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MICHELIN Guide 2023 - New York, Chicago and Washington - A new three-MICHELIN-Star restaurant

12 restaurants earn MICHELIN Stars for the first time

  • Chicago’s Smyth earns three MICHELIN Stars

  • New York restaurants odo and Sushi Noz each receive two Stars

  • Inspectors award new Green Stars in New York and Chicago

The first MICHELIN Guide Ceremony bringing together New York, Chicago and Washington definitely packed a punch, with a new three-MICHELIN-Star restaurant and two new two-Stars.

Chicago’s Smyth was awarded its third MICHELIN Star, and New York restaurants odo and Sushi Noz each took home two Stars. Chicago’s Daisies received a MICHELIN Green Star, as did Dirt Candy and Family Meal at Blue Hill in New York.

“The famously anonymous MICHELIN Guide inspectors delivered huge news to punctuate a one-night-only celebration for these three culinary communities – buzzing with excitement and emotion, support and encouragement,” said Gwendal Poullennec, the International Director of the MICHELIN Guides. “These milestone announcements solidify these cities as some of the best places in the world to visit for culinary adventures.”


  • Smyth steals the show, but Daisies commands spotlight with Green Star

  • Inspectors name two new MICHELIN-Starred eateries in the Windy City

  • Selection comprises 154 restaurants and 38 types of cuisine

“The inspectors have been carefully monitoring the progress at Smyth, especially since it earned two MICHELIN Stars in 2017,” Gwendal Poullennec said. “They unanimously decided that now is the time to reward the restaurant, Chefs John Shields and Karen Urie Shields, and their staff for delivering peak creativity, precision and teamwork. This is an elite restaurant.”


  • 8 New York eateries receive MICHELIN Star awards for first time

  • Dirt Candy and Family Meal at Blue Hill earn MICHELIN Green Stars

  • Selection comprises 421 restaurants and 62 types of cuisine

“The rise of odo and Sushi Noz has been swift and stunning,” Gwendal Poullennec said. “These restaurants boast exquisite ingredients and intricate preparation, capped off with the meticulous presentation and attentive service.”


  • 25 restaurants receive MICHELIN Stars, including two new 1-Stars

  • Selection comprises 123 restaurants and 37 types of cuisine

“The MICHELIN Guide inspection team is delighted add the international flavors of Causa and Rania to the Washington selection of Starred establishments,” Gwendal Poullennec said. “These world-class restaurants blend tradition with innovation to deliver a delicious meal and memorable experience.”

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