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InterviewsLos Angeles

‘It Always Comes Back’: Josiah Citrin on the Upcoming Restaurant Boom

To veteran restaurateur and chef Josiah Citrin, the pandemic was just another wrench thrown in his 30-plus-year career. Having weathered…

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Thai fried chicken and Saar riesling are two great tastes that go together at Anajak Thai.

GuidesLos Angeles

The Resy Holiday Guide to Takeout and Delivery in Los Angeles

With another round of mandates shutting down all dining at restaurants (effective until at least December 17), everyone is counting…

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GuidesLos Angeles

The Resy Guide to Thanksgiving in Los Angeles

This year is bringing a Thanksgiving like no other. With travel plans complicated, and plenty else to stress you out…

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Chef FeaturesLos Angeles

At Charcoal in Venice, dishes literally rise up out of the ashes

There’s something magical that happens when you throw a whole yam in a pile of hot ash. The skin acts…

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GuidesLos Angeles

Resy’s Guide to Off Menu Week Los Angeles

Nothing beats feeling like a regular at a restaurant. Those moments when an off menu dish appears as a gift…

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EventsLos Angeles

Resy Off Menu Week Los Angeles, Presented by American Express

The thrill of a new dish. The story of a chef. The chance to gain a fresh perspective. For one…

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The Hit ListLos Angeles

Felix, Jon & Vinny’s, NoMad, Now on the Resy Hit List

It’s springtime in LA; time to get out there and find your sea legs. From a juicy burger in Venice…

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GuidesLos Angeles

Here’s Where to Dine This Valentine’s Day

City of stars… are you shining just for me? Might be a thought (or lyric, rather) that passes through your…

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New on ResyLos Angeles

New on Resy: Manuela, Tintorera, Charcoal Venice, and More

From fresh, Southern-inspired fare in the modish Arts District to the handsome nighttime counterpart of a breezy all-day café in…

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