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Chicago's Michelin-Starred Restaurants, Mapped

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On Tuesday, the Michelin Guide released its 2015 star ratings for Chicago. Here's a rundown of all of the restaurants on the list, in map form. Now it's easier to see how the choices are distributed across the city and which starred restaurants are in your neighborhood.

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Grant Achatz and Nick Kokonas' temple to molecular gastronomy in Lincoln Park is once again three-starred, but no longer the only one in town.

After chef Curtis Duffy's Grace made a splash with two stars in year one, it ascended to the coveted three-star level in year two.

Although Lettuce Entertain You's fine dining seafood restaurant is closing at the end of the year, it picked up two Michelin stars for the third straight year under chef Matthew Kirkley.

Sixteen

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This upscale, creative tasting menu spot in the Trump Hotel is two-starred for the second straight year.

42 Grams

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The 18-seat BYO tasting menu spot in Uptown has a rare two-star debut this year.

Ryan McCaskey's Acadia is one of only two restaurants on the South Side to be awarded a star. It's been starred all three years of the restaurant's existence.

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Paul Kahan's signature fine dining establishment on Randolph Row has been starred all five years Michelin has been in Chicago.

Boka, which closed for months to undergo a stunning remodel and menu revamp under new chef Lee Wolen, has now picked up a Michelin star all five years that the guide has been in Chicago.

EL Ideas

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Philip Foss' BYO destination in Douglas Park picked up a star for the second straight year.

Elizabeth Restaurant

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Chef Iliana Regan's ticketed "new gatherer" restaurant in Lincoln Square picked up a star in both years of its existence.

Everest Restaurant

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Long been a sky-high bastion of fine dining in the Financial District, Jean Joho's French restaurant earned a star again this year.

Goosefoot

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It's another year of recognition for chef Chris Nugent's BYO spot on Lawrence.

The Lobby

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Lee Wolen departed for Boka, yet The Lobby's star remained under new chef Seth Moliterno.

Longman & Eagle

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Michelin continues to be impressed with this whiskey, creative cuisine and sleepover spot in Logan Square.

Moto Restaurant

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Homaro Cantu's temple of molecular gastronomy in Fulton Market continues to evolve, and Michelin continues to recognize it.

Carrie Nahabedian's first restaurant continues to be a dining trailblazer for River North, and Michelin recognizes that.

North Pond

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Bruce Sherman's hideaway in the park was recognized by Michelin for the second year in a row.

Michael Carlson's unconventional restaurant on Ashland certainly offers a unique experience in an unexpected location, and Michelin again gives it a star.

Not only is Noah Sandoval's restaurant on Broadway the only gluten-free spot recognized, it's also the only restaurant in Lakeview to have a Michelin star.

Andrew Zimmerman continues to impress the Michelin inspectors in a location around the corner from Ogilvie Transportation Center.

Spiaggia

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Tony Mantuano's luxurious Italian restaurant in the Gold Coast is once again chosen by the Michelin guide after closing for a remodel and handing the kitchen reins to Chris Marchino.

Takashi

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Takashi Yagihashi's upscale Japanese fare is still drawing a star to Bucktown.

Topolobampo

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Rick Bayless' more upscale Mexican spot is still tops in River North, and is one of only three Michelin-starred Mexican restaurants in the country.

TRU is the only restaurant on the other side of Michigan Avenue to gain recognition from the Michelin Guide.

Alinea

Grant Achatz and Nick Kokonas' temple to molecular gastronomy in Lincoln Park is once again three-starred, but no longer the only one in town.

Grace

After chef Curtis Duffy's Grace made a splash with two stars in year one, it ascended to the coveted three-star level in year two.

L2O

Although Lettuce Entertain You's fine dining seafood restaurant is closing at the end of the year, it picked up two Michelin stars for the third straight year under chef Matthew Kirkley.

Sixteen

This upscale, creative tasting menu spot in the Trump Hotel is two-starred for the second straight year.

42 Grams

The 18-seat BYO tasting menu spot in Uptown has a rare two-star debut this year.

Acadia

Ryan McCaskey's Acadia is one of only two restaurants on the South Side to be awarded a star. It's been starred all three years of the restaurant's existence.

Blackbird