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Resy SpotlightNew York

Meet The Duo Behind Esca’s Stellar Second Act

It’s not often that a restaurant survives two decades in New York City. Esca doesn’t plan to take that for…

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Resy SpotlightChicago

Income Tax Brings The Dynamic Energy of Parisian Neo-Bistros to Edgewater

It all started in Paris, just under two decades ago, when a culinary movement known as bistronomie began to take…

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Resy SpotlightLondon

Telling Their Own Stories: How Sarah Gill Keeps Darby’s A Family Affair

Originally from Dublin, Sarah Gill is co-founder and one of the key people behind the highly successful and growing restaurant…

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GuidesNew York

Danny Bowien on Going Off Menu and Offbeat at Mission Chinese Food

Danny Bowien’s Mission Chinese Food boasts a distinct sense of personality. Guests at any of the institution’s three locations (one…

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Chef FeaturesLondon

When The Line Comes Calling: How Ana Gonçalves Became One of the Hottest Chefs In Town

Ana Gonçalves is one half of TĀ TĀ Eatery, a creative cooking team that have developed cult-like status in the…

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Resy SpotlightLondon

Small Restaurant, Huge Punch: How Brixton’s Smoke & Salt Is Cooking Outside The Box

‘Modern dining and ancient techniques’.  What’s the first thought that comes to mind when these phrases are strung together? Cavemen…

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Resy SpotlightLondon

A British Bistro With A French Accent: Margaux Aubry on the Magic of Great Hospitality

Naughty Piglets opened in Brixton in 2015, a forerunner of the growing movement of neighborhood restaurants. Margaux and her then-partner…

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Resy SpotlightSan Francisco

At Chef Brandon Jew’s Acclaimed Restaurants, Heritage Techniques Are The Secret Sauce

On a side alley in the heart of Chinatown, Mister Jiu’s recalls the Chinese traditions that made the original Four…

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Chef FeaturesLos Angeles

Reimagining Kaiseki Through the Lens of Three Award-Winning LA Chefs

L.A. is buzzing with kaiseki right now—the tradition of serving multi-course meals to celebrate the seasons with exacting technique and…

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Resy SpotlightSan Francisco

At The Morris, Shaking Things Up With A Centuries-Old French Liqueur

Originally intended for medicinal use and eventually adapted as a beverage for its delicious taste, Chartreuse is an obsession for veteran sommelier and owner Paul Einbund.

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