Taste Matters

The Freedom of Cooking In America, or, How the Duo at Dhamaka Learned Not to Compromise

I was fishing for vegetables in the sambar one night at Semma, a new Southern Indian restaurant in the West…

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Resy Spotlight

What Will Dining Be Like in 2022? Here Are Six Things to Watch

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Interviews

David Tanis on Building Lulu, and Making a New Debut in L.A.

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New to Global Dining AccessNew York

Crown Shy, Atoboy, Sylvia’s, and More: A Can’t-Miss Guide to Accessing New York’s Best

Against all odds, restaurants came roaring back this year after a dizzying gauntlet of reinvention. The return came as a…

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New to Global Dining AccessLos Angeles

Damian, Olivetta, Pasjoli, and More: A Can’t-Miss Guide to Accessing L.A.’s Best

Against all odds, restaurants came roaring back this year after a dizzying gauntlet of reinvention. The return came as a…

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The Best of 2021: Hit Lists From Coast to Coast


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Best of The Hit List

Owamni, Estelle, Black Walnut Bakery, and More: Twin Cities Dining’s Best in 2021

The RundownAtlanta

Five Things to Know About JoJo’s Beloved Cocktail Lounge in Midtown

Before you go to a restaurant, what do you want — or need — to know most? In our series,…

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InterviewsSan FranciscoNational

These S.F. Restaurateurs Want You to Understand a Few Things About Dining Right Now

Ask any restaurant worker what the past two years have been like, and you’re bound to hear variations on the…

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GuidesNew York

The Resy Guide to Cozy Noodle Soups in New York

And … it’s cold again. The holidays are over, New Year’s come and gone, and all we have to look…

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The Hit ListParis

The Paris Hit List, Fall 2021 Edition: Café Compagnon, Ama Siam, Mokoloco, and More

Contrary to popular belief, Parisians don’t subsist on French food. What’s more, what has come to define French fare in…

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GuidesNew York

The Resy Guide to New York’s New Pasta Guard

As a city with red sauce coursing through its veins, it’s safe to say New York has never lacked in…

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Rustic Canyon

Dish By DishLos Angeles

How Andy Doubrava Made Rustic Canyon’s Menu His Own, In Six Dishes

When Andy Doubrava took over as executive chef of Rustic Canyon in 2019, it was an easy transition. He and…

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The RundownNew York

Welcome to Semma, the Latest Hit From the Same Team Behind Dhamaka and Adda

Before you go to a restaurant, what do you want — or need — to know the most? In our…

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Resy SpotlightNationalLondon

How Basque Burnt Cheesecake Took Over The World

The night was still young in the Basque country, and the American woman couldn’t believe what she was hearing. She…

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Dish By DishNew York

How Rangoon’s Myo Moe Evokes Burmese Nostalgia, Through Five Dishes

In a city that’s home to at least 156 cuisines, and infinitesimal regional differences therein, Burmese food has remained something of…

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Helping OutNew Orleans

‘As Beautiful As It Ever Was’: Chef Nina Compton Says It’s Time To Return to New Orleans

When Hurricane Ida hit New Orleans, chances are you likely saw photos of an empty French Quarter. Or footage of…

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Resy SpotlightMinneapolis

One of Minneapolis’ Newest, Hottest Restaurants Is Also One of the Country’s Most Important

“At this point, we don’t have any available reservations.” “We’re going to open up the next round of reservations in…

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Behind the LineNational

From Charlotte, a Plan to Make Food Festivals More Equitable

Subrina and Greg Collier, owners of the acclaimed Charlotte restaurant Leah & Louise, have a succinct way of explaining what’s wrong…

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Chef FeaturesLondon

Caribbean Cuisine Is Worthy of Respect as Any In The World. Why Won’t Britain Acknowledge That?

Caribbean culture is an amalgamation of communities – the indigenous Amerindian tribes (such as the Carib, Arawak, and Taíno), West…

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Hippo

The RundownLos Angeles

At Highland Park’s Hippo, It’s Like a Dinner Party Every Night

Before you go to a restaurant, what do you need to know most? In our series The Rundown, we’re sharing…

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Photo EssaysNew York

Gage & Tollner Through the Years, Via Its Menus

There’s a particular art to reading a restaurant through its menus. And if some change constantly, the one thing you…

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GuidesNew York

The Resy Guide to Late-Night Dining in New York

After about 9:30 p.m, something starts to happen at restaurants. Lights tend to dim and playlists tend to go one…

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The Hit ListDenverAspen

The Essential Spots For Colorado Dining, Winter 2022 Edition

There’s nowhere like Colorado in the wintertime. Whether you’re a Mile High City resident or just visiting the mountains for a ski weekend, you’re in for…

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GuidesLondon

London’s Best Restaurants and Bars For a Date

Whether you’re married with kids, or swiping left and right, looking for the one, there are few questions more enduring…

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GuidesLondon

Ten Outstanding Prix Fixe Menus in London

For the terminally indecisive and/or frugal, the set menu or prix fixe is a life saver. All that time saved…

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Resy LineupNew York

The Resy Lineup: A Pasta Lunch Tasting, Lunar New Year Happenings, and Olmsted’s New Prix-Fixe Menu

Welcome back to the Resy Lineup, your weekly dose of recommendations on what to eat, drink, and see. In this edition:…

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GuidesSydney

The Resy Guide to the Ultimate Byron Bay Road Trip

Thinking of making the trip north? Just as well, as the Northern Rivers are as beautiful as anywhere you’ll find…

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Chef FeaturesCharleston

Yes, Shiki Is Charleston’s Oldest Sushi Restaurant. But It’s Got a New Shine.

James Park grew up in Charleston, S.C. in the ’90s and early 2000s. He used to take the bus after…

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Community SeriesChicago

A Chef’s Guide to Eating on Chicago’s South Side, From Pilsen to West Roseland

Walking through neighborhoods like Beverly, Englewood, Chatham, and Hyde Park, you can’t help but see the rich history of Chicago’s…

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Community SeriesChicago

Chicago’s South Side Is the Future, and I Want to Be a Part of It

Chicago native Cliff Rome is the chef and owner of the Rome’s Joy companies. His words follow. It was right…

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GuidesNew York

The Resy Guide to Outdoor Dining in New York

Is winter the best season to lap up New York’s new wave of pandemic-induced alfresco dining? That’s certainly up for…

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