Michelin Awards a Constellation of Stars in France!

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The announcement by Michelin of its newly starred restaurants and chefs—and this year sets a record! The country now boasts 616 restaurants that sparkle with the hard-earned stars.

While only one restaurant rose to the 3-star level, there were 12 that climbed to 2-stars. And the 57 brand new 1-star additions to the list crisscross the country from major cities to small towns.

Here’s a short list of some of the winners:

3 STARS
Courchevel – Le 1947 au Cheval Blanc

2 STARS
Bordeaux – Le Pressoir d’Argent (Gordon Ramsay)
Saint-Émilion – Hostellerie de Plaisance
Paris – Kei
Paris – La Table de l’Espadon  
Paris – Le Clarence

1 STAR
Aix-en-Provence – Mickael Feval
Aix-en-Provence – Pierre Reboul
(Hotel Château de la Pioline)

Biarritz / Arcangues – Atelier Gaztelur
Cahors – Château de Mercuès
Colmar – Girardin
Deauville – Maximin Hellio
Kayserbergs – L’Alchémille
Lorgues – Le Jardin de Benjamin (Hôtel Château de Berne)
Lyon – Jérémy Galvan
Lyon – Miraflores
Nimes – Skab
Paris – Les Jardins de l’Espadon
Paris – Restaurant du Palais-Royal
Paris – Sushi B
Paris – Restaurant H
Paris – Alliance
Paris – Divellec
Paris – Akrame
Paris – Le George (Hotel George V)
Paris – L’Orangerie (Hotel George V)
Paris – L’Archeste
Paris – La Scène Thélème
Pyla sur Mer – Le Skiff Club
Reims – Racine
Rouen – Rodolphe
St-Emilion – Logis de la Cadène
St. Jean-de-Luz – L’Océan (Grand Hôtel)
St-Rémy de Provence – Fanny Rey et Jonathan Wahid
St-Tropez – L’Olivier (Hotel La Bastide de St. Tropez)
Toulouse / Montrabé – L’Aparté
Trouville-sur-Mer – 1912 (Hotel Les Cures Marines)
Vence – Le Saint Martin