A view from a bookshelf inside the dining room at Llama San

Dish By Dish

The Dishes You’ll Want to Order at New York’s Llama San

For nearly five years, Llama San, the sophomore effort from Llama Inn chef and partner Erik Ramirez, has delighted New…

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Resy Features

Meet the Chef Helping to Build a Culture of Inclusion at New York’s Tatiana

Love Letters

A Love Letter to Bed-Stuy, and the Restaurants That Make New York Home

Fifteen years ago, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, was a different place. There was no Shake Shack outpost as you emerged from the…

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Guides

Everywhere You’ll Want to Eat in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn

With tree-lined streets and brownstones as far as the eye can see, Bedford-Stuyvesant, aka Bed-Stuy, is a special kind of…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Celebrating Lunar New Year in New York

While we’ve just celebrated the start of 2024, in just a few weeks — on Saturday, Feb. 10 to be…

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Resy Spotlight

In New York, Hana Makgeolli’s Alice Jun Is Building a Homegrown Sool Empire on Her Own Terms


In the back room of Hana Makgeolli in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, it’s mostly silent, with rice wine quietly fermenting in large…

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Resy Spotlight

Coqodaq Is Here to Make Fried Chicken as Fancy as You Want (Or Not)

In New York City, fried chicken is as abundant as tourists in Times Square on New Year’s Eve. It may…

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Guides

New York City’s Nominees for the 2024 James Beard Awards

This year’s James Beard Foundation Awards class in New York City includes an Elmhurst destination for spicy Isan Thai fare,…

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Staff Picks

The New York Restaurants We Loved in January

At Resy HQ, our New Year’s resolutions involve dining out even more than we did the year before, and so…

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Best of The Hit List

The 10 Restaurants That Defined New York Dining in 2023 

We asked our contributors to the Resy Hit List to share their top dining experiences in their cities this year — 10…

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Staff Picks

The New York Restaurants We Loved in 2023

Spotify Wrappeds have been unwrapped. And soon, your very own Resy Year in Review will be delivered, too. As we…

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Resy Features

Andrew Carmellini Is Out to Prove Fine Dining Is Anything But Over

A celebrated chef with sought-after restaurants all over the U.S., Andrew Carmellini knows how to create dining concepts that resonate…

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Interviews

Oxalis Chef Nico Russell on Why You Can’t Have a Restaurant Without a Community 


In a month, one of Brooklyn’s most celebrated restaurants, Michelin-starred Oxalis, is closing its doors — at least temporarily —…

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The Rundown

All About Maloya, Showcasing the Cuisine of Réunion in Bushwick

In a city with thousands of restaurants, it’s difficult to stand out. But Samuel Lebreton and Tara Gruszkiewicz are doing…

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Little Grenjai soup

The Rundown

Everything You Need to Know About Bed-Stuy’s Little Grenjai

One of the city’s most beloved roving pop-ups finally found a home in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn last fall and in this…

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The Rundown

All About Corima, Now Open in Chinatown

In this edition of the Resy Rundown, we’ve got all the details on Corima, the city’s newest destination for progressive…

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The Rundown

Everything You Need to Know About Naks, From the Same Team Behind Dhamaka and Semma

Ask most New Yorkers for their opinions or expertise on Filipino food and chances are — if you’re lucky —…

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The Rundown

Five Things to Know About the Rebirth of Café Boulud in New York

Café Boulud is nearly synonymous with its namesake, chef Daniel Boulud. A household name even beyond the world of the…

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The Rundown

All About Yingtao, Serving Chinese Fine-Dining in Hell’s Kitchen

Bolun Yao, a recent NYU graduate school alumnus, may be a relatively new name in the New York City restaurant…

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Resy Spotlight

Bangkok Supper Club Embraces Street Food, As You’ve Never Tasted It Before

The fondest food memories in Bangkok typically take place under string lights and atop rickety plastic stools in the dark…

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Resy Spotlight

Daniel Boulud and the Art of Mentorship

Say you gather a group of chefs, each acclaimed in their own right, whose one thing in common is a…

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Dish By Dish

How Ali Saboor Pushes the Envelope on Persian Cooking at Eyval

Eyval sits in a bright, sun-filled space in Bushwick, Brooklyn. White brick walls and prim wooden chairs serve as a…

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Taste Matters

Today’s Pop-Ups See a Different Restaurant World (For A Limited Time Only)

A few weeks ago, the loftlike tasting room at Hana Makgeolli in Greenpoint, Brooklyn transformed from a Korean sool brewery…

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Resy Spotlight

Seoul Salon Aims to Turn Us All On to the Korean Way of Drinking

In Korean culture, when someone says, “let’s get drinks together,” there’s often much more at stake than just a drink.…

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Resy Features

Eight Moments That Changed Spanish Cuisine in New York

For decades, Spanish food in New York was mediocre and monolithic, replete with generic tapas and parboiled-rice paella. The braised…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Incredible Desserts in New York

You don’t have to have a sweet tooth in order to save room for dessert. At the end of certain meals…

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Guides

18 of New York’s Best Ice Creams to Order for Dessert

We’re calling it now: The song of the summer is the Mr. Softee truck theme. Even so, if you need…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Excellent Bakeries in New York


There are a countless number of truly exceptional bakeries throughout New York City, and we’ve gathered some of the very…

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Interviews

Karen DeMasco Rejoins Gramercy Tavern — This Time as the Executive Pastry Chef

Since the start of the pandemic, restaurants with pastry chefs on staff have become a rare breed in New York…

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Resy Features

Six Ways That Momofuku Ko Forever Changed American Dining

Momofuku Ko was not David Chang’s first successful restaurant in New York City, nor is it his most anthemic. Those…

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The Tuome dining room.

Resy Spotlight

How Tuome Championed Casual Fine Dining Nearly a Decade Ago

Tucked in between Avenues A and B on a very quiet stretch of East 5th Street lies a restaurant almost…

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Letter of Recommendation

Why Joseph Leonard Is The Quintessential Village Restaurant

The landscape of New York City has changed dramatically since I first moved here three decades ago, back when the…

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Interviews

How Ella Schmidt Built Maite Into a Cross-Cultural Queer Haven

Ella Schmidt designed Maite as a refuge for anyone. In 2015, after years spent cooking at restaurants ranging from the…

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Guides

10 Queer-Led Restaurants and Bars to Celebrate Pride All Year Round

Summer and Pride month coincide to bring us a time in the city that’s just, well, magical. Weeknights and weekends…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Where (and What) to Drink This Winter in New York

Winter has officially arrived in New York. We’ve had the first snow and sub-freezing temps. But that doesn’t mean New…

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The scene at the bar at The Four Horsemen

Guides

The Resy Guide to Drinking Great French Wine in New York

This week on Resy we’re exploring the many facets of French restaurants in New York. We unpack why New York…

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Guides

21 New York Bars and Restaurants with Excellent Zero-Proof Cocktails

Somewhere around a decade ago the dreaded term “mocktail” first started to surface on menus, referring to drinks meant to…

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Wine Hit List

The Wine Hit List, Winter 2023 Edition: Foxface Natural, Leo, Gem Wine, and More

Our Wine Hit List for the final strech of 2023 finds New York deeply embracing the wine bar — in…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Great Bar Food in New York

Sure, there are still bars where you’re lucky to score a bowl of peanuts or a bag of potato chips…

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Guides

The Resy Guide for Where to Celebrate a Birthday in New York

Whether you’re deciding to round up the crew, indulge in a romantic evening on the cusp of a milestone birthday,…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to New York City’s 2023 Michelin Winners

The Michelin stars are back in New York — in a big way.   Below are the New York City…

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Ultimate Guides

The Ultimate Guide to Burgers (and Fries) in New York

Burgers can be polarizing. Some people prefer them medium rare, some (who are admittedly wrong) prefer them well done. It…

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Resy Spotlight

Dhamaka and Its Relentless, Unapologetic, and Very Necessary Pursuit

In the past two years since it opened in February 2021, Dhamaka is the relatively newer New York restaurant I…

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Ultimate Guides

The Resy Guide to Bars and Restaurants for Music Lovers 

As people who love restaurants, we know that when it comes to picking a spot for dinner, there’s much more…

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Ultimate Guides

The Resy Guide to New York’s Best Bars and Restaurants with Live Music

One of the best things about living in New York City: there’s no shortage of live entertainment. After many long…

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Interviews

Middle Eastern Food Is Having a Moment. Two Star Chefs Explain Why

When Alon Shaya and Ayesha Nurdjaja met for the first time, their mutual admiration was easy to understand. At their…

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Resy Features

Raf’s Brings Renewal to a Storied Little Italy Address

The fate of a pair of 88-year-old brick ovens at 290 Elizabeth Street in Manhattan, the heart of Little Italy,…

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Dish By Dish

The Stories (and People) Behind the Menu at 53 in New York

What secrets lie beneath the surface of a restaurant menu?  Here, we’re paying a visit to 53, a sleek bi-level…

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Resy Presents
Omakase in America

The Rundown

Everything You Need to Know About Greenpoint’s Radio Star, New From the Glasserie Team

In this version of the Resy Rundown, we’re sitting down with Sara Conklin, the owner of Greenpoint mainstay Glasserie and…

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The Rundown

Say Ciao to Roscioli NYC, Direct From Rome

New York’s newest import is none other than a Roman icon: Roscioli NYC. Clustered around Rome’s historic Campo di Fiore,…

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The Rundown

Meet Tolo, Now Serving Personal Chinese Food With Stellar Wines

Ron Yan, who you may know as the executive chef at Parcelle, has branched out on his own for the…

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Letter of Recommendation

Why JaJaJa on the Lower East Side Is the Perfect Mood Ring for a Night Out

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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Letter of Recommendation

Why (and How) New York’s Pisticci Became a Part of the Family

Finding a restaurant to celebrate life’s most important moments can be a terrifying, anxiety-inducing task. What makes a place perfect…

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Letter of Recommendation

Why Houseman Is the Perfect Spot to Be a Regular

Standing on a block in the far reaches of Soho, in little-known Hudson Square, there’s a restaurant that feels pleasantly…

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Saori Kawano, the founder and president of Korin.

Women of Food

Meet Saori Kawano, the Woman Who Introduced America’s Chefs to Japanese Knives

Every first-year student going into the Culinary Institute of America’s culinary program starts with a starter pack of eight knives:…

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Kannika Kittipinyovath, aka Chef Moi

Dish By Dish

The Veteran Chef Pushing Thai Cuisine Forward at Zaab Zaab Talay

The herbaceous, vegetable-forward cuisine of Thailand’s northeastern “Isan” region has been captivating New Yorkers of late. Appetites piqued last summer…

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Resy Regulars

Shukette Chef Ayesha Nurdjaja’s Favorite Restaurants for Sharing Everything

Where do chefs go and, more importantly, where do they love to eat? In Resy Regulars, we ask Resy chefs…

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Cynthia Gordy Giwa and Tayo Giwa of Black-Owned Brooklyn at & Sons Ham Bar.

Community Series

A Perfect Day of Eating in Black-Owned Brooklyn 

On a chilly Sunday in Brooklyn, Cynthia Gordy Giwa and her husband, Tayo Giwa, meet me bright and early at…

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Chef Kwame Onwuachi at Lincoln Center

Dish By Dish

With Tatiana at Lincoln Center, Kwame Onwuachi Comes Home to New York

With the opening of Tatiana, a 70-seat restaurant located inside New York’s David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center, Kwame Onwuachi…

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Resy Regulars

Hav & Mar Chef Fariyal Abdullahi’s Favorite Spots for Dining with a Crew

Where do chefs go and, more importantly, where do they love to eat? In Resy Regulars, we ask Resy chefs…

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Staff Picks

The New York Restaurants We Loved in January

At Resy HQ, our New Year’s resolutions involve dining out even more than we did the year before, and so…

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Staff Picks

The New York Restaurants We Loved in November

This past month we continued our search for the coziest restaurants in New York and were rewarded richly, in addition…

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Staff Picks

The New York Restaurants We Loved in October

There’s finally a chill in the autumn air in New York, and this month’s Resy Staff Picks are all about…

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Cafe Rue Dix owners Nilea Alexander and Lamine Diagne

The Rundown

The Story of Crown Heights’ Beloved Cafe Rue Dix

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 New York’s African Restaurants

The African continent is home to myriad cuisines, and across the five boroughs, you can find restaurants that celebrate those…

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A few dishes from La Brasserie

Resy Spotlight

The Timeless Joy of French Restaurants

I’m seated in the far-right corner booth of the recently opened La Brasserie on a particularly gray late afternoon in…

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A spread of dishes from Lingo in Greenpoint, Brooklyn

Dish By Dish

How Brooklyn’s Lingo Redefines New American Cuisine

Opened this April just a block from the water in Greenpoint, stylish 48-seat Lingo (Japanese for “apple,” in a nod…

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A spread at Justine's on Hudson

Dish By Dish

How Justine’s on Hudson Blends Filipino Flavors to Delicious Effect

Though Justine’s on Hudson bills itself as a wine bar, this West Village restaurant that opened in April is really…

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Dish By Dish

How Alex Stupak Redefines New American Cuisine at Mischa

For the last 16 years, chef Alex Stupak has been associated with two things in New York: Mexican food and…

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Resy Presents
All Things Pizza

Putting the final touches on a pizza at Lucia Pizza.

Resy Features

Torrisi Is Back. The Mozzarella Is Flowing, But Don’t Call It the Same Old Spot

In 2010, one of the hottest dinners in New York City was an affordable tasting menu found on Mulberry Street,…

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A spread of dishes from Gus's Chop House

Guides

The Ultimate Guide to New York’s Great Steakhouses

New York has always been a steakhouse town but, like the city itself, the steakhouse has seen its share of…

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Guides

Where to Get Great Bar Food in New York

Sure, there are still bars where you’re lucky to score a bowl of peanuts or a bag of potato chips…

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The dining room at Saraghina Caffé

Guides

The Resy Guide to Power Lunches in New York

As the birthplace of the “power lunch” — a term first coined in 1979 by an Esquire editor to describe…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Date Night in New York

There comes a moment when every romance, new or old, comfortable or awkward, is tested. Your date leans forward, eyes…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Celebration Restaurants in New York

In a city where two-tops and cramped spaces are the norm, finding a table to celebrate with a group of…

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Chef Cosme Aguilar inside the kitchen of his restaurant, Casa Enrique

Resy Features

Casa Enrique Changed the Game. Cosme Aguilar Was Just Cooking Up His Dreams

When Cosme Aguilar was a boy growing up in the mountainous, warm Mexican city of Cintalapa, Chiapas — before he…

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The Rundown

With NARO in Rockefeller Center, the Atomix Team Has More Big Dreams For Korean Cuisine

It’d be silly to bet against Ellia and Junghyun “J.P.” Park, who have had the kind of whirlwind year that…

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The Rundown

Txikito Is Back. Here’s Everything You Need to Know 

Last week, New York welcomed the return of one of its most beloved neighborhood restaurants. Txikito, the Chelsea restaurant first…

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Resy Spotlight

With Lord’s, the Dame Team Is Finally Opening the Restaurant They Always Dreamed Of

The space at Lord’s is big. Much bigger in comparison to Dame, the wildly successful and popular British seafood restaurant Patricia…

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Resy Presents
The Women of Food

Kokomo owner Ria Graham
Sarah Hsieh, chef de cuisine at The Modern.

Resy Questionnaire

20 Questions with The Modern’s Sarah Hsieh

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

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Telly Justice, the executive chef and owner of HAGS in New York.

Resy Questionnaire

20 Questions with HAGS’ Telly Justice

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

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Resy Questionnaire

20 Questions with Jean-Georges’ Tara Bryan

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

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Chinatown USA

The Resy Guide to Dim Sum in New York

Dim sum got its start in New York more than 100 years ago when Nom Wah Tea Parlor first opened, and…

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Chinatown USA

Chefs and Restaurateurs Explain Why Dim Sum Matters More Than Ever

Dim sum brings all of us together, across generations, cities, and Chinatowns. We asked Asian American chefs and restaurateurs from…

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Inside Potluck Club, a new restaurant that just opened in Manhattan Chinatown.

Interviews

At Chinatown’s Potluck Club, a Revival for Cantonese American Flavors Takes Shape

In the past decade, being Cantonese in New York felt like having an identity dreading its eventual extinction: Our food…

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Resy Spotlight

At Red Hook Tavern, the Burger Is the Boss

William Durney is the owner of Red Hook Tavern, the popular Brooklyn homage to New York tavern culture. And Bun…

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Diners snack on crispy shrimp heads from Cervo's in New York City.

Events

What Do Chefs Love About New York?

With some of New York’s finest chefs and operators coming together to celebrate the culinary wonders of New York City…

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Resy Regulars

Where Patricia Howard and Ed Szymanski of Dame and Lord’s Go for Date Night in New York

Where do chefs go and, more importantly, where do they love to eat? In Resy Regulars, we ask Resy chefs…

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Resy Regulars

The New York Restaurants Where Koloman Chef Markus Glocker Calls Himself a Regular

Where do chefs go and, more importantly, where do they love to eat? In Resy Regulars, we ask Resy chefs…

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Resy Regulars

ABC Kitchen Chef Ayaka Guido’s Favorite Spots for Dining Out with Friends

Where do chefs go and, more importantly, where do they love to eat? In Resy Regulars, we ask Resy chefs…

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Ariel Palitz walking across Delancey street in New York, NY on July 28th, 2022.

Guides

New York Is Back, and Nightlife Mayor Ariel Palitz Is Taking You on a Perfect Night Out

On a steamy evening in late July, Ariel Palitz, New York’s nightlife mayor, is taking in the scene at Dimes…

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Inside Attaboy

Resy Spotlight

The Speakeasy Is Dead. Long Live the Speakeasy

This summer, you don’t necessarily have to step through a fabled phone booth to drink cocktails at PDT, one of…

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El Quijote's El Presidente cocktail

Guides

The Resy Guide to 18 Classic Cocktails and the New York Bars That Do Them Best

What makes for a great classic cocktail? After all, by definition a “classic” has been around a long time, meaning…

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Dish By Dish

Five Essential Dishes From New York’s Soledad

Soledad may be prolific chef and restaurateur Julian Medina’s most personal restaurant yet. Medina is no stranger to the New…

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Chicken at The Walk Inn

New on Resy

Now on Resy: Pecking House, Beauty & Essex, Dagny, and More Local Favorites

From a critically acclaimed fried chicken joint to an iconic cocktail bar, these are just a few of the beloved…

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New on Resy

New York’s Newest Restaurant Openings, Now on Resy

Want to know the latest — and greatest — restaurant openings in New York? You’re in luck. From the new…

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The One Who Keeps the Book

How to Get Into Café Carmellini

Café Carmellini, which opened in November inside the luxurious Fifth Avenue Hotel, has already gained a reputation for its “Gilded…

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The Rundown

All About the New Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare

For years, Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare dominated the New York City fine-dining scene. Opened in 2009 in Brooklyn, it…

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Chef Camari Mick, along with images of food from some of her favorite restaurants in New York City.

Resy Regulars

The Musket Room and Raf’s Camari Mick Shares Her Favorite NYC Solo Dining Spots

Where do chefs go and, more importantly, where do they love to eat? In Resy Regulars, we ask Resy chefs…

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Love Letters

A Love Letter to Bed-Stuy, and the Restaurants That Make New York Home

Fifteen years ago, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, was a different place. There was no Shake Shack outpost as you emerged from the…

By

Guides

Everywhere You’ll Want to Eat in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn

With tree-lined streets and brownstones as far as the eye can see, Bedford-Stuyvesant, aka Bed-Stuy, is a special kind of…

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The Hit List

The Resy Hit List: Where In New York You’ll Want to Eat Right Now

There’s no question we hear more often: Where should I go eat? And while we at Resy know it’s an…

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Resy Questionnaire

20 Questions with Rose Noel of Peak at Hudson Yards

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

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