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Now Open on Resy: Dame, Lil’ Frankie’s, Ichimura, PDT, and More

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How to beat the New York heat? Let us count the ways …

You could gorge yourself on grilled oysters and chilled wines that James Bond would happily drink. Or snack on summer rolls and fish sauce-laden chicken wings right by the water. You could hide inside the East Village’s worst-kept secret speakeasy, and stay cool with their unparalleled drinks. (Bond would be down for that, too.) Or embrace the heat altogether, order mussels and rosé, and pretend you’re on a terrasse in Paris.

It’s getting hot, this month’s New on Resy is in, and the following new openings, old standbys, and everything in between, are ready to host you. Right this way.

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The Rundown

J-Spec Wagyu Dining Is New York’s Newest Omakase Sleeper Hit

Guides

The Resy Guide to Oyster and Wine Pairings in New York

Events

Amex® Gold Card Pop-up Diner

Photo courtesy of Les Trois Chevaux

The Hit List

The August Hit List: Les Trois Chevaux, Yellow Rose, Baby Luc’s, and More

Resy Lineup

The Resy Lineup: Bixi in Harlem, Fried Chicken Buckets, and Brunch for a Cause

Come for the fish, stay for the wine. // Photo courtesy of Dame

Wine Hit List

The Wine Hit List, Peak Summer Edition: Dame, LittleMad, Da Toscano, and More

Guides

The Resy Guide to Outdoor Dining in New York

The Rundown

Everything You Need to Know About One White Street, Opening in Tribeca

New on Resy

Now Open on Resy: Les Trois Chevaux, Joomak Banjum, Maison Premiere, and More

Sixty Three Clinton's Samuel Clonts, left, and Raymond Trinh. // Photo courtesy of Sixty Three Clinton; other photography by Giada Paoloni

Dish By Dish

Samuel Clonts and Ray Trinh’s Accessible Fine Dining at Sixty Three Clinton, As Seen Through Five Dishes

Interviews

Les Halles Owner Philippe Lajaunie Shares His Memories of Anthony Bourdain

Gage & Tollner's martini, complete with sidecar.

The Hit List

The July Hit List: Gage & Tollner, Le Pavillon, Queens Night Market, and More

Austin Power, center, wants everyone to find a context to drink sake. // Photo courtesy of Accidental Bar

Interviews

Accidental Bar’s Austin Power Wants Everyone to Love Sake