Phone calls are going out today to restaurants who received coveted Michelin Guide 2013 stars. We'll update as the winners trickle in. But, as of right now, we can tell you that SPQR in the Fillmore received a (well-deserved) star for its fare care of Chef Matthew Accarrino (who took over after James Beard winner Nate Appleman ditched SF for New York City and, oddly enough, Chipotle). Behold:

Look back here at SFist for continuing updates throughout the day. Congratulations to all the winners! (And, alas, to those of you stripped of stars.)

Update: Dominique Crenn ‏just announced that Atelier Crenn nabbed two stars! Heavy.

Update II: Mission District gem Saison retained its two stars, at least according to Twitter chatter. In more pressing news, Saison's Joshua Skenes got to meet Samantha Micelli.

Update IV: Glory be, Sons and Daughters and Aziza retained their one-star statues.

Below, the 2013 Bay Area list in its entirety:


The French Laundry, Yountville
The Restaurant at Meadowood, St. Helena


Atelier Crenn, San Francisco
Baume, Palo Alto
Benu, San Francisco
Coi, San Franciso
Manresa, Los Gatos
Saison, San Francisco


Acquerello, San Francisco
Alexander’s Steakhouse, Cupertino
All Spice, San Mateo
Ame, San Francisco
Auberge du Soleil, Rutherford
Aziza, San Francisco
Bouchon, Yountville
Boulevard, San Francisco
Campton Place, San Francisco
Chez TJ, Mountain View
Commis, Oakland
Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant, Forestville
Frances, San Francisco
Gary Danko, San Francisco
Keiko a Nob Hill, San Francisco
La Costanera, Montara
La Folie, San Francisco
La Toque, Napa
Luce, San Francisco
Madera, Menlo Park
Madrona Manor, Healdsburg
Masa’s, San Francisco
Michael Mina, San Francisco
Plumed Horse, Saratoga
Quince, San Francisco
Redd, Yountville
Solbar, Calistoga
Sons & Daughters, San Francisco
SPQR, San Francisco
Spruce, San Francisco
Terra, San Francisco
Terrapin Creek, Bodega Bay
The Village Pub, Woodside
Wakuriya, San Mateo