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The San Francisco 2014 Michelin Guide Unleashed

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Michelin season continues: The 2014 Michelin Guide for the San Francisco Bay Area and Wine Country has been revealed, and with it, San Francisco has beat out new York City and Chicago for the American city with the most two-starred restaurants. Chef Michael Tusk's critically beloved Quince jumps from one star to two, while the just-revamped State Bird Provisions earned its first star this year. Three-star mainstays the French Laundry and the Restaurant at Meadowood retained their top honors.

Per Eater SF, a few restaurants found themselves on the hit list: Both La Costanera and Redd were demoted from one-star restaurants to the more casual Bib Gourmand list. Alexander's Steakhouse and Frances, meanwhile, both lost their stars.

Three stars
The French Laundry
The Restaurant at Meadowood

Two stars
Atelier Crenn
Baumé
Benu
Coi
Manresa
Quince
Saison

One star
Acquerello
All Spice
Ame
Auberge du Soleil
Aziza
Bouchon
Boulevard
Campton Place
Chez TJ
Commis
Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant
Gary Danko
Keiko a Nob Hill
Le Folie
La Toque
Luce
Madera
Madrona Manor
Michael Mina
Plumed Horse
Solbar
Sons & Daughters
SPQR
Spruce
State Bird Provisions
Terra
Terrapin Creek
The Village Pub
Wakuriya

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