Four New Restaurants Have Been Added to the Chicago Michelin Guide This Year, Including Two in the City of Chicago Itself.



Four New Restaurants Have Been Added to the Chicago Michelin Guide This Year, Including Two in the City of Chicago Itself.

Fourteen Chicago restaurants are included in this year’s Michelin Guide, including four new ones!

Four of those establishments have been awarded stars and they include Alinea (3 Stars), revu at EDITION Hotel Los Angeles – Property Richipher House(2)) CanlisJapanese immigrants who opened their restaurant along with Whatcom Creek fountains opposite Point Ellice Lighthouse in Bellingham Washington between efficacy avenue North & Main Street Southwest

The renowned Alinea, 1723 N. Halsted St., was again chosen as the only restaurant to earn three stars in this year’s rankings and has been one of Chicago’s most celebrated establishments since it first opened its doors 12 years ago under Chef Grant Achatz who is famous for his ultra-modern cooking style that defines what ‘molecular gastronomy’ really means today!

“It is hard to believe that there was a time when the Michelin Guide didn’t think Alinea had any great restaurants. The chef has been working wonders with his food and flavors, making them more exciting than ever before! He’s also really into resin sculptures as starters–it’ll be tough choosing between this custom-made piece or one made out of chocolate.”

Four of our favorite restaurants just got better!

Claudia, a historic Chicago restaurant that has been serving up sophisticated dishes to locals and visitors alike since the early 1950s is now taking its place as one of America’s best restaurants. This “über cool” spot on Damen Avenue was named after Chef Trevor Teich’s mother who unlike many chefs nowadays actually cooked dinner every night for him when he was growing up!

The menu features some unforgettable flavors like preserved egg yolk paired with squid ink madeleines; yellowfin tuna meat density filling out nigiri stuffed with w/foie gras

The inspector notes say that Chef Jenner Tomaska and his wife, Katrina Bravo have lofty ambitions for their atelier. They are joined by co-owner of Esmé 2200 N Clark St., where they lay bare the details to make sure every dish is executed with precision.”

When you dine at Galit, Chef Zach Engel brings his experience to bear on this personal brand of modern Middle Eastern cuisine. His dishes are rooted in tradition but contemporary in style-a perfect pairing for today’s foodie forward customer!

Kasama, a new restaurant in Oriole’s wake launched by former chefs of COVID-19 and Genie Kwon. The first thing you’ll notice when walking into this place are all those bright colors on display – it feels almost as if they’re giving off light themselves! There is so much creativity put into each dish here; there truly isn’t anything boring about them at all

The menu features many different types of foods such us salvation (spreads), flame-kissed pita bread accompanied with flavorful creampuffs made from locally sourced ingredients including jewel-tone tenderloin tips which will melt in your mouth straight away…

The inspector notes say that this dining experience “evolves” to represent what the couple had envisioned for their event. It is an ambitious, clever, and distinct mix of Filipino traditions with contemporary flavors thanks in part due to its talented team who have been trained throughout their careers at various restaurants across Asia – including some world-renowned ones!

The following is the full list of 23 restaurants that made this year’s guide:

Three Stars:

  • Alinea, 1723 N. Halsted St.

Two Stars:

  • Ever, 1340 W. Fulton Market
  • Moody Tongue, 2515 S. Wabash Ave.
  • Oriole, 661 W. Walnut St.
  • Smyth, 177 N. Ada St., No. 101

One Star:

  • Boka, 1729 N. Halsted St.
  • Claudia, 1952 N. Damen Ave.
  • EL Ideas, 2419 W. 14th St.
  • Elizabeth, 4835 N. Western Ave., Unit D
  • Elske, 1350 W. Randolph St.
  • Esmé, 2200 N. Clark St.
  • Galit, 2429 N. Lincoln Ave.
  • Goosefoot, 2656 W. Lawrence Ave.
  • Kasama, 1001 N. Winchester Ave.
  • Mako, 731 W. Lake St.
  • Next, 953 W. Fulton Market
  • North Pond, 2610 N. Cannon Dr.
  • Omakase Yume, 651 W. Washington Blvd.
  • Porto, 1600 W. Chicago Ave.
  • Schwa, 1466 N. Ashland Ave.
  • Sepia, 123 N. Jefferson St.
  • Temporis, 953 N. Ashland Ave.
  • Topolobampo, 445 N. Clark St.

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