Photo courtesy of Les Trois Chevaux

The Hit List

The August Hit List: Hart’s, Les Trois Chevaux, Baby Luc’s, and More

Between complaints about the humidity and whining over thunderstorms, summer in New York City will be over before you know…

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The Rundown

Everything You Need to Know About One White Street, Opening in Tribeca

Come for the fish, stay for the wine. // Photo courtesy of Dame

Wine Hit List

The Wine Hit List, Peak Summer Edition: Dame, LittleMad, Da Toscano, and More

Guides

The Resy Guide to Outdoor Dining in New York

Summer is here! What does that mean for alfresco dining? Dining rooms may be open at full capacity, but one…

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Sixty Three Clinton's Samuel Clonts, left, and Raymond Trinh. // Photo courtesy of Sixty Three Clinton; other photography by Giada Paoloni

Dish By Dish

Samuel Clonts and Ray Trinh’s Accessible Fine Dining at Sixty Three Clinton, As Seen Through Five Dishes

Samuel Clonts and Raymond Trinh go way back. The two met as high schoolers in Arizona, working together at the…

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Resy Spotlight

Meet Tama Matsuoka Wong, the Forager Who Brings Weeds to New York’s Top Restaurants

What do a pillar of haute gastronomy, a Harlem cocktail bar, a buzzy Korean restaurant, and a pioneer of vegetarian cooking all have in common?…

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Interviews

Les Halles Owner Philippe Lajaunie Shares His Memories of Anthony Bourdain

It’s been 23 years since restaurateur Philippe Lajaunie met Anthony Bourdain, the chef who led the kitchen at his New…

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The Rundown

J-Spec Wagyu Dining Is New York’s Newest Omakase Sleeper Hit

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

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Oyster and Wine Pairings in New York

Is there anything better than a freshly shucked oyster on the half shell? … Maybe when it’s paired with a…

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Resy Lineup

The Resy Lineup: Bixi in Harlem, Fried Chicken Buckets, and Brunch for a Cause

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

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New on Resy

Now Open on Resy: Les Trois Chevaux, Joomak Banjum, Maison Premiere, and More

New York City has officially entered the sticky, sweltering phase of summer, meaning it’s time to seek sweet, cool relief…

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Sixty Three Clinton's Samuel Clonts, left, and Raymond Trinh. // Photo courtesy of Sixty Three Clinton; other photography by Giada Paoloni

Dish By Dish

Samuel Clonts and Ray Trinh’s Accessible Fine Dining at Sixty Three Clinton, As Seen Through Five Dishes

Samuel Clonts and Raymond Trinh go way back. The two met as high schoolers in Arizona, working together at the…

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Interviews

Les Halles Owner Philippe Lajaunie Shares His Memories of Anthony Bourdain

It’s been 23 years since restaurateur Philippe Lajaunie met Anthony Bourdain, the chef who led the kitchen at his New…

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Gage & Tollner's martini, complete with sidecar.

The Hit List

The July Hit List: Gage & Tollner, Le Pavillon, Queens Night Market, and More

It’s summer in the city, New York is in full swing, and anyone who is anyone is hitting their favorite…

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Austin Power, center, wants everyone to find a context to drink sake. // Photo courtesy of Accidental Bar

Interviews

Accidental Bar’s Austin Power Wants Everyone to Love Sake

Forty days may be enough time for a biblical flood, but it is not much time to open a restaurant,…

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The outdoor setup at Rosatoro, in Long Island City.

Guides

The Resy Guide to the Best Restaurants on New York’s Open Streets

New York City’s Open Streets are officially here to stay. Launched last year during the spring peak of the pandemic,…

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Resy Spotlight

Meet Tama Matsuoka Wong, the Forager Who Brings Weeds to New York’s Top Restaurants

What do a pillar of haute gastronomy, a Harlem cocktail bar, a buzzy Korean restaurant, and a pioneer of vegetarian cooking all have in common?…

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