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New York

The Outdoor Villages, Presented by American Express and Resy

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Experience outdoor dining at New York’s most sought-after restaurants. Exclusive access for American Express® Platinum Card Members. Only on Resy.

American Express and Resy are teaming up with over 30 restaurants in New York to bring you the ultimate outdoor dining experience. No pre-payment is required, and there are no set menus — just the best of outdoor dining at your favorite spots in the city. Think Via Carota, Llama Inn, Balthazar, Red Hook Tavern, and more.


Here’s How it Works:

American Express® Platinum Card Members receive exclusive primetime table access. If you’re a Platinum Card Member, look for the dedicated Amex brick when making your reservation. Terms Apply*.

Click here to add your Amex Card to your Resy wallet.

Reservations are now live. Be sure to select “Outdoor Villages” when making your reservation.

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