Missed your favorite Michelin-starred restaurant? Here are some NYC Michelin Restaurants Open to for Dine In and Takeouts! With some new entrants for 2021, you will find this guide a great start to your next great meal!  New entrants to the single-star category include Rezdora, Stefano Secchi’s, Don Angie, and Kochi, to name a few.


NYC Michelin Restaurants


These restaurants are not awarded the Michelin-star for anything. Check out some of them through the list below:


1. Sushi Noz

Sushi Noz created a more casual delivery menu with blue fin tuna, salmon don, and squid karaage. You can even mix-and-match your maki sets with a price ranging from $25 to $55. You can order via Took or Caviar.


2. Masa


They are known to be the most expensive sushi restaurant in the country, and now they are open for delivery. Chef masa Takayama is the Chef behind this three-Michelin-starred resto. At $800, you can buy make-your-own temaki boxes composed of fish, nori, rice, and caviar.


3. Marea


You can now enjoy your lobster and burrata salad, fusilli with braised octopus, and red wine-braised short ribs in this one-Michelin-star seafood restaurant. They have opened their doors for free dinner service.


4. Daniel


Named after Daniel Boulud, Daniel recently opened for outdoor dining. This, after opening Daniel Boulud Kitchen, where you can order takeout and delivery items. The same menu is used for both delivery and free dining services. You can get a three-course list for only $95.


5. Aquavit


Aquavit offers both takeout and outdoor dining for their mouth-watering Swedish dishes. Order their full smorgasbords with assorted herrings, shrimp salad, and egg salad for $75 to $95. Chef Emma Bengtsson is the one behind this two-Michelin-starred Scandinavian Restaurant.


6. The Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare


Choose your take- out and delivery from these choices: fresh Alaskan king crab salad with little gem lettuce, chicken soup with truffles and foie gras, Norwegian langoustines with Japanese rice and scallions and green tea tiramisu. There is no chef’s counter for these three Michelin-starred restaurants, but it surely tastes as delicious as it is.


7. Gabriel Kreuther


The restaurant might be closed, but they opened their online chocolate shop, so prepare your pockets because you might spend a lot on it.


8. Sushi Ginza Onodera


Sushi Ginza Onodera is now open for takeout. Enjoy your favorite sea eel rolls, sanshoku don box with tori, uni, and salmon, and you even order a make-your-own temaki hand roll for only $350. Chef Kazushige Suzuko is making a go in this current pandemic.


9. Sushi Amane


Enjoy their new “patio omakase course” for only $120 per person. This selection includes four small dishes, five pieces nigiri and Tamago. You can dine on their patio through reservations. You can make your reservation from 5:30 pm to 10 pm from Tuesday to Saturday through Resy. Walk-ins are accepted but can only order their a la carte menu. Dine-in clients are also limited to 90 minutes only.


10. Sushi Yasuda


Their full menu is available for takeout and delivery. They have modified their omakase selections, beer, sake, and wine. It would be best to call ahead and place an advanced order. They are open every day.


11. Kajitsu


Missed their bento boxes? Miss them no more because their bento boxes with vegetarian and meat offerings are not available for pick up and delivery.


12. Atomix


Here’s another faved from our list of NYC Michelin restaurants, from Chef’s counter to takeout and delivery – Chef Junghyun Park and Ellia Park surely made a pivot. Nonetheless, they still have great dishes starting with a four-course menu for only $125. You can even add sea urchin and caviar (both for $45).


13. Casa Enrique


Outdoor dining is now available in Casa Enrique from 4 pm to 10 pm daily. They also serve brunch service every Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 3:30 pm/ Enjoy their Mexican dishes like their mole de piaxtla.


14. Cote


Craving for their steak? Their luxury meats like their dry-aged ribeye and Japanese wagyu are now available for home-cooking. They also offer ready to eat options which you can enjoy in their outdoor tables.


15. Odo


Japanese style food in an outdoor dining set-up – Chef Hiroki Odo does not fail to recreate his sought after dishes. You can enjoy deep-fried skewers, grilled and pan-fried yakimono, and several noodle dishes. Their outdoor dining has a capacity of 22 people and is open from Monday through Saturday from 5:30 pm to 9 pm.


NYC Michelin Restaurants Open to for Dine In and Takeouts


If you’re travelling through-out New York and want to find other great restaurants, you can always check-out this guide on Michelin restaurants in New York. If you’re searching for more Local NYC restaurants, or need ideas on what to eat, be sure to search local restaurants near you here on Local.nyc

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