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New Michelin-Starred Restaurants in Miami

The third edition of the Florida Michelin Dining Guide has officially announced its award winners. Miami dominated the list that includes expensive, upscale restaurants for a second year that that took home the coveted star awards.

The gold standard guide of restaurant reviews consists of a three-star rating system with one-star considered “very good restaurant in its category,” two-star considered “worthy of a detour,” and three-star deemed a “special journey.” There is also the Bib Gourmand status, an unstarred category given to high-caliber restaurants that serve a two-course meal for around $50 a person.

New one-star winners in Miami, Ogawa, EntreNos and Shingo 

For a third year in a row, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon maintained its two-star status as the only two-starred restaurant in the United States.

Ten one-star winners from 2023 retained their one-star status:

  • Ariete, upscale American and Cuban cuisine in Coconut Grove.

  • Boia De, an eclectic American restaurant with Italian influences just north of the Design District.

  • Cote, a Korean steakhouse in the Miami Design District.

  • Elcielo Miami, experiential Colombian cuisine

  • Hiden, “hidden” omakase restaurant in Wynwood.

  • Le Jardinier, a vegetable-focused restaurant by Joël Robuchon alumni in the Miami Design District.

  • Los Felix, Mexican seafood and tacos in Coconut Grove.

  • Stubborn Seed, an American tasting-menu-focused restaurant by a Top Chef winner in South Beach.

  • The Surf Club Restaurant, American comfort food from Thomas Keller in Surfside.

  • Tambourine Room By Tristan Brandt, a tasting-menu-only modern take on classic French cuisine with Asian influences.


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