Every 2024 MICHELIN-Starred restaurant in Florida

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When a restaurant earns a MICHELIN Star, it doesn’t just temporarily boost business—it can change the entire trajectory of a chef’s career and open doors for its staff. So it’s hard to overstate how important today is for the industry in Florida, and particularly for this special group of restaurants. 

Without further ado, here are this year’s 2024 MICHELIN Star selections—grab your table to go celebrate this massive achievement! 

Two Stars

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon (Miami)

One Star

Ariete (Miami)

Boia De (Miami)

Capa (Orlando)

Camille (Orlando)—NEW

Cote Miami (Miami)

Ebbe (Tampa)—NEW

ElCielo Miami (Miami)

EntreNos (Miami)—NEW

Hiden (Miami)

Kadence (Orlando)

Kōsen (Tampa)—NEW

Koya (Tampa)

Le Jardinier Miami (Miami)

Lilac (Tampa)

Los Félix (Miami)

Natsu (Orlando)—NEW

Ogawa (Miami)—NEW

Papa Llama (Orlando)—NEW

Rocca (Tampa)

Shingo (Miami)—NEW

Soseki (Winter Park)

Stubborn Seed (Miami Beach)

The Surf Club Restaurant (Surfside)

Tambourine Room by Tristan Brandt (Miami Beach)

Victoria & Albert’s (Orlando)—NEW

Green Star

Kaya (Orlando)—NEW

Los Félix/Krüs Kitchen (Miami)—NEW

MICHELIN Special Awards

Exceptional cocktails award: Justin Levaughn of Otto’s High Dive (Orlando)

Sommelier award: Gabriela Ospina of Boia De (Miami)

Service award: Israel Perez of Victoria & Albert’s (Orlando)

Young chef award: Tam Pham of Tâm Tâm (Miami)

To book these restaurants and explore all the MICHELIN Guide-rated restaurants, download the MICHELIN Guide iOS app.

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