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Michelin Releases Guide To Dining In New York City

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Michelin recently released its 2014 guide to New York City dining on a dime, offering suggestions for restaurants serving up good value. NY1's Valarie D'Elia filed the following report.

A heaping helping of star power recently appeared at Michelin's gala event to introduce its 2014 restaurant guide for New York – Michelin Stars, to be exact. A total of 67 were awarded this year out of a total of 930 restaurants recognized covering 61 different types of cuisine.

Seven of those restaurants earned the lofty three-star billing, designating exceptional cuisine, as dished out by celebrity chefs such as Daniel Boulud of Daniel and Eric Ripert of Le Bernardin.

In another galaxy altogether are more budget-oriented bites. The Bib Gourmand symbol recognizes meals for $40 or under, such as Miss Mamie's Spoonbread Too in Morningside Heights.

Whether the meals cost $40 or $400, the standards are basically the same as sniffed out by anonymous inspectors.

200 restaurants were singled out for serving up great eats for $25 or less. My Upper East Side neighborhood favorite, Nick's Pizza, is a repeat winner despite having to contend with a drop in business due to ongoing Second Avenue Subway construction.

"People around the world really respect the Michelin brand, the Michelin name, so we're honored to be a part of that and we're happy that people come back for us," says Danny Marquez, the manager of Nick's.

Other restaurants in the under-$25 category include the Meatball shop on the Lower East side and El Paso Taqueria in East Harlem.

For all the 2014 Michelin restaurant winners, go online to
michelintravel.com.

As is common practice in the travel industry, Travel With Val often receives complimentary travel or reduced "media" rates at hotels, resorts and attractions, including those that may be featured in these reports. Such consideration is not taken in exchange for any express or implied promise or understanding of any nature, particularly regarding the content of these reports. These reports only feature travel providers personally recommended by Valarie D’Elia in the exercise of her independent editorial judgment, and do not represent the endorsement of Time Warner Cable or any third party.
 
 
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