The Rundown

All About One Fifth, the Newest Restaurant From Chef Marc Forgione 

The first floor of the historic Art Deco co-op building at the corner of 8th Street and Fifth Avenue in…

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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

Dish By Dish

At Hags, Queer Fine Dining Is a Fantasy Come True

For chef Telly Justice and beverage director Camille Lindsley, their new restaurant, Hags, got its start as a fantasy, in…

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The outside of Raoul's in Soho

The Classics

As Soho’s Iconic Raoul’s Expands, a Look at What Keeps It a Classic

“Without atmosphere, a painting is nothing,” Rembrandt once said. Some would say the same about a signature dish at a…

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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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A spread of dishes from Ipanema.

The Classics

The New Ipanema Embraces Change, But Doesn’t Forget Its Past

Chances are, if you went to see a Broadway show, wandered around near Times Square, or simply got a bit…

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Resy Spotlight

On Edna Lewis, and Finding Your Own Path as a Southern Black Woman

To celebrate the launch of her latest book, Watermelon & Red Birds — the first cookbook to celebrate Juneteenth —…

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Chef Features

For Saigon Social’s Helen Nguyen, Community Is Everything

As the plane taxied onto the JFK tarmac at around 7:45 a.m. on Monday, May 2, Helen Nguyen turned on…

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Claudia Fleming

Chef Features

Legendary Pastry Chef Claudia Fleming: The Future of Desserts Is Going Back to Basics

“It’s been a mad, mad couple of days. But exciting,” Claudia Fleming confides, hinting at something new she’s been working on…

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Surbhi Sahni

Chef Features

For Tagmo’s Surbhi Sahni, Queerness Is True Hospitality

Chef Surbhi Sahni radiates warmth as she emerges from the kitchen and flits through the dining room at Tagmo, the…

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Kokomo owner Ria Graham

Women of Food

Kokomo’s Ria Graham on the Importance of Food, Culture, and Empowering Women

Opening a restaurant is tough — and it’s even tougher when you do it during a pandemic. But that’s exactly…

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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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Omar Tate and Cybille St. Aude-Tate of Honeysuckle Projects

Dish By Dish

A Celebration of Black Luxury, as Told By Honeysuckle Projects

Everything that chefs Cybille St. Aude-Tate and Omar Tate of Philadelphia’s Honeysuckle Projects create tells a story. There’s meaning and…

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Resy Spotlight

Meet Vicki Freeman, the New York Restaurateur Who Deserves Your Attention

“Is there anything else you’d like to share about her?” “The one thing I will say is that she should…

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Resy Spotlight

Al Coro Is Here At Last. Can It Really Rewrite the Rules of Fine Dining?

There are few restaurant spaces in New York City that command the same sense of awe as the dining room…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to the Women-Owned Restaurants of New York

Women do so much of the essential work in restaurants. And yet women struggle for recognition and visibility in so…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Outdoor Dining in New York

When the MTA officially turns on the AC and subway platforms start to feel like ovens, you know it’s summertime…

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Sound is the biggest feature at this listening room/bar in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

The One Who Keeps the Book

How to Get Into Eavesdrop

Despite only being open since March, Eavesdrop has become one of New York’s most sought-after tables. Maybe it’s the unique…

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The bar at Dhamaka

The One Who Keeps the Book

How to Get Into New York’s Dhamaka

When Dhamaka first opened in the Essex Street Market in March 2021, the spot’s sister restaurants, Adda and Rahi (now…

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La Vara, Saint Julivert Fisherie, and Txikito chef-owner Alex Raij.
I hope that all women in the restaurant business can continue to bring their visions and ideas to life in the service of a restaurant that values them. I wish each could learn and grow without having to navigate around the activities of their male counterparts. Most of all, I hope their bodies are safe. Alex Raij, Chef-Owner, La Vara, Saint Julivert Fisherie, and Txikito

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

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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The decor at Patti Ann's takes inspiration from the classroom.

Guides

The Resy Guide to the Best Kid-Friendly Restaurants in New York

There are restaurants that are good, and restaurants that are good for kids, but sometimes, it can seem tricky to…

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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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The Rundown

All About Le Rock, the Newest Restaurant From the Team Behind Frenchette

The storied team behind Tribeca’s Frenchette, chefs Riad Nasr and Lee Hanson, have opened the doors to their latest project…

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A spread of dishes from Claud

The Rundown

Six Things to Know About Claud, the East Village’s Newest Wine Bar

While there are plenty of new Euro-centric wine bars popping up throughout New York this year, this one — helmed…

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A spread of dishes from Gugu Room, which just opened in May.

The Rundown

Everything You Need to Know About Gugu Room, Now Open on the Lower East Side

Gugu Room, a new Filipino Japanese izakaya on Orchard Street that opened in May, might not be here if it…

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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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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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Outside Runner Up

The Rundown

What to Expect at Runner Up, Park Slope’s Wine (and Rotisserie Chicken) Bar

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 Late-Night Dining in New York

Let’s face it — it’s hot. It’s hot enough to consider never leaving your (hopefully) air-conditioned apartment again. But, if…

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A spread of dishes from LittleMad.

Guides

25 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 Sona’s Maneesh K. Goyal

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

Chef Berenice DeAraujo Loves Dirty Martinis, Blue Cheese Fries, and Dining at the Bar

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

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A diner helps herself to pasta during Rosemary's 10th anniversary party.

Resy Spotlight

An Ode to Rosemary’s, By Those Who Love It Best

When you think of a neighborhood restaurant, Rosemary’s comes as close to the definition as possible. For the past 10…

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Resy Spotlight

Dinner Party in Fort Greene Breaks Many of the Rules — and That’s a Good Thing

Cami Jetta has many ways to describe Dinner Party, a project she launched a year ago in Fort Greene, Brooklyn:…

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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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The dishes from Dirt Candy's summer tasting menu.

Dish By Dish

How Dirt Candy Celebrates Summer in New York, in Five Delicious Dishes

A restaurant staying open in New York City is an extraordinary feat these days. Staying relevant and remaining revolutionary for…

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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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A spread of dishes at Soothr in the East Village

Dish By Dish

The Five Dishes You Have to Order at Soothr

Chances are, you’ve been told that the best Thai restaurants in New York can only be found in Elmhurst, Queens.…

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The dishes from Dirt Candy's summer tasting menu.

Dish By Dish

How Dirt Candy Celebrates Summer in New York, in Five Delicious Dishes

A restaurant staying open in New York City is an extraordinary feat these days. Staying relevant and remaining revolutionary for…

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A seafood platter from Le Rock

The Hit List

Where to Eat in August: Hags, Le Rock, Moonflower, and More

Neither oppressive heat nor torrential rains can keep New Yorkers from seeking out the best dining experiences in the city.…

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A spread of dishes from Claud

The Rundown

Six Things to Know About Claud, the East Village’s Newest Wine Bar

While there are plenty of new Euro-centric wine bars popping up throughout New York this year, this one — helmed…

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Resy Regulars

Chef Berenice DeAraujo Loves Dirty Martinis, Blue Cheese Fries, and Dining at the Bar

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

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Dish By Dish

At Hags, Queer Fine Dining Is a Fantasy Come True

For chef Telly Justice and beverage director Camille Lindsley, their new restaurant, Hags, got its start as a fantasy, in…

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The Rundown

All About Le Rock, the Newest Restaurant From the Team Behind Frenchette

The storied team behind Tribeca’s Frenchette, chefs Riad Nasr and Lee Hanson, have opened the doors to their latest project…

By

A spread of dishes at Soothr in the East Village

Dish By Dish

The Five Dishes You Have to Order at Soothr

Chances are, you’ve been told that the best Thai restaurants in New York can only be found in Elmhurst, Queens.…

By

A spread of dishes from Gugu Room, which just opened in May.

The Rundown

Everything You Need to Know About Gugu Room, Now Open on the Lower East Side

Gugu Room, a new Filipino Japanese izakaya on Orchard Street that opened in May, might not be here if it…

By

Guides

The Resy Guide to Outdoor Dining in New York

When the MTA officially turns on the AC and subway platforms start to feel like ovens, you know it’s summertime…

By and

The outside of Raoul's in Soho

The Classics

As Soho’s Iconic Raoul’s Expands, a Look at What Keeps It a Classic

“Without atmosphere, a painting is nothing,” Rembrandt once said. Some would say the same about a signature dish at a…

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