A few dishes from La Brasserie

Resy Spotlight

The Timeless Joy of French Restaurants

I’m seated in the far-right corner booth of the recently opened La Brasserie on a particularly gray late afternoon in…

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Valentine’s Day

2023 James Beard Nominees


Guides

The Resy Guide to 2023 James Beard Award Nominees in D.C.

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The Los Angeles Restaurant Nominees For the 2023 James Beard Awards

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South Florida’s Nominees For James Beard Awards in 2023

A dish Meridian in Dallas.

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The Resy Guide to the 2023 James Beard Nominees in Texas

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The Bay Area’s Nominees For the 2023 James Beard Awards

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Obélix, Kasama, and Mi Tocaya Antojeria Lead Chicago’s 2023 James Beard Award Nominees

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New York City’s Nominees for the 2023 James Beard Awards

The ClassicsNational

Look to a Memphis Landmark to See the Future of American Restaurants

In the summer of last year, I had some very meaningful time off from my chef duties, traveling with my…

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Resy Spotlight

In Puerto Rico, a Destination Restaurant That Preserves (and Redefines) Its Culture

My nana was born in Manati, Puerto Rico. She didn’t have access to a car, so she walked through the…

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The Women of Food


Interviews

‘Race and Gender Speak to The Deeper Issue’ – Keshia Sakarah, Founder of Caribe’

Interviews

‘There Is a Power Imbalance There’ – Anna Higham, Pastry Chef and Writer

Interviews

‘Remove the Word ‘Sorry’ From Your Vocabulary’ – Missy Flynn, Co-owner Rita’s

Interviews

A Candid Conversation About Patriarchy in Restaurants

Behind the Line

Why Erika Chou Is Supporting Breastfeeding Mothers in the Restaurant Industry

Kerry Brodie

Interviews

Emma’s Torch Founder Kerry Brodie on Empowering Refugees Through Restaurants

Interviews

The Sisters Behind L.A.’s Coming of Age for Thai Food

Resy Spotlight

Meet Vicki Freeman, the New York Restaurateur Who Deserves Your Attention

Women of Food

How Mi Tocaya Antojería’s Diana Dávila Sees a Different Side to Chicago Food

Interviews

Jessica Kapoor of Copas and Saison Hospitality on Leadership (and More!)

Claudia Fleming

Resy Features

Legendary Pastry Chef Claudia Fleming: The Future of Desserts Is Going Back to Basics

Women of Food

At Barsha, Tunisian Cuisine Is an Homage to Matriarchs

Women of Food

At Brimmer & Heeltap, Jen Doak Shows the Virtues of Experience

Resy SpotlightNew York

5 p.m. Is the New 8 p.m. at New York Restaurants — and I Couldn’t Be Happier

Last Thursday evening, I arrived for my dinner reservation at Sofreh, a small Brooklyn restaurant serving excellent and authentic Iranian…

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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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Hit Lists From Coast to Coast


The Hit List

Where To Eat in February: Giuls, Alibi, Bar Copain, Fauna and More

The Hit List

Where To Eat in February: Lulu’s, Jacuzzi, Akub, The Holland and More

The Hit List

The February Hit List: Kamp Social House, Bar Bistro, Luke’s, and More

The Hit List

The February Hit List: Mess, Dukunoo Jamaican Kitchen, Float, and More

The Hit List

The February Hit List: Husk, Pink Bellies, Huriyali, and More

The Hit List

The February Hit List: Vals, Miss Shirley’s, Rosedale, and More

The Hit List

Where to Eat in February: Lucille’s, March, Killen’s Barbecue, and More

The Hit List

Where to Eat in February: Mad Nice, Hygrade Deli, Mink, and More

The Hit List

The February Hit List: Tonchin, Blair’s, Cassia, and More

The Hit List

Where to Eat in February: Bar + Cart, Slurp, Rosalia Pizza, and More

The Hit List

The February Hit List: Drusie & Darr, Harriet’s, D’Andrews Bakery & Café, and More

The Hit List

The February Hit List: Hi Felicia, Sobre Mesa, Piglet & Co., and More

The Hit List

The February Hit List: Holeman + Finch, Humble Pie, Yalda, and More

The Hit List

The February Hit List: Rooh, The Duck Inn, Kimski, and More

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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Immigration lawyer, community activist, and restaurant co-owner Debbie Chen inside her restaurant, Shabu House, in Houston's Asiatown.

Community SeriesHouston

There’s No Place in America Quite Like Houston’s Asiatown

Debbie Chen is a co-owner of Shabu House in Houston’s Asiatown, as well as an immigration attorney and the program…

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The RundownBoston

Everything You Need to Know About La Royal, Cambridge’s Peruvian Hot Spot

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

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Photo courtesy of Momofuku Ko

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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Photo courtesy of Olivetta

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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JK Food Group chef-partner Jamie Bissonnette.

Resy QuestionnaireBoston

20 Questions with Jamie Bissonnette of Toro, Faccia a Faccia, and More

In the Resy Questionnaire, we play a game of 20 questions with the industry folks behind some of our favorite…

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A closeup of some nigiri sushi and glasses of beer in the background from Moody Tongue Sushi

The RundownNew York

All About Michelin-Starred Moody Tongue’s New Sushi Restaurant in New York

Do black truffles belong in beer? That’s a great question — and one that Chicago’s Moody Tongue Brewing Company, the…

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Dish By DishNew York

At Ensenada in Brooklyn, Luis Herrera Mixes Influences and Inspirations to Delicious Effect

When restaurateur Bryce David and chef Luis Herrera got together to revamp the vegan taco joint Black Flamingo — a…

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Resy SpotlightLondon

With Barrafina Invita, Angel Zapata Martin Gets to Spanish Cuisine’s Heart

Somewhere between a bocadillo at the beach and spherified olives et el Bulli, between sugar-dusted churros and a whole suckling…

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EventsLondon

Introducing Barrafina Invita, a New Spanish Guest Chef Series

Evoking some of Spain’s most timeless institutions, Barrafina has become a contemporary classic in its own right, with a Michelin…

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GuidesNew York

The Resy Guide to New York’s African Restaurants

The African continent is home to myriad cuisines, and across the five boroughs, you can find restaurants that celebrate those…

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The charcuterie board at Holeman & Finch in Atlanta.

New on ResyAtlanta

Atlanta’s Newest Restaurant Openings, Now on Resy

Want to know the latest — and greatest — restaurant openings in Atlanta? You’re in the right spot. From the…

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GuidesWashington D.C.

The Resy Guide to Planning a Perfect Date Night in D.C.

Date night approaching and you are fresh out of ideas of where to go? We understand. It is a treat…

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The RundownLos Angeles

Saltie Girl Is the Sunset Strip’s Splashy New Seafood Spot

What does it take to make a restaurant work on the Sunset Strip? It must be snazzy enough to tempt…

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The kitchen at Bronze in Washington, D.C.

Dish By DishWashington D.C.

How D.C.’s Bronze Reimagines Ancestral Foods Through Afrofuturism

One of D.C.’s most highly anticipated restaurant openings is finally here. That’s right, Bronze, an 150-seat Afrofuturistic restaurant concept, is…

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