Dishes at Palenque Colombian Food
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Now on Resy: Ramen by Ra, Jongro BBQ, Paulie Gee’s, and More Local Favorites

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From a KBBQ stalwart to a flavor-bending ramen counter, these are just a few of the beloved New York spots that are now bookable on Resy. Right this way.

Note: This list will be updated regularly with new additions each month, so be sure to check back often. For New York’s newest restaurant openings, head here.

Tiny’s & The Bar Upstairs Tribeca

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Newly-added this week!

Look for the pink, three-story townhouse right in the middle of Tribeca — that’s Tiny’s. They serve food all day, but at dinner, the curried spinach dip and dry-aged burger are particularly worth the trip. You’re also sure to see a crowd of revelers out front, sipping on Peach Fizz cocktails.

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Tiny's & The Bar Upstairs space
Photo courtesy of Tiny’s & The Bar Upstairs

Le Pistol Prospect Heights

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Newly-added!

Come here for compelling Cajun food served in a mellow Prospect Heights spot. Order the oxtail French dip and the pommes frites served with a creamy black garlic aioli and don’t forget a cocktail — their list is both fun and tasty. Do try the Breakfast Porn with passionfruit and pistachio.

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Corkbuzz Chelsea Chelsea

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Newly-added!

In the hustle and bustle of Chelsea Market, this little slice of Union Square’s much-loved Corkbuzz Wine Studio is a perfect little respite where you can partake in some lovely wines from an expertly crafted list. Oh, and don’t overlook the robust food menu, either; the gougères and jambon beurre are especially good. Pro tip: Their daytime happy hour features specially selected wines by the glass for just $10.

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Jongro BBQ Koreatown

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This K-Town stalwart has been serving up perfectly marbled cuts on tabletop grills for more than a decade. Better yet, the banchan and accompanying dishes are top-notch, too. The barbecued meat is obviously a must, and don’t forget a bottle of soju for the table, either.

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Ramen By Ra Noho

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It’s a postage-stamp-sized spot for delicious asa-ramen bowls with a decidedly New York City twist. Think bacon, egg, and cheese ramen, and smoked salmon bowls served at one of their five sleek seats. Bonus? You’re bound to see chef-owner Rasheeda Purdie behind the counter every time you go.

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Ramen by Ra interior
Photo by Rashida Zagon, courtesy of Ramen by Ra

The Cactus Shop Willliamsburg

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Come here for a speakeasy experience that’ll make you feel like you’re in Mexico, where the cocktails (they make a particularly excellent margarita) are just as good as the food. Must-orders are as follow: the zucchini blossom quesadilla, the birria flautas, and the tres leches cake to finish it all.

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Lunar Murray Hill

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Lunar has a mammoth menu of Szechuan specialties, but don’t be intimidated. It’s hard to go wrong with whatever you order here, although we’re particularly partial to the pork moon cakes, stir-fried eel, and cold noodles.

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Pecking House Park Slope

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What do you get when an Eleven Madison Park alum decides to go all in on fried chicken? You get Pecking House. Its chile fried chicken really is one of a kind — a special blending of influences from Nashville-style hot chicken and Taiwanese popcorn chicken — and worth a trip to Brooklyn. Don’t sleep on the oyster mushroom po’ boy or the dirty fried rice, either.

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Fried chicken at Pecking House
Photo courtesy of Pecking House

Paulie Gee’s Greenpoint

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It’s a quintessential — and essential — Brooklyn pizza destination, with a huge list of pies (try their signature Hellboy with Mike’s Hot Honey and hot soppressata) and plenty of craft beers on tap. They’re open until 2 a.m., which also makes it the perfect spot to go to cap off your night.

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Hey Thai Financial District

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Comforting classic Thai food awaits at this downtown restaurant close to the Seaport. There are plush, cozy booths and a menu with roasted tamarind duck and pineapple seafood curry, plus a Thai iced tea mojito, too.

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Beauty & Essex Lower East Side

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This speakeasy-adjacent restaurant in the back of what looks like a pawn shop serves up highly Instagrammable photo ops. Don’t sleep on the grilled cheese and tomato soup dumplings, or the actual working Ferris wheel filled with desserts (yes, you read that correctly). It’s a great first stop before a night out, but also more than fun enough to be your final destination, too. Come dressed for photos.

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Please Tell Me Williamsburg

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It may look small at first glance, but Please Tell Me has the character of a space four times its size. Come here to dance your heart out to whatever hip-hop the DJ is spinning, but save room for some of their too-good-to-be-bar-food small bites and cocktails. Dress to impress your coolest friend.

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