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The Hit ListWashington D.C.

The Resy Hit List: Where In D.C. You’ll Want to Eat Right Now

There’s no question we hear more often: Where should I go eat? And while we at Resy know it’s an…

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The Hit ListWashington D.C.

The Resy Hit List: Where In D.C. You’ll Want to Eat Right Now

There’s no question we hear more often: Where should I go eat? And while we at Resy know it’s an…

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Escargots at Pastis

The RundownWashington D.C.

Pastis Is Bringing Its French Good Vibes to the Nation’s Capital

Washington, D.C., has a reputation for being an overworked, buttoned-up city. Blame partisan politics and Beltway traffic, maybe. Stephen Starr,…

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GuidesWashington D.C.

The Resy Guide to D.C. Italian Restaurants For Every Mood

Let’s be clear about one thing: Washington, D.C. loves its Italian food, no matter the occasion, no matter the time…

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The Hit ListWashington D.C.

The January Hit List: Rasika, Red Hen, Grazie Mille, and More

Since January is typically one of the slowest months for restaurants, we propose to you that now is the time…

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Best of The Hit ListWashington D.C.

The 10 Restaurants That Defined Dining in D.C. This Year

We asked our contributors to the Resy Hit List to share their top dining experiences in their cities this year — 10…

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GuidesWashington D.C.

Twelve Terrific Spots for Group Dining Across D.C.

The holiday rush is on in the nation’s capital, which means office holiday parties, family gatherings, and celebrations with friends…

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The Hit ListWashington D.C.

The November Hit List: Little Blackbird, Dear Sushi, and Charley Prime

Let’s give thanks: D.C.’s dining scene shows no sign of cooling off this November. We’ve got new spots to welcome,…

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The One Who Keeps the BookWashington D.C.

How to Nab a Seat at Maydān, And What To Order When You’re There

Stepping into Maydān takes you on a sensory journey. You enter what feels like a secret door, tucked away in…

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GuidesWashington D.C.

The Cocktail Spots Across D.C. You Won’t Want to Miss

In a city of partisan gridlock — and literal gridlock — sometimes a good drink is needed to help take…

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