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

EventsNew York

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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Global Dining AccessNew York

Accessing New York’s Can’t-Miss Spots During the US Open

Whether you live in New York or are planning a visit, the city’s restaurants are in full throttle this summer…

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Grilled Sardines Escabeche from El Pinguino, shown with cider

GuidesNew York

The Resy Guide to Tinned Seafood and Drink Pairings in New York

Tinned fish is having a moment — and we don’t mean your average can of supermarket tuna. Premium canned seafood,…

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GuidesNational

The Finalists for the 2022 James Beard Foundation Awards

After a most unusual two years, the James Beard Foundation Awards are back. Here are the 2022 finalists in all…

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GuidesNew York

New York City’s Nominees for the 2022 James Beard Awards

After the most unusual two years, the annual James Beard Awards are back to their regular schedule of nominations, which means…

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New on ResyNew York

New on Resy: Kappo Sono, Osteria Morini, Tong, and More

From a Cantonese American restaurant in Brooklyn to a hidden cocktail speakeasy, the January edition of New on Resy has…

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The beef noodle soup at Ho Foods.

GuidesNew York

The Resy Guide to Cozy Noodle Soups in New York

And … it’s cold again. The holidays are over, New Year’s come and gone, and all we have to look…

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Dish By DishNew York

How Bonnie’s Calvin Eng Pushes Cantonese American Food Forward, Through Five Dishes

Brooklyn’s most anticipated Cantonese American kitchen is finally open. Yes, we’re talking about Bonnie’s, chef Calvin Eng’s tribute to his…

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The Hit ListNew York

The December Hit List: Sunken Harbor Club, La Bonne Soupe, 8282, and More 

We made it, finally. In what felt like both the longest and shortest year in recent memory, one constant has…

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GuidesNew York

The Resy Guide to New York’s New Pasta Guard

As a city with red sauce coursing through its veins, it’s safe to say New York has never lacked in…

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