Michelin Stars Awarded and Annouced for San Francisco!

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It’s the land of winners here in San Francisco.  The Giants are the World Champions and as the Michelin stars were publicly announced today, the Bay now boasts the only 2 starred female chef in the United States, Dominique Crenn of Atelier Crenn.  Other notable changes was that Keiko a’ Nob Hill (one of HL’s favorite haunts), SPQR and All Spice in San Mateo also received 1 star.  Some sad departures but would could blame them were Fleur de Lys (is Hubert ever around anymore!?) and Etoile.

The full list here:

The Michelin Guide, San Francisco 2013
Italics indicate a new addition to the list or a promotion

*** Three Stars: (exceptional cuisine, “worth a special journey”)
French Laundry
The Restaurant at Meadowood

** Two Stars: (excellent cuisine, “worth a detour”)
Atelier Crenn
Baumé (Palo Alto)
Benu
Coi
Manresa
Saison

* One Star: (very good cuisine in its category)
Acquerello
Alexander’s Steakhouse (Cupertino)
All Spice (San Mateo)
Ame
Auberge du Soleil (Rutherford)
Aziza
Bouchon (Yountville)
Boulevard
Campton Place
Chez TJ
Commis
Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant (Forestville)
Frances
Gary Danko
Keiko à Nob Hill
La Costanera (Montara)
La Folie
La Toque (Napa)
Luce
Madera (Menlo Park)
Madrona Manor (Healdsburg)
Masa’s
Michael Mina
Plumed Horse (San Jose)
Quince
Redd (Yountville)
Solbar (Calistoga)
Sons & Daughters
SPQR
Spruce
Terra (St. Helena)
Terrapin Creek (Bodega Bay)
The Village Pub (Woodside)
Wakuriya(San Mateo)

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