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GuidesLos Angeles

Resy’s 2022 Holiday Bucket List for Los Angeles

To-do lists abound during the holiday season, especially when it comes to holiday gift shopping and grocery shopping but fret…

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The Hit ListLos Angeles

Where to Eat in December: Konbi Ni, Majordōmo, Casa Vega, and More

December is upon us, the year is coming to an end, and holiday season has commenced. There will be festive…

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GuidesLos Angeles

Where to Eat in the San Fernando Valley

Parts of Los Angeles are worlds unto themselves, and the San Fernando Valley is a prime example. Long known for…

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GuidesLos Angeles

The Resy Guide to the Women-Owned Restaurants of Los Angeles

Women do so much of the essential work in restaurants. And yet women struggle for recognition and visibility in so…

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GuidesLos Angeles

The Resy Guide to L.A.’s New Old-School Restaurants

An old-school restaurant never goes out of style. In Los Angeles, that means dining rooms long on atmosphere and steeped…

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The Hit ListLos Angeles

The March Hit List: Kato, Casa Vega, Pearl River Deli, and More

It’s March, which means spring — and all of the vibrant farmers market produce that comes with it — is…

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To-Go TakesLos Angeles

Casa Vega’s Christy Vega Gets Everything From French to Greek to Pho Around The Valley

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

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The larb from Night + Market is an L.A. takeout classic.

GuidesLos Angeles

The Resy Guide to Where Chefs Get Takeout in Los Angeles

We’re all in the same boat right now. We can’t dine out, but we want to support our favorite restaurants.…

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Filming Once Upon a Time ... In Hollywood at Casa Vega. // Courtesy Casa Vega

The ClassicsLos Angeles

A New Brush With Fame, Yes, But Casa Vega Has Always Been There For Us

Rafael “Ray” Vega opened his Casa Vega restaurant in 1956, near the corner of Ventura Boulevard and Fulton Avenue in…

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All the uni, at Sushi Tama.

New on ResyLos Angeles

New on Resy: Sushi Tama, Post Script, Casa Vega and More

With the color-coded state guidelines, dining indoors remains elusive in Los Angeles County for the beginning of fall. But with…

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