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Author: Jon Bonné


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WineNew York

Roberta’s, Côte, Skin Contact, and More: Introducing the Resy Wine Hit List

One myth about wine people is that, when we plan dinner out, we think first and foremost about what to…

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GuidesCharleston

Resy’s Guide to Wine to Go in Charleston

It’s late summer in Charleston, and while Lowcountry restaurant wine lists are as good as ever — yes, despite the…

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Courtesy Barbara Leung

Chinatown USANew York

The Enduring Value of New York’s Oldest Chinese Restaurant

Nom Wah Tea Parlor, as my family tells it, was the first Chinese restaurant I ate at. I can’t confirm…

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Resy SpotlightLos Angeles

For Mozza’s Nancy Silverton, Flexibility Is the Future of Restaurants

Even by the standards of what the typical restaurateur has endured during the pandemic, Nancy Silverton has had a time…

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One Great ListNew York

The Mellow, Sublime Wine Bounty of Red Hook Tavern

One Great List is Resy’s occasional tribute to particularly noteworthy or unique wine programs around the country.  Red Hook Tavern’s…

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Illustration: Anika Orrock

The Road Back

What Are the New Restaurant Manners? This Expert Has Answers

It’s been such a blitz of a few months — who knew from contactless delivery in January? — that it…

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GuidesNew York

Resy’s Guide to Wine Takeout in New York

Wine in restaurants is always complicated: Are you making the right choice? Is it a good deal? Right now, though,…

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Guides

Resy’s Guide to Takeout and Delivery in Manhattan

Even during these challenging times, many restaurants throughout New York are still ready to serve you. Here’s our list of…

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GuidesNew York

Resy’s Guide to Takeout and Delivery in Brooklyn & Queens

Even during these challenging times, many New York restaurants are still ready to serve you. Here’s our list of favorite…

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WineNew YorkChicagoLos AngelesSan Francisco

Wine Sales Are Keeping Restaurants Afloat. It Only Took a Pandemic to Make It Legal.

Things have been quiet at Pinch Chinese, the restaurant in New York’s Soho. Far too quiet for Miguel de Leon,…

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