MICHELIN Guide for the San Francisco Bay Area & Wine Country 2011

We, the folks of the San Francisco Bay area, are extremely fortunate to live in such a beautiful area and enjoy the bounty of this incredible land. Then again, we pay for it. No such thing as a free lunch and that helps separate the wheat from the shaft if you catch my drift! It is expensive to live here but you get what you pay for, right? Right!

I just had to say that because in the following list you might have to get a loan to enjoy these restaurants. Worth it? Maybe…maybe not, I guess that all depends on you. I have only been to a couple of the restaurants on this list. The Dining Room at the Ritz Carlton and One Market. Both are One Stars. Poor me, I know.

If you got the dough to blow, these are the places to do it at! Dream big folks and just remember… you can’t take it with ya!

Three Stars:

The French Laundry

The Restaurant at Meadowood

Two Stars:

Coi

Cyrus

Manresa

One Star:

Acquerello

Alexander’s Steakhouse

Ame

Applewood

Auberge de Soleil

Aziza

Baumé

Bouchon

Boulevard

Campton Place

Chez TJ

Commis

The Dining Room at the Ritz Carlton

Dio Deka

étoile

Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant

Fleur de Lys

Frances

Gary Danko

La Folie

La Toque

Luce

Madera

Madrona Manor

Masa’s

Mirepoix

Murray Circle

One Market

Plumed Horse

Quince

Redd

Saison

Santé

Solbar

Spruce

Terra

Ubuntu

The Village Pub

Wakuriya

2011 Michelin Guide for the San Francisco Bay Area (you can make your reservations here)

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~ by fogcityfoodie on October 27, 2010.

One Response to “MICHELIN Guide for the San Francisco Bay Area & Wine Country 2011”

  1. Oh my…this list is kinda scaring me. Happy Halloween! 🙂

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