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The New York City 2011 Michelin Guide Unleashed

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The Michelin New York 2011 dining guide—which is apparently growing in importance—will hit the shelves tomorrow with its verdicts on which restaurants deserve the guide's coveted stars, but reps have sent over a preview today, revealing the city's big winners and losers. The big news this year is that Perry Street was the only restaurant to lose a star this year, so big ups to everyone else (sadface JGV) on keeping things copacetic.

The three star circle—which includes Daniel, Per Se, Masa, Le Bernardin, and Jean Georges—remains untouched. Meanwhile, the Chef Table at Brooklyn Fare (the first Brooklyn inclusion), Marea, the excellent Kajitsu, and Soto joined the two star club. Even with the departure of the famed celeb chef from the restaurant (as if he were there anyway), Gordon Ramsay at the London clung on to its two stars, while Del Posto and Eleven Madison Park (both four star Times restaurants) remain stuck in the one star category. See here to compare the list to last year's and see the full Michelin 2011 rankings below.

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