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New York’s Newest Restaurant Openings, Now on Resy

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Want to know the latest — and greatest — restaurant openings in New York? You’re in luck.

From the Manhattan debut from one of the country’s most celebrated chefs and restaurateurs (welcome, Michael Mina!) to a new all-day café in Crown Heights, we’ve got you covered with this continuously updated list of hot new debuts.

And if you’re seeking out some beloved New York spots that are now bookable on Resy, we’ve got you covered here.

Bourbon Steak New York New York

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Newly added this week!

It’s the first Big Apple venture of the storied West Coast restaurateur and chef, Michael Mina. Expect showstoppers like salt-baked sea bream, a foie gras trolley, and of course, luxurious cuts of steak. Pro tip? Don’t skip the (mostly local) wine list.

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Cafe Mado Crown Heights

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Newly added this week!

This all-day, French-inflected café from the all-star vets behind Oxalis and Place des Fêtes is truly all-purpose in every sense of the word, whether you’re looking for a quick, delicious bite or some place casual to simply linger.

P.S. Find out everything you need to know about Café Mado here.

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Il Totano West Village

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Because Il Totano comes from the winner of the first-ever season of Top Chef, Harold Dieterle, who’s back and better than ever. Think fresh pastas, crudo, dry-aged fish, and plenty of dishes that take their inspiration and cues from coastal Italy.

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Omakase Room by Shin Midtown West

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Come here for 15 courses of expertly prepared sushi omakase, served and made by the chef Shin Yamaoka. He was once a collaborator of David Bouley’s and a student of sushi master Tadao Mikami, so you should know you’re in good hands.

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About Last Night Brooklyn

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It’s a clubstaurant, Brooklyn style. Think Caribbean-inspired bites, cocktails, and a party that goes way past dinner time. Dress ready to impress and ready to dance.

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Marsanne Chelsea

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Crispy polenta egg nests, gnocchi with braised osso bucco, and tapenade-slathered branzino… that’s Marsanne. The Mediterranean-style spot is lined with plants and boasts a “hidden” rooftop with faultless views of the Empire State Building.

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YONO Sushi New York

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Yono comes to us from the team behind beloved see-and-be-seen . It’s housed in the Moynihan Train Hall, so you can have a bit of glamour and a lot of spicy tuna before you need to make your train.

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Take Care Murray Hill

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It’s a hotel restaurant that won’t leave you wanting, especially when you order the roasted garlic labneh, gochujang chile chicken sandwich, and shaved zucchini salad. Take Care also happens to be open all day, so whether you’re in need of coffee or a cocktail, you’re always in luck.

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Makara Jackson Heights

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Sleek and stylish, this lounge and restaurant in the heart of Jackson Heights has a menu that reflects the neighborhood’s diverse Latin American roots, with an emphasis on flavors from Mexico and Peru. Pro tip: Don’t sleep on the daily happy hour cocktail specials from 4 to 7 p.m.

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Bar Tontine Financial District

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Head up here for wraparound views of the city from the 15th floor of the Wall Street Hotel, with bites and drinks from none other than acclaimed chef John Fraser (La Marchande, Iris). Take in the views as you dine on freshly shucked oysters, crisp truffle fries, and stuffed mushrooms, all washed down with an ideal glass of rosé.

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Mala Hot Pot New York

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Come here for a do-it-yourself Szechuan hot pot experience, right at your table. Order the braised chicken feet, pork intestines, and clams for your spicy beef tallow broth.

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La Esquina Moynihan New York

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Should you find yourself at or around Penn Station, do consider popping into this New York stalwart for Mexican standards. Our advice? Order the lamb barbacoa torta and a Mexican Coke before you run to your track.

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Gazette Restaurant & Wine Bar Yorkville, New York

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This is a European café and wine bar that knows how to keep things simple and classic. Think seared scallops with romesco, a luscious spring leek soup, and hearty rigatoni with pistachio pesto. Don’t forget a bottle of wine, and do know your server will be happy to assist in your choice.

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TADHANA New York

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At her solo debut, chef Frances Tariga puts Filipino culinary traditions and influences on full display here with a 16-course tasting menu that showcases the many facets of her personal and professional experiences. Think chayote and heart of palm lumpia, fried okra with anchovy foam, and for dessert, halo halo.

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Bitter Monk Industry City

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It’s the Brooklyn counterpart of Harlem’s Sugar Monk, spotlighting the group’s spirits line, Atheras Spirits. The tasting room has plenty of cocktails to try, ranging from sweet creations with allspice and coconut to classic vesper martinis. Do grab some truffle popcorn while you’re at it, too.

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Seven Sins Gramercy/Murray Hill

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Come here for a drink and to watch the game on one of their many TVs. It’s a classic bar, serving up trash can nachos, jumbo pretzels, and poutine with a weekday happy hour until 7 p.m.

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Little Dipper Chelsea

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Where to begin? Little Dipper is a trippy, astrology-themed cocktail bar that also happens to offer a 12-course omakase for groups larger than six, or one-of-a-kind bites like uni-laden tater tots and barbecued oysters for smaller parties. Make sure you know your signs before you go — cocktails are appropriately split into earth, air, fire, and water elements on the menu.

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Kin Gin Lower East Side

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We’ll never say no to izakaya bites, especially when they include scallop crudo, braised pig ears, and king crab legs the way they do them over at Kin Gin. Enjoy your bounty in their supremely airy space as you gaze up at the skylight windows, sipping your (you guessed it) gin cocktail.

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Muteki Udon Prospect Heights

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You’re here for the highly slurpable, perfectly thick udon (do get the beef steak or the vegetable and shrimp tempura bowls), but don’t overlook the other sections of the menu. The yakitori sets are ideal for a lunch on the go, and we’d never say no to yuzu sorbet.

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Ushiwakamaru Pop Up at BBF New York

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The intimate, eight-seat back counter at BBF is now a showcase for the Michelin-starred sushi masters from Chelsea’s now-closed Ushiwakamaru. You’ll be served 10 courses from chef Hideo Kuribara himself, plus sake and cocktails. They’re only here for a limited time, so act quickly.

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BARO by Chefs Society Nomad Manhattan

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If you can’t score a membership for the private, members-only back rooms, don’t worry — you can enjoy their three-course pre-fixe menu in the front with a regular Resy. It’s Korean gastropub fare, so expect to be fully satisfied with dishes like crispy tuna rice and kimbap, plus lychee martinis and caviar service.

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Saint Resto-Lounge New York

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Head here no matter what you’re in the mood for, whether it’s after-work drinks, bottle service, or a casual dinner. Do order the honey chicken sliders and trio of mac and cheese, if you’re dining, and a few craft cocktails, if you’re not.

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Amarena Upper East Side

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Named for the Italian cherry (that’s just as sweet), Amarena focuses on Roman-inspired fare — think arancini, baked clams, and super-thin pizzas, served with a chef Julian Medina (of Coppelia and Toloache) flare.

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The Onion Tree Pizza Co. – NYC East Village

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Come here for an only-in-New-York style of cuisine: a marriage (literally, as the two owners are married) of Italian and Indian food. Think masala margherita, saag paneer, and slow-cooked lamb pies on the menu, along with kebabs and dosa waffles.

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Continent Brooklyn Williamsburg

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What can’t Continent do? Blending African, Caribbean, and Asian-inspired dishes, this spot — coming to Williamsburg’s Hotel Indigo by way of a very beloved Atlanta location — is serving dishes like oxtail fried rice, Scotch bonnet fried chicken, and cocktails in gorgeous.

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NoMad Diner NoMad

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No surprise here, this spot is exactly what it sounds like: a proper diner. Enjoy no-frills (but impeccable) food here like burgers, shakes, and omelets, alongside next-level creations like their cornmeal pancakes, truffle chicken salad, and vegan biscuits and gravy.

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Chica and the Don Gramercy Park

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Salchipapas, short rib and maduro quesadillas, and octopus crudo … Need we say more? Chica and the Don is lively and colorful, with the food to match. And don’t forget a round of housemade craft shots for the table.

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The Lions East Village

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Mortadella sandwiches, grilled onion cheeseburgers, and all-day fried eggs and bacon — that’s The Lions for you. The spot comes from the owners of The Wayland and Goodnight Sunny, so a cocktail is in order (preferably a martini). Pro tip: Check for their rotating weekly specials, like steak dinner Wednesdays.

P.S. The Lions uses Resy for its waitlist option.

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Only Love Strangers Lower East Side

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You’re going to want to go to this bi-level cocktail bar with a superbly designed azure interior. Come for the cocktails and small bites from the MáLà Project team (think charred octopus and caviar cannolis), stay for the nightly live jazz they have downstairs.

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