Congratulations to The Michelin 2019 winners in California! After nearly a decade, Michelin has returned to Los Angeles and revealed its first all-California guide on Monday, June 3rd, 2019, awarding 90 restaurants with stars. 

If you are looking for an opportunity to work at a Michelin-starred restaurant, check out these current opportunities

 

Three Stars

Atelier Crenn (San Francisco)

Benu (San Francisco)

Manresa (Los Gatos)

Quince (San Francisco)

SingleThread (Healdsburg)

The French Laundry (Napa Valley)

The Restaurant at Meadowood (Saint Helena)

 

Two Stars

Acquerello (San Francisco)

Baumé (Palo Alto)

Californios (San Francisco)

Coi (San Francisco)

Commis (Oakland)

Lazy Bear (San Francisco)

n/naka (Los Angeles)

Providence (Los Angeles)

Saison (San Francisco)

Somni (Los Angeles)

Sushi Ginza Onodera (Los Angeles)

Urasawa (Los Angeles)

Vespertine (Los Angeles)

 

One Stars

Addison (San Diego)

Al's Place (San Francisco)

Angler (San Francisco)

Aster (San Francisco)

Auberge du Soleil (Rutherford)

Aubergine (Monterey)

Bar Crenn (San Francisco)

Birdsong (San Francisco)

Bistro Nas (Los Angeles)

Bouchon (Yountville)

Campton Place (San Francisco)

Chez TJ (Mountain View)

Commonwealth (San Francisco)

CUT (Los Angeles)

Dialogue (Los Angeles)

Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant (Forestville)

Gary Danko (San Francisco)

Hana Re (Costa Mesa)

Harbor House (Wine Country)

Hashiri (San Francisco)

Hayato (Los Angeles)

In Situ (San Francisco)

Ju-ni (San Francisco)

Kali (Los Angeles)

Kato (Los Angeles)

Keiko à Nob Hill (San Francisco)

Kenzo (San Francisco)

Kin Khao (San Francisco)

Kinjo (San Francisco)

La Toque (Napa)

Le Comptoir (Los Angeles)

Lord Stanley (San Francisco)

Luce (San Francisco)

Madcap (Marin)

Madera (Menlo Park)

Madrona Manor (Healdsburg)

Maude (Los Angeles)

Maum (Palo Alto)

Michael Mina (San Francisco)

Mister Jiu's (San Francisco)

Mori Sushi (Los Angeles)

Mourad (San Francisco)

Nico (San Francisco)

Nozawa Bar (Los Angeles)

Octavia (San Francisco)

Omakase (San Francisco)

Orsa & Winston (Los Angeles)

Osteria Mozza (Los Angeles)

Plumed Horse (Saratoga)

Protegé (South Bay)

Q Sushi (Los Angeles)

Rasa (Burlingame)

Rich Table (Burlingame)

Rustic Canyon (Santa Monica)

Shibumi (Los Angeles)

Shin Sushi (Los Angeles)

Shunji (Los Angeles)

Sons & Daughters (San Francisco)

Sorrel (San Francisco)

SPQR (San Francisco)

Spruce (San Francisco)

State Bird Provisions (San Francisco)

Sushi Yoshizumi (San Mateo)

Taco María (Costa Mesa)

Terrapin Creek (Bodega Bay)

The Kitchen (Sacramento)

The Progress (San Francisco)

The Village Pub (Woodside)

Trois Mec (Los Angeles)

Wako (San Francisco)

Wakuriya (San Mateo)

Don't see any job openings at your favorite Michelin-starred restaurants? Sign into your Culinary Agents' account and follow them, so you can be the first to know when they do. Also, explore additional opportunities with the winners from previous years as well as other cities.

 

2019 Michelin star recipients in the rest of the US: