New on Resy

New York’s Newest Restaurant Openings, Now on Resy

All the intel you need on the latest — and greatest — restaurant openings in New York, now bookable on Resy.

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Perle seafood tower

Guides

The Resy Guide to New York’s Top Seafood Counters and Raw Bars

The Rundown

8 Things to Know About Penny, New From the Claud Team

All the Newest Openings in New York


New on Resy

New York’s Newest Restaurant Openings, Now on Resy

Lucia Alimentari space

New on Resy

Now on Resy: Lucia Alimentari, Hellbender Nighttime Café, Frog Club, and More Local Favorites

Forgione space

The Rundown

All About the New Forgione, Now Open in Tribeca

Café Mado spread

The Rundown

All About Café Mado, From the Team Behind Oxalis and Place des Fêtes 

The Rundown

All About Only Love Strangers, Opening Soon on the Lower East Side

Meju dish

Interviews

“Meju Isn’t Just About Delicious Food — It’s a Story”

A spread of dishes at Bungalow

The Rundown

All About New York’s Bungalow, From Chef Vikas Khanna and the GupShup Team

The Rundown

Everything You Need to Know About New York’s Ramen By Ra

The Rundown

8 Things to Know About Penny, New From the Claud Team

Dish By Dish

How Yao Takes Contemporary Cantonese Cuisine to New Heights, in Five Dishes

A spread of starters from San Sabino

The Rundown

All About San Sabino, New From the Don Angie Team

The Rundown

All About the New Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare

Resy Spotlight

How Mắm, Once a Humble Pop-Up, Is Shifting Perceptions of Vietnamese Food in New York

Mayukh Sen is the James Beard Award-winning author of Taste Makers (2021) and the forthcoming Love, Queenie (2025). Ben Hon…

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Resy Features

Meet the Chef Helping to Build a Culture of Inclusion at New York’s Tatiana

Danisia “Chef D” Anderson, sous chef at New York’s critically acclaimed Tatiana, By Kwame Onuwachi, never expected to be a…

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Resy Spotlight

In New York, Hana Makgeolli’s Alice Jun Is Building a Homegrown Sool Empire on Her Own Terms


In the back room of Hana Makgeolli in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, it’s mostly silent, with rice wine quietly fermenting in large…

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How to Do
Summer in the City

Bar scene at Studio 151 in New York, NY on July 28th, 2022.
Meju dish

Interviews

“Meju Isn’t Just About Delicious Food — It’s a Story”

In New York today, it’s impossible to understate the prevalence and impact of contemporary Korean cuisine. Restaurants like Atomix, Jua, Soogil, and…

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Ka-Wana Jefferson

Interviews

Meet the Restaurant Owner Guiding the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

Ka-Wana Jefferson considers herself to be a serial entrepreneur. With a résumé that includes the owner of Crown Heights cocktail…

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Staff Picks From Team Resy


Staff Picks

The New York Restaurants We Loved in September

Resy Presents
The Women of Food

Kokomo owner Ria Graham

Resy Questionnaire

20 Questions with Dirt Candy’s Amanda Cohen

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

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Chef Morgan Adamson behind the sushi counter of Hoseki in New York City

Interviews

Meet the Chef Making Her Mark in New York’s Male-Dominated Sushi Scene

The phrase “hidden gem” might be a tired cliché, but in the case of Hoseki it feels almost cheekily literal.…

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Interviews

How Ella Schmidt Built Maite Into a Cross-Cultural Queer Haven

Ella Schmidt designed Maite as a refuge for anyone. In 2015, after years spent cooking at restaurants ranging from the…

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Interviews

Karen DeMasco Rejoins Gramercy Tavern — This Time as the Executive Pastry Chef

Since the start of the pandemic, restaurants with pastry chefs on staff have become a rare breed in New York…

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Saori Kawano, the founder and president of Korin.

Women of Food

Meet Saori Kawano, the Woman Who Introduced America’s Chefs to Japanese Knives

Every first-year student going into the Culinary Institute of America’s culinary program starts with a starter pack of eight knives:…

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The One Who Keeps the Books


Essential Dishes From Your Favorite and Soon-to-Be-Favorite Restaurants


Dish By Dish

How Sawa Celebrates Lebanese Cuisine and Tradition in New, Unexpected Ways, in Five Dishes

Clinton St. Baking Co. dining room

Dish By Dish

Five Essential Dishes From Clinton St. Baking Co., a New York Classic

Dish By Dish

Five Dishes to Love on the Globally Inspired Balinese Menu at Ma•dé

Dish By Dish

How Alaluna Flips the Script on the Italian Steakhouse

A spread of dishes at Chama Mama

Dish By Dish

How Chama Mama Celebrates Georgian Cuisine and Culture, in Five Dishes

The Rundown

Everything You Need to Know About New York’s Ramen By Ra

Dish By Dish

How Yao Takes Contemporary Cantonese Cuisine to New Heights, in Five Dishes

A spread of starters from San Sabino

The Rundown

All About San Sabino, New From the Don Angie Team

A view from a bookshelf inside the dining room at Llama San

Dish By Dish

The Dishes You’ll Want to Order at New York’s Llama San

Dish By Dish

7 Essential Chino Latino Dishes at Williamsburg’s Chino Grande

Dish By Dish

How Chef Diego Muñoz Spotlights the Diversity of Peruvian Cuisine at POPULAR

The dining room at Tagmo

Dish By Dish

The Dishes You’ll Want to Order at New York’s Tagmo, Before It Closes This Month

The Rundown

Everything You Need to Know About Naks, From the Same Team Behind Dhamaka and Semma

Dish By Dish

How New York’s Nemesis Deftly Remixes Southeast Asian Cuisine

Resy Spotlight

Coqodaq Is Here to Make Fried Chicken as Fancy as You Want (Or Not)

In New York City, fried chicken is as abundant as tourists in Times Square on New Year’s Eve. It may…

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Resy Features

Andrew Carmellini Is Out to Prove Fine Dining Is Anything But Over

A celebrated chef with sought-after restaurants all over the U.S., Andrew Carmellini knows how to create dining concepts that resonate…

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Interviews

Oxalis Chef Nico Russell on Why You Can’t Have a Restaurant Without a Community 


In a month, one of Brooklyn’s most celebrated restaurants, Michelin-starred Oxalis, is closing its doors — at least temporarily —…

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Interviews

Middle Eastern Food Is Having a Moment. Two Star Chefs Explain Why

When Alon Shaya and Ayesha Nurdjaja met for the first time, their mutual admiration was easy to understand. At their…

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Resy Features

Six Ways That Momofuku Ko Forever Changed American Dining

Momofuku Ko was not David Chang’s first successful restaurant in New York City, nor is it his most anthemic. Those…

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Dish By Dish

The Stories (and People) Behind the Menu at 53 in New York

What secrets lie beneath the surface of a restaurant menu?  Here, we’re paying a visit to 53, a sleek bi-level…

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Resy Spotlight

Chef Dan Barber on the Future of Food Today

For more than 20 years, chef Dan Barber has been at the forefront of farm-to-table dining, first at Blue Hill…

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Resy Spotlight

Bangkok Supper Club Embraces Street Food, As You’ve Never Tasted It Before

The fondest food memories in Bangkok typically take place under string lights and atop rickety plastic stools in the dark…

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Resy Presents
Omakase in America

Letter of Recommendation

Why JaJaJa on the Lower East Side Is the Perfect Mood Ring for a Night Out

You know that one restaurant that’s just right because of that one special thing? Yeah, us too. That’s why we’re…

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Letter of Recommendation

Why (and How) New York’s Pisticci Became a Part of the Family

Finding a restaurant to celebrate life’s most important moments can be a terrifying, anxiety-inducing task. What makes a place perfect…

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Letter of Recommendation

Why Houseman Is the Perfect Spot to Be a Regular

Standing on a block in the far reaches of Soho, in little-known Hudson Square, there’s a restaurant that feels pleasantly…

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A few dishes from La Brasserie

Resy Spotlight

The Timeless Joy of French Restaurants

I’m seated in the far-right corner booth of the recently opened La Brasserie on a particularly gray late afternoon in…

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Resy Spotlight

The Gospel of American Food, According to Unapologetic Foods

For so long, we’ve told ourselves that American food is defined by burgers and fries. Or slices of pizza and…

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Resy Spotlight

Dhamaka and Its Relentless, Unapologetic, and Very Necessary Pursuit

In the past two years since it opened in February 2021, Dhamaka is the relatively newer New York restaurant I…

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The Rundown

Everything You Need to Know About Naks, From the Same Team Behind Dhamaka and Semma

Ask most New Yorkers for their opinions or expertise on Filipino food and chances are — if you’re lucky —…

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Resy Presents
All Things Pizza

Putting the final touches on a pizza at Lucia Pizza.

Resy Spotlight

At Red Hook Tavern, the Burger Is the Boss

William Durney is the owner of Red Hook Tavern, the popular Brooklyn homage to New York tavern culture. And Bun…

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Diners snack on crispy shrimp heads from Cervo's in New York City.

Events

What Do Chefs Love About New York?

With some of New York’s finest chefs and operators coming together to celebrate the culinary wonders of New York City…

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Resy Regulars: Where Chefs Love to Eat


Resy Regulars

Where the Owners of Agi’s Counter Go for Date Night in New York

Resy Regulars

Wenwen’s Eric Sze Shares His Favorite Comfort Foods in NYC

Emmett Burke

Resy Regulars

Where Emmett Burke From New York’s Emmett’s Takes Out-of-Towners

Resy Regulars

Russ & Daughters’ Niki Russ Federman Shares Her Favorite Lower East Side Restaurants

Chef Camari Mick, along with images of food from some of her favorite restaurants in New York City.

Resy Regulars

The Musket Room and Raf’s Camari Mick Shares Her Favorite NYC Solo Dining Spots

Resy Regulars

Golden Diner Chef Sam Yoo’s Favorite New York Date Night Spots

Resy Regulars

Miss Lily’s Chef Andre Fowles’s Favorite New York Spots to Chill With Friends

Resy Regulars

The New York Restaurants Where Koloman Chef Markus Glocker Calls Himself a Regular

Resy Regulars

ABC Kitchen Chef Ayaka Guido’s Favorite Spots for Dining Out with Friends

Resy Regulars

Where Patricia Howard and Ed Szymanski of Dame and Lord’s Go for Date Night in New York

Chef Cosme Aguilar inside the kitchen of his restaurant, Casa Enrique

Resy Features

Casa Enrique Changed the Game. Cosme Aguilar Was Just Cooking Up His Dreams

When Cosme Aguilar was a boy growing up in the mountainous, warm Mexican city of Cintalapa, Chiapas — before he…

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Resy Spotlight

Daniel Boulud and the Art of Mentorship

Say you gather a group of chefs, each acclaimed in their own right, whose one thing in common is a…

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Chef Eiji Ichimura.

Resy Spotlight

The Making of a Sushi Master

New York is in the grips of an omakase explosion. Every month, it seems like dozens of new sushi omakase…

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