Cafe Spaghetti chef-owner Sal Lamboglia with his father.

Chef Features

With Brooklyn’s Cafe Spaghetti, Sal Lamboglia Comes Home

It’s friends and family night at Cafe Spaghetti, a new restaurant that opened in Brooklyn’s Carroll Gardens neighborhood on May…

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Taste Matters

Welcome to a Glorious Era of Street Food. You’ll Find It In Restaurants.

I remember when Anthony Bourdain first set out to bring a Singapore-style hawker center to New York City. It was…

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Resy Spotlight

5 p.m. Is the New 8 p.m. at New York Restaurants — and I Couldn’t Be Happier

Last Thursday evening, I arrived for my dinner reservation at Sofreh, a small Brooklyn restaurant serving excellent and authentic Iranian…

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A spread of dishes from Wan Wan.

The Hit List

The May Hit List: Laser Wolf, Kono, Café Spaghetti, and More 

The month of May is when we officially enter summer dining mode, and this year, the options in New York…

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The Nines opened in January and it's since become one of the hardest-to-get-into supper club and piano bars in the entire city.

The One Who Keeps the Book

How to Get Into The Nines, and What to Order Once You’re There

After a turbulent past two years, one of the most sought-after places these days is a spot that gives New…

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Chef Features

Mike Solomonov Is Back In Brooklyn. He Brought Laser Wolf — And An Appetite.

Chef Michael Solomonov used to come to Brooklyn for the parties, staying up into the early morning hours and doing…

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What Shim is doing at Michelin-starred Kochi is ... emblematic of a larger evolution of Korean American cuisine in this city. Caroline Shin, "Sungchul Shim and the Beautiful Evolution of Korean American Cooking"

Guides

The Resy Guide to Outdoor Dining in New York

If you’ve lived long enough in the Northeast, you know that spring in New York doesn’t kick in on March…

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Guides

New York City’s Nominees for the 2022 James Beard Awards

After the most unusual two years, the annual James Beard Awards are back to their regular schedule of nominations, which means…

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Photo courtesy of L'Artusi

The One Who Keeps the Book

How to Get a Table at L’Artusi, and What to Order Once You’re There

Since its doors first opened in 2008, this West Village charmer has racked up lines — in the thousands online…

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The One Who Keeps the Book

How to Get into New York’s Ci Siamo, and What to Order

The latest opening from Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group, Ci Siamo (which translates to “here we are” or “we’ve…

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A spread of dishes from Dame, one of the hardest reservations to get in all of New York right now.

The One Who Keeps the Book

How to Get Into New York’s Dame, and What to Order

Ever since Dame transitioned from pop-up to permanent restaurant in June 2021, it’s been one of New York’s hardest reservations…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to New York’s New Old-School Restaurants

In a town like New York, what’s considered “old school” is relative, but the one constant is that an old-school…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to New York’s Best Rooftop Bars and Restaurants

Sipping craft cocktails and enjoying delicious food can rarely be improved upon, but a stunning view of our fair New…

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Guides

Sixteen 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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Grilled Sardines Escabeche from El Pinguino, shown with cider

Guides

The Resy Guide to Tinned Seafood and Drink Pairings in New York

Tinned fish is having a moment — and we don’t mean your average can of supermarket tuna. Premium canned seafood,…

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One Great List

At Harlem’s Clay, A Spotlight on the Wines of Spain and Italy

One Great List is Resy’s occasional tribute to particularly noteworthy or unique wine programs around the country.  There’s a lot swirling…

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Nudibranch started as a pandemic pop-up and today, its a brick-and-mortar restaurant located just across the street from their New York pop-up residency spot.

The Rundown

Everything You Need to Know About Nudibranch in the East Village

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

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Resy Spotlight

An Impossible Dream Comes True: El Quijote Gets a New Life

There’s customer loyalty. And then there’s El Quijote customer loyalty. When the new partners behind the rebirth of the classic…

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Illustration of a man eating Mexican dishes.

Community Series

A New Generation of Mexican Chefs Is Serving Heritage (and Progress)

Born in the small border town of Agua Prieta in 1947, Zarela Martínez learned to cook on ranchos with her…

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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 two long…

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Guides

17 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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Guides

The Resy Guide to Omakase in New York

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

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Resy Questionnaire

20 Questions With Baba Cool’s Gabriella Mann

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 Regulars

Cha Kee’s Akiko Thurnauer Loves Noodles for Breakfast, and Dancing for Dinner

Where do chefs go and, more importantly, where do they love to eat on their days off? In Resy Regulars,…

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Resy Spotlight

The Magic of Balthazar Has Always Been In the Details

Balthazar opened in the spring of 1997 and, in fact, there exists in my mind no recollection of a New…

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The One Who Keeps the Book

How to Get Into Balthazar — And Why It’s Still Packed 25 Years Later

Not many restaurants make it to 25 years, and even fewer are as perpetually packed as Balthazar has been from…

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Interviews

Balthazar Is Turning 25. Keith McNally Has … Thoughts.

Balthazar reaches the quarter-century mark this week, and having created one of New York’s most iconic restaurants, Keith McNally has…

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New on Resy

New on Resy: Oiji Mi, Casa Enrique, The Lambs Club, and More

From a French bistro focusing on comfort food favorites to a buzzy Brooklyn spot serving up Israeli dishes and killer…

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Nudibranch started as a pandemic pop-up and today, its a brick-and-mortar restaurant located just across the street from their New York pop-up residency spot.

The Rundown

Everything You Need to Know About Nudibranch in the East Village

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

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Resy Lineup

The Resy Lineup: A Rabbit and Lobster Sausage, a Boozy Pop-Up, and Italian-Chinese Dumplings

Welcome back to the Resy Lineup, your weekly dose of recommendations on what to eat, drink, and see. In this edition: A…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to New York’s Best Rooftop Bars and Restaurants

Sipping craft cocktails and enjoying delicious food can rarely be improved upon, but a stunning view of our fair New…

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Cafe Spaghetti chef-owner Sal Lamboglia with his father.

Chef Features

With Brooklyn’s Cafe Spaghetti, Sal Lamboglia Comes Home

It’s friends and family night at Cafe Spaghetti, a new restaurant that opened in Brooklyn’s Carroll Gardens neighborhood on May…

By

Resy Spotlight

5 p.m. Is the New 8 p.m. at New York Restaurants — and I Couldn’t Be Happier

Last Thursday evening, I arrived for my dinner reservation at Sofreh, a small Brooklyn restaurant serving excellent and authentic Iranian…

By

Guides

The Resy Guide to New York’s New Old-School Restaurants

In a town like New York, what’s considered “old school” is relative, but the one constant is that an old-school…

By

Resy Regulars

Cha Kee’s Akiko Thurnauer Loves Noodles for Breakfast, and Dancing for Dinner

Where do chefs go and, more importantly, where do they love to eat on their days off? In Resy Regulars,…

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Resy Spotlight

Sungchul Shim and the Beautiful Evolution of Korean American Cooking

It was Christmas Eve, and the holiday menu had just launched at Kochi. Sungchul Shim had arrived around 11 a.m.…

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A spread of dishes from Wan Wan.

The Hit List

The May Hit List: Laser Wolf, Kono, Café Spaghetti, and More 

The month of May is when we officially enter summer dining mode, and this year, the options in New York…

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