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The Hit List

The February Hit List: Lulu’s Winegarden, Bammy’s, Little Serow, and More

2021 … OK, let’s try that again. Now that downtown less resembles a fortified Green Zone, and indoor dining (at…

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Wine Hit List

The Dabney, St. Vincent, and More: Introducing the D.C. Wine Hit List

Here’s to putting 2020 behind us, taking back our streets and neighborhoods from chaos, and indulging in celebratory bottles —…

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To-Go Takes

During Winter, Maketto’s Erik Bruner-Yang Turns to Soondubu and Cassoulet

To-Go Takes is Resy’s regular feature wherein we quiz the folks behind some of our favorite restaurants about all things related…

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To-Go Takes

Rooster & Owl’s Yuan Tang Still Relies on Breakfast Food and Shift Drinks

To-Go Takes is Resy’s regular feature wherein we quiz the folks behind some of our favorite restaurants about all things related…

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Fight Club's Frito pie is the comfort food you need right now.

The Hit List

The January Hit List: Fight Club, Nina May, Chloe, Laos in Town, and More

Here’s the deal… Mayor Bowser needed us to simmer down for a couple weeks, in part to avert another spike…

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Resy At Home

Stable DC Shares Everything You Need to Know for the Perfect Swiss Fondue

As winter settles in, there’s no better time than now to enjoy fondue. The Swiss specialty involves all the ingredients to a comforting,…

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Stable DC is here for all your Alpine-style winter warming.

The Hit List

The December Hit List: Archipelago, Gravitas, Stable DC, Taqueria Xochi, and More

With igloos, yurts, and chalets erected on restaurant patios and streeteries, dining out has never felt more like glamping ……

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New on Resy

New on Resy: Moon Rabbit, Albi, Mercy Me, and More

D.C.’s dining scene has, arguably, never been more exciting or vibrant. A few cases in point: Kevin Tien’s new spot,…

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Resy At Home

At Thamee, Music Has Always Been an Essential Part of the Restaurant Magic

At Thamee, the D.C. restaurant that Simone Jacobson opened with her mother, executive chef Jocelyn Law-Yone, and Eric Wang, music…

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The founders of DMV Black Restaurant Week, from left: Furard Tate, Erinn Tucker, and Andra "A.J." Johnson. Black chefs and owners were all over the District, Tucker says, "but there wasn’t really a platform for them to really showcase their talent." // Photo courtesy of DMV Black Restaurant Week

Behind the Line

A Celebration of DC’s Black Restaurants Is Ready to Roll, In a Year Like No Other

It was at the historic Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church in Washington where Erinn Tucker met, and later joined forces…

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