Photo Courtesy Sixty Three Clinton

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

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New York City has officially entered the sticky, sweltering phase of summer, meaning it’s time to seek sweet, cool relief at restaurants, whether indoors or al fresco under the shade of a covered patio.

So, escape your apartment, dress to impress, and visit downtown’s latest ode to French haute dining. Or find comfort in a buzzy wine bar designed to be accessible to all. You could also gorge yourself on icy absinthe cocktails, or eat your way through a Korean-Chinese tasting menu. There are seafood towers to be devoured, no fewer than 21 piscos to be tasted, and rooftop views to be had — welcome to the July edition of New on Resy, where we’ll beat the summer together.

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