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GuidesNew York

The Resy Guide for When You’re Craving French Food in New York

This week on Resy we’re exploring the many facets of French restaurants in New York. We unpack why New York…

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A table cheers at Public Records in New York.

GuidesNew York

The 2022 Resy Guide to New Year’s Eve in New York

In between gift wrapping and hot chocolate chugging, you might’ve forgotten that New Year’s Eve is a mere two weeks…

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Angie Mar

Resy RegularsNew York

Les Trois Chevaux’s Angie Mar Shares Her Favorite Fine Dining Restaurants in New York

Where do chefs go and, more importantly, where do they love to eat? In Resy Regulars, we ask Resy chefs…

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A spread of dishes from Oiji Mi

GuidesNew York

The Ultimate Resy Guide to Splurge-Worthy Dining in New York 

Sometimes, you simply want a blowout meal. The kind of dining experience that goes the extra distance to make you…

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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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The spread at Laser Wolf in Brooklyn.

Global Dining AccessNew York

Accessing New York’s Can’t-Miss Spots: Summer 2022 Edition

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

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GuidesNew York

The Resy Guide to the Women-Owned Restaurants of New York

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

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GuidesNew York

The Resy Guide to New York’s New Old-School Restaurants

In a town like New York, what’s considered “old school” is relative, but the one constant is that an old-school…

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New to Global Dining AccessNew York

Maison Yaki, HaSalon, Mel’s, and More: How to Access New York’s Best in Spring 2022

After another round of twists, turns, peaks, and waves, the energy of New York’s dining scene once again is reaching…

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Resy SpotlightNational

What Will Dining Be Like in 2022? Here Are Six Things to Watch

For restaurants, 2021 was a year of highs and lows, following a year of mostly lows in 2020. While some…

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