Washington D.C.

Everywhere We Want to Dine This Fall

For us, autumn means one thing above all else: It’s peak restaurant season. Everyone’s back from summer adventures and there are a ton of restaurants to explore: new openings, neighborhood gems, and all the standbys you can’t want to revisit. Here’s where we’re excited about this fall.

The Rundown

All About El Presidente, Stephen Starr’s D.C. Ode to Mexico

In Washington, D.C. it’s the question everyone is asking: Is Stephen Starr running? No, he’s not campaigning for commander-in-chief, but…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Essential Cozy Locales in D.C.

Colder weather is landing in D.C., and while your first instinct may be to hibernate, may we suggest instead heading…

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Fall Preview

The Resy Guide to Autumn in Washington, D.C.

As the cool air rushes in to save us from D.C.’s sweltering, and prolonged, summer, it’s time to plan ahead…

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Neutral Ground lemon pie

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D.C.’s Newest Restaurant Openings, Now on Resy

Want to know the latest — and greatest — restaurant openings in Washington D.C.? You’re in the right spot. From…

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Best of The Hit List

18 Restaurants Across America We Can’t Wait To Try Right Now

Fall is upon us, which means opening season for the most ambitious and interesting restaurants. And this year’s new crop…

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Guides

Where to Find the Most Memorable Burgers in D.C.

Everyone has an opinion about the best burger, especially those in the heart of burger-obsessed D.C. Some cheer for the…

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The Rundown

Petite Cerise Brings The Dabney’s Sensibilities to an All-Day French Café

Finding a decent sit-down breakfast spot in D.C. can be surprisingly difficult. Perhaps you know this struggle too — a…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Dining in D.C.’s Shaw Neighborhood

One of the most exciting aspects of living in D.C. is that the city’s neighborhoods keep growing and changing. Historically,…

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Fall Preview

The Resy Guide to Autumn in Washington, D.C.

As the cool air rushes in to save us from D.C.’s sweltering, and prolonged, summer, it’s time to plan ahead…

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