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Resy’s 2022 Holiday Bucket List for Washington D.C.

During the holidays, Washington, D.C. lights up to merry and bright levels with seasonal festivities, holiday markets, and (of course)…

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The Hit List

Where to Eat in December: Moon Rabbit, Crazy Aunt Helen’s, and More

It’s the time of year to dine out and celebrate at one of Washington’s top restaurants and bars — this…

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Mussels at Brabo Brasserie in Washington, DC.

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Now on Resy: Central Michel Richard, Due South, Crazy Aunt Helen’s, and More Local Favorites

From a darling French-American bistro in Penn Quarter to a tribute to Southern cooking in Navy Yard, these are just a few of…

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The quesabirria at Vagabond in Washington, DC.

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

Colder weather has arrived in D.C.. While your first instinct may be to hibernate, head instead to one of the…

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The Hit List

Where to Eat in November: Bar Spero, Hill East Burger, Opal, and More

As Washington gears up for another contentious political and holiday season, there really is no debating the fact that our…

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The Resy Guide to Plant-Forward Latin American Food in D.C.

Observation No. 1: Latin American fare goes way beyond just Mexican food here in D.C. Observation No. 2: While Central…

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The D.C. Reservations You’ll Want to Access in Fall 2022

As fall arrives in D.C. and we shift into the collective wistfulness for lost residual daylight hours, there is still…

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Chinatown USA

The Resy Guide to Dim Sum in Washington, D.C.

Delicately made, beautifully presented and bursting with sweet or savory fillings, there is nothing not to love about dim sum.…

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The Hit List

Where to Eat in October: Rose’s Luxury, La Tejana, The Dabney, and More

In the nation’s capital, what’s old is new again, thanks to refreshed menus and restaurants adding sequels to their repertoires.…

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