Here Are The 2014 Michelin Stars For Italy

The Michelin Guide is the longest running, and most established, restaurant ratings service in the world. It started in France in 1900, and now publishes 24 guides around the world. New York has their own guide, as does Tokyo, London, San Francisco, Germany and Spain. France takes their little red book the most seriously, and rightly so. It's the O.G. and most influential in a country that counts dining out as a national pastime. But what about Italy, a country that invented the slow food movement and arguably places less emphasis on celebrity chefs and international cooking competitions — they placed 20th in this year's Bocuse d'Or, one place ahead of Sri Lanka? We can sense a collective shrug.

Regardless, the results are in and there is very little change at the top. One restaurant has been elevated to three stars (Reale — not to be confused with Relae), while three were elevated to two: Villa Feltrinelli, Devero Ristorante and Locanda Don Serafino. The three star selections and updates below. And read our interview with Heinz Beck, The Roman Master Chef You Probably Don't Know. Unless You're Roman. Read the full results on Eater.

Three Stars

Piazza Duomo

Da Vittorio

Dal Pescatore

Le Calandre

Osteria Francescana

Enoteca Pinchiorri

La Pergola


New Two Stars

Locanda Don Serafino

Devero Ristorante

Villa Feltrinelli

New One Stars

Petit Royal

Locanda dell'Angelo

I Caffi

Il Portale

Dac a trà

La Présef

San Martino


Il Ridotto

Spinechile Resort




Maso Franch


'L Chimpl

La Buca

La Zanzara


Castello di Fighine

Antonello Colonna Labico


Terrazza Bosquet



Angelo Sabatelli


Antonio Abbruzzino