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The Essential Atlanta Restaurants For Oyster Lovers

Not long ago Atlanta was, surprisingly, not an oyster town. Sure, we had oyster spots that were beloved for their…

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Mashama Bailey Goes to Austin, Bringing the Flavors of Savannah

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The Resy Guide to Great Italian Restaurants in Atlanta

Craving Italian food but not quite ready to book your flight? Don’t worry; you can indulge in incredible Italian fare…

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The Resy Guide to Atlanta’s Essential Mexican Restaurants

When Mexican restaurants are great, they become absolutely essential to a city. And Atlanta is fortunate enough to have many…

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20 Questions with Redbird’s Zeb Stevenson

In the Resy Questionnaire, we play a game of 20 questions with the industry folks behind some of our favorite…

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How to Score a Table at BoccaLupo, Atlanta’s Palace of Pasta

Jason Furst, general manager at BoccaLupo, jokingly calls himself a “reservations systems nerd.” That’s not a bad type of nerd…

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Why Fellows Cafe Is Exactly Where You Want to Be On a Saturday Morning

In a small yellow house, tucked away on a quiet street in historic Roswell, sits Fellows Cafe. Each seat inside…

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Where You’ll Want to Dine in Athens, Georgia

Athens is known for many things. Of course, it’s most well-known for the University of Georgia and the —ahem —…

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The Resy Guide to Atlanta’s Best Black-Owned Brunch Spots

Sunday Brunch in the Bible Belt used to be such a simple concept. It was Belgian waffles and sausage links,…

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Five Things to Know About JoJo’s Beloved Cocktail Lounge in Midtown

Before you go to a restaurant, what do you want — or need — to know most? In our series,…

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How to Get a Table at Lyla Lila, and What to Order

There was a time when getting a table at Lyla Lila, Midtown’s super-buzzy southern European restaurant, was very easy. All…

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Meet Citizen Soul, the Neighborhood Pub Alpharetta Always Wanted

Before you go to a restaurant, what do you want — or need — to know most? In our series,…

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Where to Eat in Atlanta This Month: Park 82, Monday Night Garage, and More

If dining in Atlanta during the autumn season is your particular wave, you’re not alone — even if you’re decidedly a…

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Where to Find Spectacular Middle Eastern Food in Atlanta

Whether you want fast-casual or fancier dining with white tablecloths, Atlanta and its surrounding suburbs have plenty of variety when…

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Where to Eat in August: Aria, Mac’s Raw Bar, Cremalosa, and More

As you can tell, it’s still summertime in Atlantaland. And everybody’s still out and about, enjoying the citywide mission of…

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What to Order at Juniper Cafe, Atlanta’s Tribute to Modern Vietnamese Food

Juniper Cafe opened in December, bringing bright flavors and a cheery atmosphere to northwest Atlanta. A concept from chefs Ron…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Atlanta’s Essential Mexican Restaurants

When Mexican restaurants are great, they become absolutely essential to a city. And Atlanta is fortunate enough to have many…

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Resy Questionnaire

20 Questions with Redbird’s Zeb Stevenson

In the Resy Questionnaire, we play a game of 20 questions with the industry folks behind some of our favorite…

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The Rundown

Meet Citizen Soul, the Neighborhood Pub Alpharetta Always Wanted

Before you go to a restaurant, what do you want — or need — to know most? In our series,…

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The Hit List

Where You’ll Want to Dine in Athens, Georgia

Athens is known for many things. Of course, it’s most well-known for the University of Georgia and the —ahem —…

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The July Hit List: One Flew South, Slabtown, Ticonderoga Club, and More

Don’t. Call. It. Hot. Lanta.  Yes, it’s hot! But still, Atlanta should never be allowed to lose our always-underrated, always-overperforming…

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How Athens and Atlanta Dining Shaped Nicole Taylor’s Career

To commemorate the publication of her book, “Watermelon & Red Birds,” Nicole Taylor in partneship with Resy will be hosting…

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