The "congrats" tweets are pouring in to Bay Area restaurants blessed with Michelin stars today, and, one imagines, the champagne and tears are flowing readily. Observe:

State Bird Provisions, as the above tweet indicates, earned its second star for decorated chef/owners Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski, who also snagged a first star for their sister restaurant the Progress. Eater had the early word on Mister Jiu's first star and Lazy Bear's second. Those two are particularly unusual in that Brandow Jew's new school Chinatown restaurant has only been open since April, and Lazy Bear, David Barzelay's Mission restaurant with its communal tables and dinner party vibe is a far cry from the usual Michelin script.

Two stars from @michelininspectors!!! Congrats to the whole team!

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The full list of winners has just emerged, which includes big news for Quince. The Jackson Square restaurant of Michael and Lindsay Tusk joins a small coterie of three-star restaurants in the area: Benu, the French Laundry, the Restaurant at Meadowood, Manresa, and Saison. There are just over 100 three-star restaurants in the world according to Michelin, and now the Bay Area has six of them, the same number as a little town called New York City.

San Francisco sushi restaurants Ju-ni and Hashiri each earned a star this year, although Kusakabe lost its star. Oakland was essentially overlooked: Commis kept its existing star, but that's it. Farther afield, San Jose portuguese restaurant Adega earned its first star.

The snubbed list, as far as the Chronicle sees it, includes In Situ, Cala, Petit Crenn, and Camino, although In Situ might simply be too new, and chef Corey Lee holds onto his three stars for Benu. Meanwhile, Atelier Crenn and Petit Crenn Chef Dominique Crenn also maintains her two stars, although as Eater points out, no woman chef currently holds three Michelin stars.

Below, the entire list, with new star awardees bolded. Last week we learned of the "Bib Gourmand" winners, a group who were not awarded stars but who were recognized by the Michelin Guide as good value bets.

Three Stars
Benu, San Francisco
The French Laundry, Wine Country
Manresa, Peninsula
Quince, San Francisco
The Restaurant at Meadowood, Wine Country
Saison, San Francisco

Two Stars
Acquerello, San Francisco
Atelier Crenn, San Francisco
Baumé, South Bay
Campton Place, San Francisco
Coi, San Francisco
Commis, Oakland
Lazy Bear, San Francisco

One Star
Adega, San Jose
Al’s Place, San Francisco
Aster, San Francisco
Auberge du Soleil, Wine Country
Aziza, San Francisco
Bouchon, Wine Country
Californios, San Francisco
Chez TJ, South Bay
Commonwealth, San Francisco
Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant, Wine Country
Gary Danko, San Francisco
Hashiri, San Francisco
Ju-ni, San Francisco
Keiko à Nob Hill, San Francisco
Kin Khao, San Francisco
La Toque, Wine Country
Lord Stanley, San Francisco
Luce, San Francisco
Madera, Peninsula
Madrona Manor, Wine Country
Michael Mina, San Francisco
Mister Jiu’s, San Francisco
Mosu, San Francisco
Mourad, San Francisco
Nico, San Francisco
Octavia, San Francisco
Omakase, San Francisco
Plumed Horse, South Bay
The Progress, San Francisco
Rasa, Peninsula
Solbar, Wine Country
Sons & Daughters, San Francisco
SPQR, San Francisco
Spruce, San Francisco
State Bird Provisions, San Francisco
Sushi Yoshizumi, Peninsula
Terra, Wine Country
Terrapin Creek, Wine Country
The Village Pub, Peninsula
Wako, San Francisco
Wakuriya, Peninsula

Previously: Ahead Of Michelin Guide Update, 11 New Bay Area Restaurants Receive 'Bib Gourmand' Nod