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Chef Features

Daniela Soto-Innes on Collaboration, City-wide Haunts & the Franks Backyard Chef Series

Leading up to the upcoming Resy x Franks dinner (Aug.14) in the boisterous backyard garden of Frankies Spuntino 457, we caught…

By Emily Wilson

Chef Features

Breaking Bread and Breaking Ground with Baker Zoe Kanan

For Zoe Kanan, growing up in Texas, sweets were a common thread. She was a picky eater with a vegetarian…

By Emily Wilson

Chef Features

Nouvelle Nouvelle Cuisine—Sota Atsumi at Chefs Club

Since April, downtown diners have been transported to Paris—that is, Chef Sota Atsumi’s vision of Paris—at Chefs Club in Nolita.…

By Carly DeFilippo

15 Questions with Pacific Standard Time’s Erling Wu-Bower

We caught up with the chef to get the inside scoop on his latest concept and hear how things have been rocking since the doors opened in early May.

By Emily Wilson

Chef Features

15 Questions with Alter’s Brad Kilgore

Alter is arguably Miami’s most buzzed about restaurant, and for good reason: the perpetual hotspot, which is loved by critics and…

By Olee Fowler

Chef Features

Dominique Crenn: On Community, Culture & Restaurants

“There’s a saying that ‘Humanity is the ultimate community,’” says chef Dominique Crenn. Within her Bay Area institutions (Atelier Crenn,…

By Allison Chesky

Resy Spotlight

The NoMad’s Unique Blend of High-Low Hospitality

The NoMad is a far cry from the sleek, modern aesthetic that one might expect from one of the city’s…

By Carly DeFilippo

Chef Features

Creativity Reigns at Tu

Chef Joshua Walker of Tu began his career in design—working as an artist and designer in New York, prior to parlaying…

By Vanessa Wolf

Chef Features

15 Questions with Chez Ma Tante’s Aidan O’Neal and Jake Leiber

Chez Ma Tante is a charming, bare-bones bistro located on a quiet block of Greenpoint, Brooklyn, owned and operated by…

By Emily Wilson

Resy Spotlight

The Four Horsemen’s European-Style Alternative to Weekend Brunch

Every weekend, chef Nick Curtola and his team serve a unique set lunch menu for only $28 (a steal), and, because of the restaurant’s nature—the wine is always flowing.

By Emily Wilson

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