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Welcome to Dish By Dish, a Resy deep dive into the best things to order at new hotspots and old standby restaurants.


A spread of dishes at Maydān in D.C.

Dish By DishWashington D.C.

How Maydān Tells Stories In Every Dish (And Its Condiments, Too)

“There’s not a thing on here that doesn’t have a story.” Rose Previte isn’t lying: Ask her about any of…

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Dish By DishLos Angeles

The Dishes You’ll Want to Order at Magari

In L.A.’s sea of Italian restaurants, there are a few ways to stand out: a regional focus, perhaps; perfecting a…

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The dishes from Dirt Candy's summer tasting menu.

Dish By DishNew York

How Dirt Candy Celebrates Summer in New York, in Five Delicious Dishes

A restaurant staying open in New York City is an extraordinary feat these days. Staying relevant and remaining revolutionary for…

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Dish By DishNew York

At Hags, Queer Fine Dining Is a Fantasy Come True

For chef Telly Justice and beverage director Camille Lindsley, their new restaurant, Hags, got its start as a fantasy, in…

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Dish By DishAtlanta

What to Order at Juniper Cafe, Atlanta’s Tribute to Modern Vietnamese Food

Juniper Cafe opened in December, bringing bright flavors and a cheery atmosphere to northwest Atlanta. A concept from chefs Ron…

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Dish By DishSan Francisco

Five Reasons Why Buddy Is Your New Favorite Neighborhood Bar

Buddy is your new favorite friendly neighborhood bar. It opened last fall in the Mission’s old Californios on space on…

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A spread of dishes at Soothr in the East Village

Dish By DishNew York

The Five Dishes You Have to Order at Soothr

Chances are, you’ve been told that the best Thai restaurants in New York can only be found in Elmhurst, Queens.…

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Dish By DishLos Angeles

How Jon and Vinny Are Reconceiving Animal, As Seen in Six Dishes

Given how very specific Animal was to its time and place when it opened — circa 2008, recession-era Los Angeles,…

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Dish By DishNew Orleans

How Lengua Madre’s Ana Castro Honors Her Mexico City Upbringing

“Lengua Madre is a very personal contemporary Mexican restaurant. It’s not fancy; it’s not your regular kind of Mexican restaurant…

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A spread of dishes from Il Fiorista

Dish By DishNew York

Il Fiorista’s Menu Is Peak Seasonal Cooking — Flowers Included

Il Fiorista, Italian for “the florist,” stays true to its name. The restaurant, owned by Alessandra and Mario De Benedetti,…

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