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A few dishes from La Brasserie

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The Timeless Joy of French Restaurants

I’m seated in the far-right corner booth of the recently opened La Brasserie on a particularly gray late afternoon in…

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Birdie G’s Is Planning a Hanukkah Feast, With an All-Star Cast

Members of Global Dining Access by Resy have exclusive early access to reservations for “8 Nights at Birdie G’s.” An eligible…

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An Oral History of Dear John’s, and Its Limited-Time Comeback

Named after the late golden age actor Johnny Harlowe — its original proprietor — Dear John’s  opened in 1962, was famously…

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Pizza in Los Angeles Today Is The Best Ever. It’s Also … Complicated.

Los Angeles is not known for its pizza. Historically, that is. Slice shops don’t exist on every corner like they…

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Community Series

On the Resilience of Long Beach’s Cambodian American Community

James Tir is a Cambodian American food content creator and Long Beach, Calif. native who grew up in Long Beach’s…

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The Classics

Daniel Navarro Kept El Cochinito in the Family. Now He’s Made Sure It Reflects the Community

In the days before COVID-19, there’s a good chance you drove by El Cochinito  a million times without noticing it.…

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Interviews

For Mozza’s Nancy Silverton, Flexibility Is the Future of Restaurants

Even by the standards of what the typical restaurateur has endured during the pandemic, Nancy Silverton has had a time…

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The Story of Chulita, and How It Carved Out a Space of its Own

Off the Venice Beach Boardwalk and up Rose Avenue’s residential stretches stands a corner restaurant many locals call theirs. Chulita,…

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Resy Features

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 Spotlight

At Fiona, an Offbeat Pairing makes Perfect Sense

With a hungry audience, Fiona chefs Nicole Rucker and Shawn Pham celebrate their differences—pie and Banh Mi—for a winning combination.

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