S.F. Bests The Entire U.S. With Most Michelin Stars Per Capita

Eat your heart out, New York City! Our beloved San Francisco has landed itself as the only U.S city on a new round-up of towns with the most world-class restaurants (deemed so by the number of Michelin stars per 100,000 residents). The list, published by HuffPo SF, puts San Francisco at number 16, right in between Tokyo and Geneva on a Top 20 list of the Most Michelin-Starred Restaurants In The World. To come up with the rankings, the number crunchers discarded cities with fewer than 100,000 residents and NYC came up short thanks to some of the city's less glittery boroughs (if Manhattan was considered alone, it would come in at #7). So, just which restaurants helped put our city on the tasty map? Coi, Acquerello, Ame, Aziza, Boulevard, Campton Place, The Dining Room at the Ritz Carlton, Fleur de Lys, Frances, La Folie, Luce, Masa's, One Market Restaurant, Quince, Saison, and Spruce! Head over to the the link below to read up on the 19 other delectable international cities that made the list!

Photo: Quince
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