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Resy SpotlightSan Francisco

At The Morris, Shaking Things Up With A Centuries-Old French Liqueur

With Amaro on the rise as an ever-popular Italian digestif, there’s a kindred French spirit worthy of the spotlight, but…

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Chef FeaturesSan Francisco

Off Menu With Lord Stanley’s Carrie Blease

We went Off Menu with Carrie Blease to chat about what drives Lord Stanley—from a commitment to highlighting peak-season ingredients to a mantra that champions innovation in the dining room and beyond.

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Chef FeaturesLos Angeles

Chef Javier Ramos is Silver Lake’s Best-Kept Secret

Now at Trois Familia—and on the cusp of opening his own neighborhood eatery—the chef is on a path to reinvent Los Angeles cuisine.

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Chef FeaturesNew York

After Hours with Chef Ryan Hardy and The Franks

In anticipation of The Franks’ Backyard Chef Series, the three chefs got together to eat, drink, and share stories from the kitchen. Tag along.

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Resy SpotlightNew York

What’s Old is New Again: Gertie Aims to Recreate Classic New York

“What does New York need?” is the question Nate Alder asked himself. The answer, for the Upper West Side native…

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The Hit ListNew York

Pastis, Bar Pisellino, Wayla, Now on The Resy Hit List

It’s summer in the city and Pastis has returned after a five-year hiatus. That’s reason enough to click your heels…

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GuidesSan Francisco

Introducing: Michelin’s Star-Studded California Restaurants, SF Edition

For many years, the Michelin Guide has adored this city, and for good reason: San Francisco is a region driven…

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Chef Features

The Women of Food and The Stories They Tell

Following a San Francisco debut, Resy’s second annual The Women of Food visited the nation’s best dining cities over eight…

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GuidesLos Angeles

Introducing: Michelin’s Star-Studded California Restaurants, LA Edition

2019 marks the Michelin Guide’s return to Los Angeles, after nearly a decade. Given all of the thrillingly delicious and…

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Chef FeaturesNew York

Collaboration is at The Heart of Missy Robbins’ Beloved Lilia

It’s lunchtime on the corner of Williamsburg’s North 10th Street and Union Avenue, and magic is in the air at Lilia.

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