Photo courtesy Tuome, one of the starred restaurants in New York.

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The Resy Guide to 2021 Michelin Winners in New York

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Bibendum is back in New York, a statement that seems downright surreal after the past year. The French-owned guide paused its awards amid the pandemic, but announced earlier this month that both its much-cherished stars and other awards, including the Bib Gourmands, would return in the United States this spring.

Below are the New York restaurant honorees that are available to book on Resy — from newly starred hits (Jua! Kochi! Francie!) to the established heavyhitters (Le Bernardin! Ko!) to a host of excellent Bib Gourmands, a designation meant to represent more casual and affordable dining (Xilonen! Thai Diner!). Meantime, you can see the complete list here, and as always, you can find further restaurants recommendations worldwide via the MICHELIN Guide app.

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