Why We Go

Sujata Day on Her L.A. Search For Samosas As Good As Mom's

What makes a restaurant special enough for us to return to again and again? In our recurring essay series Why…

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The Classics

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

Dish By Dish

The Indian Sports Bar Wonder That Is Pijja Palace, In Five Dishes

Pijja Palace is the sort of new opening that you can only find in L.A.: a chef-driven Indian sports bar in…

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Interviews

How Salt’s Cure Became L.A.’s Quintessential Breakfast Joint

Salt’s Cure has been a fixture in Los Angeles’ breakfast scene for over a decade, beloved for its house-cured meats…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Great Cocktails With Dinner in Los Angeles

Some evenings call for a cocktail with your dinner. A martini, say. Or an old fashioned. Maybe a margarita. But…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Late-Night Dining in Los Angeles

True, a lot of L.A. restaurants do go dark relatively early, but don’t for one moment believe the city rolls up…

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Dining Access Hit List

Ten Restaurants That Define Great Dining in Summer 2022

If there’s anything we’ve learned after the past two years it’s that dining out should delight us. It should not…

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The Rundown

What to Expect at Kodō, the Arts District’s Sleek New Izakaya

Taking over the former Firehouse in Los Angeles’ Arts District is no small undertaking—the massive space was previously home to…

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Dish By Dish

The Real Story of Silver Lake’s Eszett, as Told in Five Dishes

When Eszett debuted in Silver Lake back in December 2019 — just a few months before the pandemic shuttered restaurants…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to the Best Pizza In Los Angeles (Yes, Los Angeles)

Is there such a thing as L.A.-style pizza? It’s complicated. By way of loose definition, consider that Los Angeles-style pizza…

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Resy Spotlight

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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Interviews

David Rosoff Is Back in Silver Lake With Bar Moruno (But That’s Not All)

To say that David Rosoff is a seasoned operator in the Los Angeles restaurant scene would be doing the man…

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Chef Features

The New Kato is Proof: Taiwanese American Fine Dining Has Arrived

Los Angeles is no stranger to splashy restaurant openings, but it’s not every day that a one-time strip mall gem…

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The Rundown

Everything You Need to Know About Ray Garcia’s Asterid

For some chefs, taking over a legacy restaurant at one of L.A.’s most iconic cultural destinations is a task too…

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The Rundown

What to Expect at Camphor, the New Arts District French Bistro

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

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Chef Features

How Michael’s Brought the Food and Art Worlds Together, One Painting at a Time

If life is largely about finding your tribe, then Kim and Michael McCarty have been especially lucky, ever since the…

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The Rundown

What To Expect at Jewel, Virgil Village’s Plant-Based Gem

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

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The One Who Keeps the Book

How To Snag the Best Seats in the House at Little Dom’s in Los Feliz

Little Dom’s is clubby in the best possible way: The beloved Italian joint, smack dab in one of the most…

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New to Global Dining Access

Asterid, Kato, Margot, and More: How to Access L.A.’s Best in Spring 2022

After another round of twists, turns, peaks, and waves, the energy of L.A.’s dining scene is once again reaching a…

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Chef Features

At The Dutchess, Three Bakers and a Burmese-Indian Chef Revive a Historic Ojai Space

In the center of the dining room of  The Dutchess, a new restaurant in idyllic Ojai, some 80 miles north…

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Bars and Cocktails

Inside the Design of the Stunning Wyman Bar, in Downtown L.A.

Los Angeles’ treasures often hide in plain sight. Take the Bradbury Building at the southeast corner of Third Street and…

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The Rundown

Everything You Need to Know About Perle, a French Bistro in Pasadena

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

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Guides

The Resy Guide to the Best Outdoor Dining in Los Angeles

For many Angelenos, alfresco has long been the preferred way to dine. Between the fresh air, warm weather, and world-class…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Splurge-Worthy Takeout in Los Angeles

During a pandemic, anything you do outside of the normal day-to-day can feel like a splurge. Driving more than five…

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All photos by Eric Wolfinger, courtesy of Mother Wolf

Dish By Dish

How Mother Wolf’s Evan Funke Puts His Stamp on Roman Food, In Five Dishes

Although Evan Funke’s name has been synonymous with Italian food in Los Angeles for some time, his elegant new Hollywood…

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Interviews

Wes Avila Wants You to See His Mexican Cooking At Ka’teen As Pure L.A.

When Wes Avila left Guerrilla Tacos, the concept he built from street cart to brick-and-mortar space in the Arts District,…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to the Best Outdoor Dining in Los Angeles

For many Angelenos, alfresco has long been the preferred way to dine. Between the fresh air, warm weather, and world-class…

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Hippo

The Rundown

At Highland Park’s Hippo, It’s Like a Dinner Party Every Night

Before you go to a restaurant, what do you need to know most? In our series The Rundown, we’re sharing…

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LuLu at the Hammer

Interviews

David Tanis on Building Lulu, and Making a New Debut in L.A.

When the doyenne of seasonal California cooking calls on you to open a new restaurant in a new city, any…

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The table is set // Photo by Pop Media LA for Hanchic. Other photography by Will Blunt and Patrick Manalo

Dish By Dish

How Hanchic Adds an Edge to Korean Tradition, As Seen Through Five Dishes

Kyungbin Min excels at experimentation, so the curveball of the pandemic sent him into a spiral — a positive one…

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Cosa Buona

Dish By Dish

Cosa Buona’s Twists on Italian-American Classics, As Seen Through Five Dishes

Zach Pollack knew he’d come back to pizza someday, but he had no idea he’d switch from artisanal crusts to…

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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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Community Series

A Local’s Guide to Eating Your Way Through Long Beach’s Incredible Cambodian Restaurants 

James Tir, known as @lbfoodcoma on Instagram, is no stranger to knowing the best places to grab a bite to…

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Chef Features

At Alta Adams, a Community’s Story Is Told on the Walls

In the open kitchen at Alta Adams, the various threads of California cooking, Southern flavors, and chef Keith Corbin’s West…

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Guides

Where to Find Great Food and Drinks on L.A.’s Rooftops? We’ve Got Ideas.

With sunsets, mountains, and ocean views from just about any angle, it’s hard to believe rooftop restaurants and bars weren’t…

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Global Dining Access

Global Dining Access Presents: Supper Club in Beverly Hills

A dream dinner party under the stars. On August 27 and 28, 2022, Global Dining Access members can attend a…

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The One Who Keeps the Book

How to Get a Table At Ka’teen, Wes Avila’s Latest Hit Restaurant

Is it possible that everyone in L.A. is vacationing in Tulum right now, or are they all just dining at…

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The Rundown

All About De Buena Planta, Which Brings Plant-Based Mexican to Silver Lake

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

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New on Resy

New on Resy: Mes Amis, Dono, Short Stories, and More

From a tapas destination in Santa Monica to Baja-style cuisine in a Hollywood hotspot, the July edition of New on…

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Dish By Dish

How Jon and Vinny Are Reconceiving Animal, As Seen in Six Dishes

Given how very specific Animal was to its time and place when it opened — circa 2008, recession-era Los Angeles,…

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Interviews

The Sisters Behind L.A.’s Coming of Age for Thai Food

Tuk Tuk Thai had been situated on Pico Boulevard, serving classic Thai dishes like pad see ew, barbecue chicken, and…

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The Rundown

How Mes Amis Is Bringing Back Old Hollywood Glamour

After two long years in sweatpants, a return to old-school Hollywood glamour is a welcome change of pace, and nowhere…

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Letter of Recommendation

Why Marvin Is the Perfect Place (to Meet in the Middle)

You know that one restaurant that’s just right because of that one special thing? Yeah, us too. That’s why we’re…

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