Interviews

Can’t Easily Define Rooster & Owl? That’s Just How the Tangs Want It

To capture the bountiful cuisine of America today is no easy task, one that seemingly demands years of research (and…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Outdoor Dining in D.C.

The One Who Keeps the Book

How to Score a Table at Oyster Oyster

If there’s one coveted dinner in the nation’s capital, Oyster Oyster shoots to the top of the list. Diners at…

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The One Who Keeps the Book

How to Nab a Seat at Maydān, And What To Order When You’re There

Stepping into Maydān takes you on a sensory journey. You enter what feels like a secret door, tucked away in…

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Guides

The Ultimate Resy Guide to Brunch in D.C.

As most of the locals in the D.C. area are well aware, brunch is wildly popular, with many restaurants serving…

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Lobster at Reverie

New on Resy

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 Planning a Perfect Date Night in D.C.

Date night approaching ,and you’re fresh out of ideas where to go? We understand. It is a treat to be…

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The kitchen at Bronze in Washington, D.C.

Dish By Dish

How D.C.’s Bronze Reimagines Ancestral Foods Through Afrofuturism

One of D.C.’s most highly anticipated restaurant openings is finally here. That’s right, Bronze, an 150-seat Afrofuturistic restaurant concept, is…

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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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The Rundown

All About El Presidente, Stephen Starr’s D.C. Ode to Mexico

In Washington, D.C. it’s the question everyone is asking: Is Stephen Starr running? No, he’s not campaigning for commander-in-chief, but…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Washington D.C.’s Michelin Winners

The Michelin Guide returned to Washington, D.C. in 2022, and brought with it a new constellation of stars and Bib…

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The Rundown

Petite Cerise Brings The Dabney’s Sensibilities to an All-Day French Café

Finding a decent sit-down breakfast spot in D.C. can be surprisingly difficult. Perhaps you know this struggle too — a…

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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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Guides

The Resy Guide to Dining in D.C.’s Shaw Neighborhood

One of the most exciting aspects of living in D.C. is that the city’s neighborhoods keep growing and changing. Historically,…

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Guides

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

Colder weather is landing in D.C., and while your first instinct may be to hibernate, may we suggest instead heading…

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Guides

Where to Find the Most Memorable Burgers in D.C.

Everyone has an opinion about the best burger, especially those in the heart of burger-obsessed D.C. Some cheer for the…

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Guides

The Cocktail Spots Across D.C. You Won’t Want to Miss

In a city of partisan gridlock — and literal gridlock — sometimes a good drink is needed to help take…

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Guides

The Splurge-Worthy Guide to Dining in D.C.

The endless casual options for dining in and around the District are wonderful, but at the same time, we’re a…

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Lobster at Reverie

New on Resy

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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Shanklin Hall potatoes

New on Resy

Now on Resy: Shanklin Hall, Amparo Fondita, Ellington Park Bistro, and More Local Favorites

From an award-winning Tex-Mex gem to a buzzy social club where the cocktails shine, these are just a few of the…

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Chef to Chef

Tiger Fork’s Simon Lam on Breaking Boundaries

Welcome to Chef to Chef, wherein Resy empowers chefs to interview other chefs. Restaurants have always been a part of…

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Dish By Dish

How Hiraya Makes Its Modern Filipino Magic, In Eight Dishes

At his restaurant Hiraya, chef Paolo Dungca wants you to feel right at home. Against a canopy of plants, colorful…

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The tortellini at Aventino

The Rundown

How Aventino Has Brought the Eternal City to D.C.’s Doorstep

Is it us? Or does Bethesda seem a bit more like the Eternal City these days? Yes, it’s one of…

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The Rundown

Everything You Need to Know About the Return of Johnny Spero’s Reverie

Chef Johnny Spero is back, reopening his tasting menu restaurant Reverie in an unassuming Georgetown alleyway more than a year…

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Guides

The Ultimate Resy Guide to Brunch in D.C.

As most of the locals in the D.C. area are well aware, brunch is wildly popular, with many restaurants serving…

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The Rundown

Pascual Brings Top Mexican Cooking to a D.C. Stage, Smoke and All

A fire is alight at the dimly lit Pascual, just a few blocks south of H Street Corridor. Conceptually, that…

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The Hit List

The Resy Hit List: Where In D.C. 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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Escargots at Pastis

The Rundown

Pastis Is Bringing Its French Good Vibes to the Nation’s Capital

Washington, D.C., has a reputation for being an overworked, buttoned-up city. Blame partisan politics and Beltway traffic, maybe. Stephen Starr,…

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