The Hit List

The December Hit List: Sunken Harbor Club, La Bonne Soupe, 8282 and More 

We made it, finally. In what felt like both the longest and shortest year in recent memory, one constant has…

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Chef Features

Wylie Dufresne Finds His Ultimate Challenge (Spoiler: It’s Pizza)

Chef Features

Seven Incredible Holiday Dishes, According to New York Chefs — and Where You Can Find Them

Guides

The Resy Guide to Omakase in New York

New York City is blessed with an incredible variety of restaurants specializing in Japanese omakase dining. And while we tend…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to New York’s Essential Cozy Locales

Have you recently walked past a restaurant with a breezy outdoor dining structure, chin buried in your jacket, and wondered,…

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Interviews

Al Di Là’s Anna Klinger on the Magic of Brooklyn, and Staying Power

For many New York City restaurants, one year in business is a significant milestone. Five years, and you’re comfortable. Ten…

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Guides

Twelve Excellent Private Dining Rooms in New York

New York City’s endless supply of standout restaurants are enough to keep a dedicated eater occupied every night of the…

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The One Who Keeps the Book

What to Order at Avra Madison (and How to Get a Table There)

Right at home among Celine and Balenciaga, the power restaurant that is Avra Madison — sister to the original Avra…

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Chef Features

The Musket Room Won’t Go Back to the Status Quo

The white gazpacho on the menu at The Musket Room in New York is more than a good dish, it’s…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to New York’s New Pasta Guard

As a city with red sauce coursing through its veins, it’s safe to say New York has never lacked in…

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The Rundown

Five Things to Know About Ci Siamo, Danny Meyer’s Latest Opening

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

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Resy Questionnaire

20 Questions With Shuka and Shukette’s Ayesha Nurdjaja

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 Classics

The Most Amazing Things Can Happen After a Meal at Sparks

When I bought the lease for my first restaurant, Union Square Cafe on East 16th Street, I made the deal with a…

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The Classics

The Family Restaurant That’s Become New York’s Melting Pot for Nearly 50 Years

This March, one of New York City’s most beloved dim sum palaces closed its doors and the city lost a shared piece…

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Dish By Dish

How To Treat Yourself at New York’s LittleMad, In Four Dishes

In a tiny little nook of a restaurant parked on Madison Avenue, the kitchen likes to make things … madder. Sorry,…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Vietnamese American Food in New York

New York City has never had a reputation for its Vietnamese cuisine, unlike other major U.S. cities, but that’s beginning…

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Community Series

New York Has Incredible Mexican Food. Here’s Where to Find It.

“Sweet baby Quetzalcoatl, this would last people a week.” It’s a hot, sticky August day in Corona, Queens, and a…

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Guides

10 Great New York Tasting Menus Under $100

Sometimes, it’s just better to leave things to an expert. And whom better to entrust your dining experience than a…

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Plenty of space for wheelchairs, including at the bar, in Contento's dining room. // Photo by Lily Brown, courtesy of Contento

Interviews

How Contento Offers a Blueprint for True Acessibility in Restaurants

Sommelier and New York native Yannick Benjamin grew up surrounded by relatives in the hospitality business, including his father, uncle,…

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The current-day Gage & Tollner dining room. // Photo courtesy of Gage & Tollner; historical photos courtesy of the Brooklyn Historical Society

The Classics

The Long Road to Gage & Tollner’s Once-and-Again Return

Historically, there are no second acts for famous New York restaurants. Rector’s, Mama Leone’s, The Colony, The Quilted Giraffe’s, Maxwell’s…

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Photo by Gary He for Resy

Photo Essays

Behind the Scenes at Saga

When Saga opens later this month, it will by definition be one of New York City’s most high-profile restaurant openings…

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The One Who Keeps the Book

What to Order at Kokomo (and How to Get a Table There)

Williamsburg’s hardest-to-get-into venue isn’t some nightlife hotspot. In fact, it’s a restaurant. We’re talking about Kokomo, the perpetually packed dinner…

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Chef Features

All Kate Telfeyan Wants Is a Better Restaurant Industry 

What happens when you write an article that decries the relationship between food media and the rise of toxic restaurant leaders, only…

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The sea bass dish at Joomak Banjum. // Photography courtesy of Joomak Banjum

The Rundown

Five Things to Know About Joomak Banjum, Now Open in Koreatown

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

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"It’s the technique from Europe, and the flavors I grew up eating," says Luthun's Nahid Ahmed. // Photography courtesy of Luthun

Interviews

At Luthun, Affordable Tasting Menus Are the Way Forward

In July 2019, Chef Nahid Ahmed achieved a dream more than a decade in the making: opening his own East…

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Chinatown USA

Behind the Scenes of Stephanie Shih’s Sunset Park Chinatown Tour

On a sunny fall afternoon, Stephanie H. Shih took us on a tour of one of her favorite neighborhoods: Sunset…

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Dish By Dish

Nami Nori Continues to Evolve, As Seen Through Five New Dishes on Its New Brooklyn Menu

It would’ve been easy to simply copy and paste. When you’re opening the second location of a restaurant as popular as…

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Resy Lineup

The Resy Lineup: Celebrate Hanukkah, Feast on Uni, and Get Started on Holiday Gift Shopping

Welcome to the Resy Lineup, your regular dose of recommendations on what to eat, drink, and see — updated on…

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Chef Features

Behind the Scenes at Stretch Pizza

Chef Wylie Dufresne may be most associated with molecular gastronomy thanks to the groundbreaking cooking he did at New York’s…

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Guides

Twelve Excellent Private Dining Rooms in New York

New York City’s endless supply of standout restaurants are enough to keep a dedicated eater occupied every night of the…

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New on Resy

New on Resy: Kissaki, Avra Madison, Jack & Charlie’s 118, And More

From innovative takes on sushi omakase to a cozy West Village bar with more than 100 wines by the glass,…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Thanksgiving in New York

While some of us might relish cooking at home on the big day, there’s no bigger holiday flex than letting your favorite…

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The One Who Keeps the Book

What to Order at Avra Madison (and How to Get a Table There)

Right at home among Celine and Balenciaga, the power restaurant that is Avra Madison — sister to the original Avra…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to New York’s Essential Cozy Locales

Have you recently walked past a restaurant with a breezy outdoor dining structure, chin buried in your jacket, and wondered,…

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Resy Questionnaire

20 Questions With Vestry’s Shaun Hergatt

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

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Omakase in New York

New York City is blessed with an incredible variety of restaurants specializing in Japanese omakase dining. And while we tend…

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