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Guides

The Resy Guide to Essential Cozy Locales in D.C.

Colder weather has arrived in D.C.. While your first instinct may be to hibernate, head instead to one of the…

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The Hit List

Where to Eat in November: Bar Spero, Hill East Burger, Opal, and More

Guides

Our Favorite Summer Desserts to Order in D.C.

Ready to have the sweetest summer ever? If not, it’s time to get ready because we have a curated list…

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Resy Questionnaire

20 Questions with Cranes Spanish Kaiseki’s Pepe Moncayo

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 breakfast spaghetti at San Morello in Detroit. // Photo courtesy of San Morello

Dining Access Hit List

Ten Restaurants That Define Great American Cooking Right Now

“Dinner is a meeting place for the sharpest minds, the most heroic hearts, the most independent spirits,” is how Balzac…

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Community Series

On Being Queer, Arab American, and Speaking Truth Through Food

Silver Spring, Md. native Marcelle G Afram is the chef and owner of Shababi in Washington, D.C. They previously worked at restaurants that…

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The backyard at St. Vincent Wine.

One Great List

At St. Vincent Wine, It’s D.C. By Way of New Orleans

One Great List is Resy’s occasional tribute to particularly noteworthy or unique wine programs around the country.  “This street, Georgia Avenue,…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to the Best Vegetarian Pasta Dishes in D.C.

There is nothing in life quite as comforting as a big bowl of pasta. Luckily, here in the nation’s capital…

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Resy Questionnaire

20 Questions with Chloe’s Haidar Karoum

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

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Women of Food

Amy Brandwein Wants to Lead, So More Women Can Create Their Own Visions

Since opening in 2015, Centrolina has represented so much for Washington D.C. Not only has it been one of the…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Washington DC’s Michelin Winners

The Michelin Guide has returned to Washington, D.C., and with it comes a bright new constellation of shiny stars and…

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Why We Go

Nem Chua by Moonlight, by Amanda Ngoc Nguyen

The last meal Lan ate on her homeland was forbidden. Refugees were not allowed to bring anything onto the boat.…

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The Classics

Mama Ayesha’s Has So Much History, But Represents So Much More

Classic restaurants like Mama Ayesha’s in Washington, D.C. are beloved because of the traditions they have forged over the decades,…

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Mussels at Brabo Brasserie in Washington, DC.

New on Resy

Now on Resy: Central Michel Richard, Due South, Crazy Aunt Helen’s, and More Local Favorites

From a darling French-American bistro in Penn Quarter to a tribute to Southern cooking in Navy Yard, these are just a few of…

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The quesabirria at Vagabond in Washington, DC.

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D.C.’s Newest Restaurant Openings, Now on Resy

Want to know the latest — and greatest — restaurant openings in Washington D.C.? You’re in the right spot. From…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Plant-Forward Latin American Food in D.C.

Observation No. 1: Latin American fare goes way beyond just Mexican food here in D.C. Observation No. 2: While Central…

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Chinatown USA

The Resy Guide to Dim Sum in Washington, D.C.

Delicately made, beautifully presented and bursting with sweet or savory fillings, there is nothing not to love about dim sum.…

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The Hit List

Where to Eat in October: Rose’s Luxury, La Tejana, The Dabney, and More

In the nation’s capital, what’s old is new again, thanks to refreshed menus and restaurants adding sequels to their repertoires.…

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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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Resy Questionnaire

20 Questions with Jon Sybert of Tail Up Goat and Reveler’s Hour

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 Hit List

Where to Eat in September: Gravitas, Bottles, Nasime, and More

School is back in session, which means college-centric neighborhoods like Foggy Bottom and Georgetown are coming back to life. The…

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Resy Questionnaire

20 Questions with Chloe’s Haidar Karoum

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

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A spread of dishes at Maydān in D.C.

Dish By Dish

How Maydān Tells Stories In Every Dish (And Its Condiments, Too)

“There’s not a thing on here that doesn’t have a story.” Rose Previte isn’t lying: Ask her about any of…

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