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New on Resy: Bari, The Dresden, El Granjero Cantina, and More

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With full-capacity dining returning to Los Angeles just in time for the sweltering summer, this is the moment to revisit storied restaurants and also do a heat check at some buzzy newcomers. The crowds are out again, ready to eat, drink, reconnect, and make new memories after a surreal year.

In the latest Los Angeles edition of New On Resy, you can start filling out your summer schedule with grilled small plates from a new Puglia-inspired spot; matcha French toast from an Italian- and Japanese-influenced all-day restaurant downtown; and a nightcap from a classic ’50s-era jazz lounge, among many others. So, what are you waiting for? Time to make those Resys.

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