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Pure Fire: The Story of Red's House

Explore the four-part series about one chef's long journey to open a Caribbean restaurant in San Francisco.

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The sprawling kitchen Gregory Gourdet set up for his Kann pop-up, in a historic Southeast Portland building. // Courtesy of Kann

InterviewsPortland

Kann’s Gregory Gourdet Pays Homage to Haiti’s Deep History — and His Northwest Home

Heritage, family, and food memories are at the heart of Kann, chef Gregory Gourdet’s long-awaited, highly-anticipated Haitian restaurant. The family-style…

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Illustration of a takeout container as restaurant, on a suburban block

Chinatown USANational

Chinese American Food Is Its Own Great Cuisine. Time to Love It That Way.

At least once a week, my dad would bring home takeout for the family. Sometimes, it was carnitas burritos, chile…

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Order In. Help Out. Shop Small.

The Definitive Resy Guide to Takeout

Takeout has become more important than ever to restaurants' survival, and now is the time to support the restaurants you love.

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To-Go TakesLos Angeles

Casa Vega’s Christy Vega Gets Everything From French to Greek to Pho Around The Valley

To-Go Takes is Resy’s regular feature wherein we quiz the folks behind some of our favorite restaurants about all things…

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Events

Introducing: Resy Takeout Tuesday Across the Country

Now is the time to support the restaurant industry, and takeout has become a vital lifeline for restaurants over the…

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Bruce Naftaly keeps making simplicity dazzle at Marmite.

The Hit ListSeattle

The March Hit List, Lunch Edition: Old Salt, Marmite, Remedium Island Grill, and More

As cheery crocuses start to pop, signaling hints of spring, the cumulative mood of Seattle feels somehow lighter. Maybe it’s…

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The Hit ListBoston

The March Hit List, Lunch Edition: Shy Bird, Petit Robert, Sumiao Hunan Kitchen, and More

Let’s talk about lunch. Because after a year of hurried sandwiches between Zoom calls, a proper midday meal can feel…

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The fried chicken at Big Jones.

The Hit ListChicago

The March Hit List, Lunch Edition: La Josie, Big Jones, Johnnie’s Beef, and More

Whether your preferred lunch is handheld or knife-and-forked, sauced and messy or a bit more refined, these spots have mastered…

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The Hit ListAtlanta

The March Hit List: Boone’s, Fellaship Lounge, Girl Diver, and More

With spring en route, along with the pandemic’s anniversary, the world of restaurants has vastly changed in the last 12…

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The Hit ListSan Francisco

The March Hit List, Lunch Edition: Iyasare, Jaranita, Hog Island, Sobre Mesa, and More

March is shaping up to be a beautiful month, especially now that all these vaccines are rolling out. The light…

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Restaurant DiariesLondon

“We Are Still Here. That Is a Win In Itself.” Budgie Montoya on Staying True to Himself and Filipino Cuisine

For many, after a long winter under a national lockdown, the announcement that restrictions would be cautiously relaxed over March…

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The bento at Shizuku by Chef Naoko

The Hit ListPortland

The March Hit List, Lunch Edition: Nacheaux, Huber’s Cafe, Stone Soup, and More

Lunch: a meal sometimes so overlooked we merge it with breakfast, or get so caught up in other things we…

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The March Hit List, Lunch Edition: Margot Cafe, Epice, Pastaria, and More

Let’s face it: Lunch is the highlight of the day, especially during a pandemic in which so many officegoers are…

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The Hit ListNew York

The March Hit List, Lunch Edition: Diner, Ho Foods, HiHi Room, Keens and More

If there’s one thing remote life has taught us, it’s that lunch is something to look forward to. An excellent…

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The Hit ListSydney

The March Hit List: Cafe Freda’s, Nakano Darling, Soul Deli, and More

Say hello to a new Korean deli, inventive Mexican brunch spot and the latest incarnation of Freda’s  – the back-alley…

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