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Now on Resy: Lucia Alimentari, Hellbender Nighttime Café, Frog Club, and More Local Favorites

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From a treasured slice shop’s sister restaurant to the Rolo’s team’s red-hot margarita bar, 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.

Lucia Alimentari Soho

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Lucia Alimentari interior
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Newly added this week!

This sister spot from Lucia Pizza of Soho operates as a coffee shop by day and transforms into one of the loveliest little wine bars in the city by night, with one of our favorite pairings: pizza, of course. And not just any pizza at that.

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Forever Thai Bushwick

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Newly added!

If you love Bushwick’s Klom Klorm, chances are you’ll also love this spot where classic Thai flavors shine in an elegant setting. They’ve got all your favorite standards, as well as a few twists — pad Thai lobster tail, anyone?

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New Chinatown Restaurant and Bar Upper East Side

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Newly added!

Lush and sleek, this Upper East Side spot has something for everyone, whether you’re craving juicy Chinese soup dumplings and warming Thai Massaman curry to Taiwanese popcorn chicken and refreshing cold sesame noodles. Pro tip: Lunch specials are offered daily, and they can’t be beat.

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Kimoto Rooftop Downtown Brooklyn

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It’s one of downtown Brooklyn’s most expansive rooftops, serving up a satisfying menu of American comfort foods through a distinctively Asian lens. That means Kobe beef double bacon cheeseburgers, garlic fried rice, sushi rolls, and crispy chive cakes. And plenty of drinks, from bottle service to a must-order frozen painkiller.

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Slate NY Flatiron

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When you’re looking for a night out that doesn’t just involve food, consider this sprawling complex where you can take in everything from comedy shows, live music, and live performances to bowling, ping pong, billiards, foosball, giant Jenga, arcade games, and even a 20-foot slide. But do know the menu of bar bites more than matches the range of all the activities you can partake in, too, with lots of shareable plates, pizza, and a robust cocktail list.

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Cloves Indian Cuisine NoMad

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Critically acclaimed chef Vijay Bhargava (formerly of Raga Indian Restaurant Midtown) consulted on the menu for this welcoming and warm spot, where regional cuisine from Northern India gets the spotlight. Standards like samosas, shrimp balchao, goat curry, and tandoori chicken are all done exceptionally well, but you don’t want to overlook signature specials like the tandoori lamb chops or lobster masala.

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Hellbender Ridgewood

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This spot from the same team behind Rolo’s puts forth a bold menu from chef Yara Herrera and a list of killer drinks. It’s open every day until late, with the kitchen serving food until midnight Monday through Saturday and until 11 p.m. on Sundays. Think spicy pineapple margaritas and a smoky carajillo to an ice-cold gin martini, sizzlin’ fajitas, aguachile, and shrimp fried rice.

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Bricklane Curry House – East Village East Village

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When you think of O.G. Indian restaurants in the city, Brick Lane has to be at the top of the list. Open since 2002 and probably most well known for their Phaal challenge (hint: it involves extremely spicy curry), Brick Lane has become a beloved fixture of the city for its British-style Indian fare. All your favorite standards are there, but don’t overlook chef’s specials like the mango fish and prawn curry, or the lamb shank Roganjosh.

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Arepa Lady Astoria Astoria

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Go here for beloved Columbian classics like plantains with shredded chicken and, of course, those incredible arepas stuffed with cheese. The spot was born from a Jackson Heights food cart that was around for 30 years, serving the neighborhood a healthy dose of comfort you can now enjoy while sitting down.

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Frog Club West Village

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It’s a secretive spectacle of a restaurant complete with “Kiss the Chef” on the menu for $1,000 and a strict no pictures policy enforced by stickers they’ll place over your phone camera.

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Tao Downtown New York

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It’s Tao Group’s massive downtown pan-Asian eatery, with an enormous statue of Buddha in the center of the dining room and multiple darkly lit levels. Order the lychee martini and that much-Instagrammed giant fortune cookie for dessert.

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Congee Village Lower East Side

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Congee Village lobster
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A beloved Lower East Side institution, Congee Village is made for groups. Come for the namesake silky congee topped with salted chicken and the sea cucumber with braised abalone. Stay for the karaoke rooms that rival any hovering around 34th Street.

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Congee Village lobster
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Oso Harlem

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Oso brings a taste of Mexico to Harlem with thoughtful, street-food-inspired preparations from chef Jose Aguilar in a sleek, industrial space. Think sea bass with green mole, rice and beans, pulpo with crispy potatoes and rajas, and barbacoa braised lamb tacos. P.S. Don’t sleep on the cocktails, either.

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Concrete Sicilian Eatery Bedford-Stuyvesant

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For hearty, satisfying Italian fare in an unpretentious, homey setting, you’ll want to head to this family-owned spot. All the classics shine, whether you’re looking for crisp calamari and creamy burrata or chicken cacciatore and pasta pomodoro. They’ve also got a wide range of Neapolitan-style pizzas, burgers, sandwiches, and many vegetarian and vegan options, too.

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Panda Harlem West Harlem

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Dress to impress at this spot where every night feels like a soirée, thanks to a hip hop playlist and food that’s always on point. Signature dishes include Shanghai ribs in a kumquat honey glaze and braised oxtail toast, but you also shouldn’t overlook the weekend dim sum brunch, either.

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Coppola’s East Kips Bay

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It’s a Kips Bay behemoth that’s been around in one form or another for more than a quarter of a century, complete with maps of the old country on the walls. Order lots, but make sure clams, veal milanese, and baked ziti are on your table.

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The Honey Well Harlem

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Low-key and laid-back, this is where you’ll want to spend your afternoons and evenings in Hamilton Heights for some expertly crafted cocktails and some truly comforting bites. We’re partial to the To Mate or the Tropic Thunder, paired with some whipped feta, fried halloumi skewers, and the vegan marinara sliders.

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Sake No Hana Bowery

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Low hanging lantern lighting, an enormous double-sided round staircase, and big orange banquettes are reason enough to visit Sake No Hana, but luckily the food more than keeps up with the décor. Do try the wafu carbonara and anything from the robata grill.

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Cathédrale East Village

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When the Tao Group does a French-Mediterranean concept, you can expect something grand. And with its church-high ceilings and ambitious lighting, Cathédrale more than lives up to its name. Come ready to pose for a picture and dressed to impress.

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N’Between Chelsea

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Head here for a Japanese listening bar experience tucked into the Chelsea Market. They’re serving up izakaya bites like chicken yakitori and tots with spicy mayo and nori alongside crafted cocktails and of course, good tunes.

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LEVEL Restaurant & Bar Sheepshead Bay

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It’s a sleek, shiny Sheepshead Bay spot complete with chandeliers and a sprawling menu of cuisines. Order hamachi crudo alongside duck pastrami, or French onion soup with a New Zealand lamb shank. Pro tip: The dress code is smart casual, so plan accordingly.

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Hilltop Tavern Park Slope/Windsor Terrace

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No surprises here: as advertised, this Park Slope gem is a hilltop tavern with all of the cozy trappings one expects of such a place. Order the crispy artichokes, caramelized onion cheeseburger, and whatever’s on draft.

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Omakase Room by Maaser West Village

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It’s a cozy, small counter dining area that feels like eating at a friend’s house. You’ll be treated to beautiful cuts of Japanese seafood, with your choice of either 12 or 17 courses, both of which are under $150.

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Senza Gluten Greenwich Village

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It’s exactly what it sounds like: an Italian oasis for gluten-free diners. Here, you can order pasta, bread, and bruschetta to your heart’s content without having to worry about a dietary upcharge. It doesn’t hurt that the spot is on a gorgeous block right near Washington Square Park, either.

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Beefbar New York Tribeca

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It’s a unique steakhouse that stands out in a city that has plenty. Expect to see your meat hanging in aging fridges, emojis stamped onto your plate, and plenty of Wagyu on the menu. Order a steak, whether it’s the more budget-friendly black angus filet or the big-spender porterhouse.

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Cafe Henri Long Island City

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Head here when you want a classically simple French bistro experience, right in the heart of Long Island City. Order the quiche Lorraine, the saffron moules frites, and the butter and sugar crêpe for dessert.

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MiGarba West Village

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It’s a West Village gem that’s made for a cozy night out. Order the mafaldine with homemade Tuscan-style ragù, grilled octopus with creamy potatoes, and a ricotta Italian-style cheesecake for a meal that feels like slipping into a warm, cozy pair of socks.

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Sugarcane BK Boerum Hill

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Chicken and waffles, Trinidadian okra and rice, curry crab, and creamy pasta … that’s Sugarcane for you. They’re serving up a mix of cuisines that all have one thing in common: flavor.

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