Author: Deanna Ting


A spread of dishes from Claud

The RundownNew York

Six Things to Know About Claud, the East Village’s Newest Wine Bar

While there are plenty of new Euro-centric wine bars popping up throughout New York this year, this one — helmed…

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A spread of dishes from LittleMad.

GuidesNew York

25 Great New York Tasting Menus Under $100

Sometimes, it’s just better to leave things to an expert. And whom better to entrust your dining experience than a…

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Tonchin Brooklyn opens on July 13.

The RundownNew York

All About Tonchin, Brooklyn’s Newest Destination for Ramen and Natural Wine

On Thursday, July 13, Williamsburg will see the opening of a new ramen bar, and not just any ramen bar.  …

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The Hit ListNew York

The July 2022 Hit List: Oiji Mi, Gouie, Al Coro, and More

Summer in New York is one of the best times to really explore the city’s vast dining scene. Yes, the…

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Kokomo owner Ria Graham

Women of FoodNew York

Kokomo’s Ria Graham on the Importance of Food, Culture, and Empowering Women

Opening a restaurant is tough — and it’s even tougher when you do it during a pandemic. But that’s exactly…

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Women of FoodNew York

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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La Vara, Saint Julivert Fisherie, and Txikito chef-owner Alex Raij.

Women of FoodNew York

‘Being a Woman Has Made Me More Innovative’: Alex Raij on the Gender Gap in the Restaurant Industry 

Alex Raij is one of the country’s most acclaimed chefs and restaurateurs, having pioneered tapas and Basque cuisine in New…

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Oysters from Bella Dea, a new sustainable seafood spot from the same team behind LA's Crudo e Nudo.

The Hit ListNew York

The June Hit List: Haenyeo, Nabila’s, Saigon Social, and More

Throughout the month of June, Resy is paying tribute to the Women of Food, and this month’s Hit List, accordingly,…

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Omar Tate and Cybille St. Aude-Tate of Honeysuckle Projects

Dish By DishNew YorkNationalPhiladelphia

A Celebration of Black Luxury, as Told By Honeysuckle Projects

Everything that chefs Cybille St. Aude-Tate and Omar Tate of Philadelphia’s Honeysuckle Projects create tells a story. There’s meaning and…

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A spread of dishes from newly opened Le Gratin.

Dish By DishNew York

‘It’s in Our Genes’: How Daniel Boulud’s Le Gratin Updates Family-Style French Cooking, in Five Dishes

For his latest restaurant opening, chef Daniel Boulud decided to look to home for inspiration. At Le Gratin, located inside…

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