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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 full list of Michelin stars for New York restaurants in 2021 has just been announced. There is no question that the past year was a hard one for New York City restaurants, but five city restaurants nevertheless held onto the highest rating of three stars, described as "worth a special journey." No restaurants dropped stars - the ones that fell off the list were restaurants that closed - and there were seven new one-stars, described as "worth a stop."

Gourmands come from all over the city, and indeed the world, to enjoy three-star restaurants. But for residents of the following buildings, the journey is 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. Ai Fiori
2. Bâtard
3. Benno
4. Blue Hill
5. Carbone
6. Casa Enrique
7. Casa Mono
8. Caviar Russe
9. Claro
10. The Clocktower
11. Contra
12. Cote
13. Crown Shy
14. Don Angie
15. Estela
16. The Four Horsemen
17. Francie
18. Gramercy Tavern
19. Hirohisa
20. Jeju Noodle Bar
21. Jua
22. Kajitsu
23. Kanoyama
24. Kochi
25. Kosaka
26. L’Appart
27. Le Coucou
28. Le Jardinier
29. Marea
30. Meadowsweet
31. The Musket Room
32. Noda
33. Odo
34. Oxalis
35. Oxomoco
36. Peter Luger
37. Rezdôra
38. The River Café
39. Sushi Amane
40. Sushi Ginza Onodera
41. Sushi Nakazawa
42. Sushi Noz
43. Sushi Yasuda
44. Tempura Matsui
45. Tsukimi 46. Tuome
47. Vestry
48. Wallsé
49. ZZ’s Clam Bar

Chef's-Table-01 Images via Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare
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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 $395 per person plus tax, change to reflect seasonal produce.
35-Hudson-Yards-01 All images of 35 Hudson Yards via Oxford/Related Property Group
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From the listing: Enter this remarkable 10,171-square-foot "compound in the sky" that encompasses the entire 90th floor by private elevator landing. No detail was overlooked in this expertly planned residence boasts ceiling heights up to 14 feet and lavishly finished, 7.5-inch-wide, French oak floors. The dining room easily seats 12, and opens directly onto one of the city's most magical private terraces, 454-square-foot with room for alfresco dining and lounge furniture with views that span from the Atlantic Ocean to Central Park on the horizon. See floor plan and full details here.

15-Hudson-Yards-1 All images of Fifteen Hudson Yards via Scott Frances
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From the listing: This is one of the last remaining penthouses on the coveted southeast corner of Fifteen Hudson Yards, where the views for miles extend past the Hudson River, Statue of Liberty, Freedom Tower and East River bridges to include, on a clear day, the Atlantic Ocean! From the moment you open the door to the wide art foyer, you are stunned by the wide open vistas. The giant great room with ceilings up to 10'10" and 13 floor-to-ceiling windows frame unforgettable Hudson River and Manhattan skyline views. The separate eat-in kitchen features a grand marble island, Bulthaup cabinetry with large pantry and Miele appliances including double ovens and wine storage, with a comfortable breakfast room for casual dining. See floor plan and full details here.

Eleven-Madison-Park-01 All images of Eleven Madison Park via Eleven Madison Park
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Eleven Madison Park recently took the culinary world by storm with the announcement that it will no longer serve meat or seafood when it reopens on June 10 (it is currently open for pickup). What will not change, 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. The restaurant will offer a 12-course plant-based tasting menu, but guests are welcome to visit the bar for an abbreviated tasting menu, lighter bites, or a cocktail.
5-West-24th-Street-01 All images of 10 Madison Square West via Douglas Elliman
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From the listing: Impeccably custom-designed by renowned architectural design firm, MNA in partnership with interior designer Matthew Caughy, this exquisite 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom residence is among the most sought after layouts at one of Manhattan's most coveted addresses, 10 Madison Square West. The expansive gallery opens into a bright and airy great room, with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the tree tops of Madison Square Park and out over the city skyline with panoramic views of the MetLife Clock Tower, New York Life Building and other iconic landmarks. See floor plan and full details here.

Le-Bernardin-01 All images via Le Bernardin
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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 of five reviews. Between the Bentel & Bentel redesign, fresh ingredients, and powerhouse culinary team, it is easy to see why. Tasting menus range from $220 per person for a vegetarian option to $425 per person for a chef's tasting menu with wine pairings.
53-West-53rd-Street-1 All images of 53W53 via Douglas Elliman
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From the listing: Gracious proportions and ceilings ranging up to approximately 11 feet set the awe-inspiring stage for world-renowned designer Thierry Despont's masterfully conceived interiors. Bespoke detailing typically reserved for privately commissioned homes abounds, while a rich yet soft palette of museum-quality finishes imbues each space with both modern glamour and timeless elegance. The proper entry gallery gives way to the generous corner living room, lined on two sides with floor-to-ceiling windows that artfully frame north- and east-facing views. See floor plan and full details here.

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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. Visitors are advised to allow two hours for the full dining experience.
15-Central-Park-West-01 All images of Time Warner Center via Core NYC
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From the listing: Introducing 9A, a one-of-a-kind home boasting all four exposures, this bespoke residence has been completely redesigned by Jeffrey Beers, offering the highest quality of design, scale and architecture. Two years in the making, the space was transformed from the ground up with thoughtfully considered, dynamic elements that are complemented by a luxurious palette of materials expertly engineered, artfully crafted, and masterfully executed. Upon entering, you are welcomed into this sun-drenched, four-bedroom home through a proper foyer which leads to the central gallery. Breathtaking southern and eastern exposures of Central Park are showcased in the generously-sized living room, dining room, library and kitchen. See floor plan and full details here.

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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 (service is included).
15-West-61st-Street-01 All images of The Park Loggia via Corcoran
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From the listing: High floor three bedroom with loggia and expansive views of Central Park and Columbus Circle. A gracious entry gallery with wide plank white oak floors leads to a chef’s kitchen featuring a quartzite countertop, breakfast bar and full Miele appliance package, including double ovens and a wine refrigerator. The primary bedroom has access to the outdoor space, features a large walk-in closet and spacious five-fixture marble bathroom. Two additional south-facing bedrooms, a powder room, and GE washer and vented dryer complete the package. See floor plan and full details here.

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