Michelin honors 17 Bay Area, NorCal restaurants as ‘new discoveries’

One of the Michelin shout-outs went to chef Chikara Ono and his Dela Curo at Swan’s Market in Oakland. (Photo courtesy of Dela Curo)

The dining world’s prestigious Michelin Guide on Wednesday named 17 restaurants in the Bay Area and Northern California as “new discoveries” — a prelude to the release later this year of its California stars.

The finds include a Japanese curry stand in Oakland, a Campbell steakhouse with Michelin cred, a chef-driven cafe in a Napa bowling alley, a historic Monterey property and Filipino and Russian cuisine specialists in San Francisco.

“We hope that these regular revelations and updates to

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