custom cabinetry, marble countertops, and full suite of state-of-the-art appliances. The master suite boasts double exposures, a double-sided fireplace, a separate seating area, and bath with custom marble vanity and glass-enclosed stall shower. See floor plan and full details here.

150-East-23rd-Street-1 Celeste Gramercy via Cantor-Pecorella
33-East-22nd-Street-1 33 East 22nd Street via Flat Iron Real Estate

Le-Bernardin-01 All images via Le Bernardin
Named for an order of monks devoted to good wine and food, seafood restaurant Le Bernardin got its start in Paris in 1972. New York diners welcomed it with open arms in 1986: It earned a four-star review from The New York Times three months after its opening, and has never dropped a star over the course five reviews. Between the Bentel & Bentel redesign, fresh ingredients, and powerhouse culinary team, it is easy to see why. Tasting menus range from $170 per person for a vegetarian option to $373 per person for a chef's tasting menu with wine pairings.
53-West-53rd-Street-1 All images of 53W53 via The Corcoran Group
53-West-53rd-Street-2 Kitchen
53-West-53rd-Street-3 Master bath
Located near the top of a Jean Nouvel-designed tower, this one-of-a-kind residence looks out on postcard-perfect views of Central Park, the Hudson River, and the Manhattan skyline. Interiors by Thierry Despont boast a gracious entry hall, massively scaled living room, windowed chef's kitchen, and high-end finishes. The palatial master suite features Central Park views and a spacious, luxurious bath. See floor plan and full details here.

135-West-52nd-Street-1 135W52 via Compass
162-West-56th-Street-1 Carnegie Plaza via Rise Media/The Corcoran Group

Masa-01 All images via Masa
Chef Masayoshi Takayama has come a long way from his family's fish market in Japan to a restaurant on the top dining floors of the Time Warner Center across from Central Park. The simple decor of the sushi counter and restaurant is intentionally sparse to act as a blank canvas for the masterfully prepared dishes made from seasonal ingredients. The dinner price is $595 per person, but as per the Japanese custom, tips are not expected or accepted for its exceptional hospitality.
25-Columbus-Circle-1 All images of Time Warner Center via Douglas Elliman
25-Columbus-Circle-2 Dining area and kitchen
25-Columbus-Circle-3 Master bedroom
Custom duplex near the top of Time Warner Center boasts nearly 14-foot ceilings, custom lighting, Crestron smart home system, enormous open-plan living room, and dramatic views of Central Park and the city skyline. The living/dining area flows seamlessly into a designer kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances and open bar counter. Both levels are connected by a stylish staircase, which leads to a grand master suite with motorized shades and lighting. See floor plan and full details here.

30-West-63rd-Street-1 30 Lincoln Plaza via Compass
310-West-56th-Street-1 310 West 56th Street via Compass

Per-Se-01 All images of Per Se via Thomas Keller
On the opposite coast from Thomas Keller's world-famous Napa restaurant The French Laundry, diners at Per Se enjoy similar fine dining and exquisite wine pairings. Despite its location in one of the busiest sections of New York, diners still enjoy an intimate environment with spectacular Central Park views. No ingredient is ever repeated throughout the nine-course chef's tasting menu, which costs $355 per person.
80-Columbus-Circle-1 All images of Residences at the Mandarin Oriental via Sotheby's
80-Columbus-Circle-2 Kitchen
80-Columbus-Circle-3 Master bedroom
Perched at the top of a five-star hotel, two residences were combined into one extraordinary penthouse with museum-quality finishes, custom lighting, soaring ceilings, luxurious materials, and spectacular views of Central Park, the Hudson River, the East River, and the Manhattan skyline. The Great Room features floor-to-ceiling windows, marble floors, stately columns, and a hidden television. At the opposite end, a lavish master suite boasts ebony doors, marble floors, a sitting area, an office, multiple closets, and a luxurious bath with soaking tub and separate shower. See floor plan and full details here.

555-West-59th-Street-1 Element via Rise Media/The Corcoran Group
2-Columbus-Avenue-1 2 Columbus Avenue via Rise Media/The Corcoran Group
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