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Chef FeaturesSan Francisco

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,…

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Resy SpotlightNew York

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…

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Chef FeaturesCharleston

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…

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Chef FeaturesNew York

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…

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Resy SpotlightNew York

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.

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Resy SpotlightNew York

Bobo Reimagined: A taste of Provence in Greenwich Village

Tucked away off bustling Seventh Avenue and housed beneath a nondescript set of stairs, sits quaint West Village restaurant Bobo, the swanky…

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Chef FeaturesCharleston

FIG Chef Mike Lata On Hospitality

In 2003, Chef Mike Lata and co-owner Adam Nemirow opened the now-iconic FIG. “What we stand for goes back to the…

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Chef FeaturesAustin

Where There’s Smoke, There’s Izakaya and Texas Whiskey

Japanese and Texan cuisines combine at hot Austin smokehouse/izakaya, Kemuri Tatsu-Ya.

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Chef FeaturesAtlanta

15 Questions With Chef Hugh Acheson

Perhaps you know Georgia chef Hugh Acheson from his stints judging on “Top Chef,” or maybe you’re familiar with his…

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EventsMiami

Chef Michael Schwartz’s Guide to Miami Art Week Dining

With Art Week upon us—the annual convergence of international art shows and parties invading the Magic City from December 4–11—hundreds…

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