NEW YORK The 2010 Michelin Guide for New York City on Monday gave Daniel Boulud’s restaurant Daniel a three-star rating, designating it as one of the most exceptional restaurants in the city. Daniel, which earned two stars last year, joins Jean Georges, Le Bernardin, Masa and Per Se in the 2010 guide's top echelon of three-star restaurants. "Earning a third star in the Michelin Guide feels like winning a Nobel Prize," Boulud said. "For a chef born, raised and trained in ...
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