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Hillary Sterling on Building a More Inclusive Restaurant Industry for Everyone

Chef Hillary Sterling is very busy these days. When she’s not leading the kitchen at her critically acclaimed restaurant, Ci…

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Hit Lists From Coast to Coast


The Hit List

Where To Eat in August: Bistro Fitz, Fontana Redfern, Tombik and More

The Hit List

Where To Eat in August: Miznon, Zephyr, Barrafina Borough Yards and More

The Hit List

Where to Eat in August: Ame, District Dallas, Tre Mogli, and More

The Hit List

Where to Eat in August: Riel, Lucille’s, D’Amico’s, and More

The Hit List

Where to Eat in August: Boeufhaus, Obélix, Kasama, and More

The Hit List

Where to Eat in August: Sugo Hand Roll Bar, Delish Ethiopian, and More

The Hit List

Where to Eat in August: N7, Bisutoru, Sylvain, and More

The Hit List

Where to Eat in August: Camphor, Todos Santos, Tuk Tuk Thai, and More

The Hit List

Where to Eat in August: Vern’s, Stella’s, Jack of Cups, and More

The Hit List

Where to Eat in August: Aria, Mac’s Raw Bar, Cremalosa, and More

The Hit List

Where to Eat in August: Millie’s, Oyster Oyster, Dacha Beer Garden, and More

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Where to Eat in August: Chica, Lion & The Rambler, 2 Korean Girls, and More

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Where to Eat in August: Parla XXI, Black Lamb, and More

The ClassicsNational

Look to a Memphis Landmark to See the Future of American Restaurants

In the summer of last year, I had some very meaningful time off from my chef duties, traveling with my…

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Resy Spotlight

In Puerto Rico, a Destination Restaurant That Preserves (and Redefines) Its Culture

My nana was born in Manati, Puerto Rico. She didn’t have access to a car, so she walked through the…

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The Women of Food


Interviews

The Sisters Behind L.A.’s Coming of Age for Thai Food

Resy Spotlight

Meet Vicki Freeman, the New York Restaurateur Who Deserves Your Attention

Women of Food

How Mi Tocaya Antojería’s Diana Dávila Sees a Different Side to Chicago Food

Interviews

Jessica Kapoor of Copas and Saison Hospitality on Leadership (and More!)

Claudia Fleming

Chef Features

Legendary Pastry Chef Claudia Fleming: The Future of Desserts Is Going Back to Basics

Women of Food

At Barsha, Tunisian Cuisine Is an Homage to Matriarchs

Women of Food

At Brimmer & Heeltap, Jen Doak Shows the Virtues of Experience

Women of Food

Heather Hutton of Edmund’s Oast is Pushing For a Pastry Renaissance

Chef Features

For Saigon Social’s Helen Nguyen, Community Is Everything

Resy Spotlight

On Edna Lewis, and Finding Your Own Path as a Southern Black Woman

Women of Food

Oklava’s Founders On Why The Restaurant Industry Needs More Action – And Less Lip Service

Women of Food

Meet Gizela Ho, the Chef de Cuisine Quietly Powering Rich Table

Women of Food

Stephanie Izard on Labels, Leadership, and Advice to Young Female Cooks

Women of Food

Brenda Buenviaje Is Ready For a New Era of Fusion Cuisine

Resy SpotlightNew York

5 p.m. Is the New 8 p.m. at New York Restaurants — and I Couldn’t Be Happier

Last Thursday evening, I arrived for my dinner reservation at Sofreh, a small Brooklyn restaurant serving excellent and authentic Iranian…

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Resy SpotlightNationalLondon

How Basque Burnt Cheesecake Took Over The World

The night was still young in the Basque country, and the American woman couldn’t believe what she was hearing. She…

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Community SeriesChicago

A Chef’s Guide to Eating on Chicago’s South Side, From Pilsen to West Roseland

Walking through neighborhoods like Beverly, Englewood, Chatham, and Hyde Park, you can’t help but see the rich history of Chicago’s…

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Immigration lawyer, community activist, and restaurant co-owner Debbie Chen inside her restaurant, Shabu House, in Houston's Asiatown.

Community SeriesHouston

There’s No Place in America Quite Like Houston’s Asiatown

Debbie Chen is a co-owner of Shabu House in Houston’s Asiatown, as well as an immigration attorney and the program…

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The RundownBoston

Everything You Need to Know About La Royal, Cambridge’s Peruvian Hot Spot

Before you go to a restaurant, what do you want — or need — to know most? In our series,…

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New to Global Dining AccessNew York

Crown Shy, Atoboy, Sylvia’s, and More: A Can’t-Miss Guide to Accessing New York’s Best

Against all odds, restaurants came roaring back this year after a dizzying gauntlet of reinvention. The return came as a…

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New to Global Dining AccessLos Angeles

Damian, Olivetta, Pasjoli, and More: A Can’t-Miss Guide to Accessing L.A.’s Best

Against all odds, restaurants came roaring back this year after a dizzying gauntlet of reinvention. The return came as a…

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Inside Potluck Club, a new restaurant that just opened in Manhattan Chinatown.

InterviewsNew York

At Chinatown’s Potluck Club, a Revival for Cantonese American Flavors Takes Shape

In the past decade, being Cantonese in New York felt like having an identity dreading its eventual extinction: Our food…

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GuidesLos Angeles

Everywhere You Need to Know For Great Day Drinking in L.A.

Los Angeles is a town that was practically built for day drinking. A combination of near-perfect weather, a breezy work…

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The RundownPhiladelphia

PSA: Reservations Are Now Open For Samuel’s

Samuel’s has officially arrived, and reservations for the all-day Sansom Street restaurant are now officially available, starting with its August…

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Resy LineupNew York

The Resy Lineup: BLT Season, Chilli Crabs, and a Bake Sale for a Cause

Welcome back to the Resy Lineup, your weekly dose of recommendations on what to eat, drink, and see. In this edition: Plan…

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Resy QuestionnaireNew York

20 Questions with Benoit’s Alberto Marcolongo

In the Resy Questionnaire, we play a game of 20 questions with the industry folks behind some of our favorite…

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The dishes from Dirt Candy's summer tasting menu.

Dish By DishNew York

How Dirt Candy Celebrates Summer in New York, in Five Delicious Dishes

A restaurant staying open in New York City is an extraordinary feat these days. Staying relevant and remaining revolutionary for…

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The Hit ListSydney

Where To Eat in August: Bistro Fitz, Fontana Redfern, Tombik and More

Winter is an excellent time to chase carbs and you’ve got great reasons to twirl pasta around your fork: the…

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The Hit ListLondon

Where To Eat in August: Miznon, Zephyr, Barrafina Borough Yards and More

In between record-breaking temperatures and the Lionesses bringing football home, July was a month to remember. August will be memorable…

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The Hit ListDallas

Where to Eat in August: Ame, District Dallas, Tre Mogli, and More

August is here, and with it comes a slew of sizzling restaurants. From new (Tre Mogli) and old (Piattello) Italian…

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The Hit ListHouston

Where to Eat in August: Riel, Lucille’s, D’Amico’s, and More

When one considers Houston cuisine, sandwiches aren’t typically the first food that comes to mind. Amazing tacos? Yes. Ridiculously tender…

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