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GuidesLos Angeles

The Resy Guide to Splurge-Worthy Dining in Los Angeles

Finding the right special occasion restaurant can be a confounding process in Los Angeles, a city with many splurge-y spots…

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Resy FeaturesLos Angeles

Rediscovering a Knife, and a Legacy, at Anajak Thai

A yanagiba, which translates to “willow leaf blade,” is a long, slender knife from Sakai, Japan, prized by sushi chefs…


Chinatown USALos Angeles

The Resy Guide to Every Type of Dim Sum in L.A.

Dim sum in greater Los Angeles is an ever-evolving conversation. While classics like Monterey Park’s NBC Seafood have kept their…


Dish By DishLos Angeles

How Sunny Jang Finesses Korean Pub Food at Tokki, in Five Dishes

Seoul’s pocha-style pubs are casual, low-key spots usually reserved for late-night pit-stops after bar hopping. Inspired by pojangmacha, tent bars…


The table is set // Photo by Pop Media LA for Hanchic. Other photography by Will Blunt and Patrick Manalo

Dish By DishLos Angeles

How Hanchic Adds an Edge to Korean Tradition, As Seen Through Five Dishes

Kyungbin Min excels at experimentation, so the curveball of the pandemic sent him into a spiral — a positive one…


The ClassicsLos Angeles

At the Heart of L.A., Harold and Belle’s Preserves a Legacy and Looks Ahead

Ryan Legaux says that he’s probably eaten more po’ boys than most people alive. Having at least three or four…