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Italy 2012 Michelin Guide Announced; Bottura Gets Three

Time for another Michelin announcement: this time it's Italian restaurants getting stars bestowed upon them. The big news is Massimo Bottura's Modena restaurant Osteria Francescana received its third star, and was the only new three-star restaurant in Italy this year. There are now seven Italian restaurants that can boast three stars.

Four restaurants — Principe Cerami in Taormina, L’Olivo in Capri, Quattro Passi in Massalubrense, and Oliver Glowig in Rome — got bumped up to two stars, while a whopping 33 restaurants received their first star. Below, the full list of restaurants receiving new stars this year.

Three Stars
Osteria Francescana, Modena

Two Stars
Principe Cerami, Taormina
L’Olivo, Capri
Quattro Passi, Massalubrense
Oliver Glowig, Rome

One Star
La Clusaz, Gignod
Magione Papale, L’Aquila
Loro, Trescore Balneario
I Portici, Bologna
Cielo, Ostuni
Da Nadia, Castrezzato
Alpenroyal Gourmet, Selva di val Gardena
Johannes Stube, Nova Levante
La Siriola, Alta Badia
Il Centro, Priocca D'Alba
La Rei, Settalunga D'Alba
Coria, Caltagirone
Il Palagio, Florence
Ora d’Aria, Florence
Acquacotta, Saturnia
Dattilo, Strongoli
La Magnolia, Forte del Marmi
Bellevue, Taormina
Al Pont de Ferr, Milan
Alice, Milan
Unico, Milan
Sud, Quarto
Pascia, Invorio
La Palta, Borgonovo val Tidone
La Bandiera, Civitella Casanova
Lunasia, Tirrenia
Atman, Pescia
Pascucci al Porticciolo, Fiumicino
La Sponda, Positano
Locanda Severino, Caggiano
Al Ferarut, Rivignano
Quadri, Venice
L’Approdo, Hotel Cala del Porto, Vibo Valentia

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