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Boston: The Hit List

For all your restaurant recommendation needs, look no further than the Resy Hit List, our monthly list of 10 spots that should be on your radar.


The Hit List

The December Hit List: Wink & Nod, Mahaniyom, Bab Al-Yemen, and More

Boston dining is closing 2022 on a high note. First, we have the long-awaited, if unexpected, return of Wink &…

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Where to Eat in November: Sarma, Faccia a Faccia, Saltie Girl, and More

November brings fresh news updates for local favorites new and old. Sarma and Nightshade Noodle Bar are riding high after…

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Where to Eat in October: Shore Leave, Black Lamb, The Wig Shop, and More

The official start to fall brings a smattering of buzzy openings to the Greater Boston Area, and the Resy Hit…

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Where to Eat in September: Si Cara, Moëca, Faccia Brutta, and More

The Orange Line may be closed — but a lot has opened on the restaurant front. To be more specific,…

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Where to Eat in August: Parla XXI, Black Lamb, and More

The ultimate summer month has brought a real grab bag of Boston restaurant news. We’ve got a sequel of sorts…

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The July Hit List: Faccia Brutta, La Saison, Bosso Ramen Tavern, and More

Well, the NBA finals didn’t go exactly as we would have hoped. But there’s plenty worth celebrating in Boston this…

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The Summer 2022 Guide to Dining on Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard

It’s a question that can define a Massachusetts summer: Are you a Martha’s Vineyard person, or more inclined to Nantucket?…

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The June Hit List: Faccia Bruta, Celeste, Sarma, and More

Aside from the promised start of summer, June also brings us the return of Resy’s Women of Food series. As…

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The Ultimate Guide to Cape Cod Restaurants For Summer 2022

As the dawn of another glorious season approaches, it’s time to take stock of Cape Cod’s bountiful culinary options. Contrary…

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The May Hit List: Fox & the Knife, Next Door, Hecate, and More

As temperatures slowly rise, Boston must be working up a thirst. How else to explain the arrival of a duo…

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