All Cities: The Classics


Letter of RecommendationNew York

Midtown’s French Legends Are Gone, But La Bonne Soupe Ladles On

This week on Resy we’re exploring the many facets of French restaurants in New York. We unpack why New York…

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The ClassicsNew York

How Telly’s Taverna Stays True to Its Roots, Even as It Changes With the Times

The first time that I stepped into Telly’s Taverna, I was with a friend who worked in the fish business.…

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Inside Moosewood restaurant in Ithaca, N.Y.

The ClassicsNew York

Moosewood, the Legendary Vegetarian Restaurant, Embarks on Its Next Chapter

This past summer, a chalkboard emblazoned with the message “WELCOME MOOSEWOOD!” with two columns of names written below hung outside…

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The ClassicsSan Francisco

Passing It Down: On Lois the Pie Queen and Soul Food Generations

Lois the Pie Queen just might be the oldest Black-owned restaurant in California. These days, it’s run by Lois’ son,…

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Spago Los Angeles

Resy FeaturesLos Angeles

How Spago Changed Everything

Spago opened on a chilly evening in January 1982. The first night, 21 Rolls-Royces jammed into the restaurant’s tiny parking lot…

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The ClassicsLos Angeles

L.A.’s Timeless Dresden Begins a New Chapter, Minus a Familiar Sound

There is a reason that “Mad Men,” that iconic capsule of 1960s cool, used The Dresden Restaurant & Lounge on…

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The outside of Raoul's in Soho

The ClassicsNew York

As Soho’s Iconic Raoul’s Expands, a Look at What Keeps It a Classic

“Without atmosphere, a painting is nothing,” Rembrandt once said. Some would say the same about a signature dish at a…

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A spread of dishes from Ipanema.

The ClassicsNew York

The New Ipanema Embraces Change, But Doesn’t Forget Its Past

Chances are, if you went to see a Broadway show, wandered around near Times Square, or simply got a bit…

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The Classics

25 Historic Restaurants Honored in $1 Million Grant Program. These Are Their Stories

At Resy, we believe that classic restaurants are the heartbeat of their communities. Today, American Express and the National Trust…

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The ClassicsDetroit

At 50, Phoenicia Remains Detroit’s Icon Of Middle Eastern Cuisine

Time doesn’t always work against us. Sameer Eid and his Phoenicia restaurant in suburban Detroit are living proof — both…

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