Author: Deanna Ting


The Hit ListNew York

The December Hit List: Sunken Harbor Club, La Bonne Soupe, 8282 and More 

We made it, finally. In what felt like both the longest and shortest year in recent memory, one constant has…

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Chef FeaturesNew York

Seven Incredible Holiday Dishes, According to New York Chefs — and Where You Can Find Them

Taste memories are one of the most powerful ones we can have, and that feels especially so when we reflect…

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The One Who Keeps the BookNew York

How to Get Into New York’s Saint Theo’s, and What to Order

Saint Theo’s in the West Village has only been open for five months, but it’s already one of the hardest…

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GuidesNew York

The Resy Guide to Thanksgiving in New York

While some of us might relish cooking at home on the big day, there’s no bigger holiday flex than letting your favorite…

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Resy QuestionnaireNew York

20 Questions With Vestry’s Shaun Hergatt

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

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The Hit ListNew York

The November Hit List: Semma, Kaiseki Room by Yamada, Sofreh Cafe, and More

Is it already November? Even if it feels like the days are getting shorter and the months keep passing by…

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Barbuto's roast chicken. Food and interior photos by Jen Davidson, courtesy of Barbuto

InterviewsNew York

Barbuto Is Back. And Yes, So Is The Roast Chicken.

Three weeks: That’s exactly how long the new Barbuto was open before the pandemic shuttered its doors in March 2020.…

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Resy QuestionnaireNew York

20 Questions With Shuka and Shukette’s Ayesha Nurdjaja

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

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InterviewsNew York

Una Pizza Napoletana Is Coming Back. This Time, Only in New York City.

These days, one of America’s most celebrated pizzaioli is no longer sleeping on the floor somewhere in New Jersey, something…

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The ClassicsNew York

The Family Restaurant That’s Become New York’s Melting Pot for Nearly 50 Years

This March, one of New York City’s most beloved dim sum palaces closed its doors and the city lost a shared piece…

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