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Resy Expands Brand Programming with Reveal of 2020 Events Lineup

Resy Expands Brand Programming with Reveal of 2020 Events Lineup Featuring Konbi, Asma Khan, Danny Bowien, Renee Erickson, and More…

Career advice from some of the best chefs in the U.S.

Undeniably, the restaurant industry is still dominated by men. The numbers are glaring: Of the 75 Michelin stars awarded to…

Resy Created a Guide to Takeout and Delivery So You Can Support Your Local Restaurants

In response to the growing COVID-19 pandemic, a number of state governments have mandated the closure of restaurants, bars, and other small…

How To Support Restaurants and Their Workers Right Now

We spend a lot of time writing about, thinking about, and, of course, eating at restaurants. So, as city and…

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In light of coronavirus restrictions and recommendations, Reservation systems Resy and Tock pivot to off-premise

Resy, the tech-forward reservation system acquired by American Express last year, has announced new measures to allow restaurants to package “takeout meals”…


Resy CMO Victoria Vaynberg on Menus, Marketing, and Motherhood

If snagging a hot restaurant reservation is your favorite competitive sport, you need to know Victoria Vaynberg. As the chief…


Resy’s ‘Women Of Food’ Series Hits 11 New Cities in 2020

In celebration of female leaders in the culinary industry, Resy is continuing its Women In Food series and platform this March for the third year in a row. The 2020 Women Of Food tour will come to 11 of the best culinary cities around the world—London, New York, and San Francisco, to name a few—for intimate dinners hosted by an all-female group of premiere chefs and restaurateurs.


When Reservations Aren’t Enough

This morning, Resy is announcing its 2020 event series lineup, which includes the return of Off Menu Week and Women of Food events, plus the addition of a few more: a dinner-and-a-movie series, and another that will pay homage to so-called iconic restaurants across the country.


Resy CEO Ben Leventhal bolsters the company’s position in the competitive restaurant reservation space

Resy, co-founded by CEO Leventhal in 2014, has been gaining clout in the restaurant space against its largest rival, OpenTable, and the sale to Amex last year stands to bolster those efforts. Resy offers table management and a booking technology suite for restaurants as well as a consumer-facing restaurant reservation app and website.


Fed Up With Discrimination, Female Chefs and Restaurateurs Take On Inequality

“The industry is three or four years in now to a decade-long rebalancing along lots of different metrics, and gender…


Resy’s Women Of Food Series Expands to 11 Cities for 2020

Returning For Year Three, The Series Gives the Leading ‘Women Of Food’ A Platform To Shine Light On Gender Inequity…


How to Make a Restaurant Reservation in New York

It seems like it used to be so simple: If you wanted to eat at a new or popular restaurant, you would call them, and they would seat you if they had room. No more: Apps like OpenTable, Resy, and Tock dominate the reservation landscape, and even though they mainly exist to make restaurant owners’ jobs easier, they are inarguably more convenient for diners, too — provided you can find a table you actually want. Increasingly, reservation apps make it clear that not all diners are weighted equally in the minds of restaurant reservationists.



Resy’s Signature Dining Program, Off Menu Week presented by American Express, Returns For Year Two

Resy’s Signature Dining Program, Off Menu Week, presented by American Express, Returns For Year Two  ~ Bringing Exclusive Eats Dreamed…


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How Resy is using editorial content to differentiate

American Express-owned Resy is far smaller than the reservations leader, OpenTable — it has 4,000 restaurants on its platform versus…


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