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GuidesWashington D.C.

The Resy Guide to Washington DC’s Michelin Winners

The Michelin Guide has returned to Washington, D.C., and with it comes a bright new constellation of shiny stars and…

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The Hit ListWashington D.C.

The October Hit List: Oyster Oyster, Maketto, Maxwell Park, and More

We’re counting the days until D.C.’s autumn foliage is revealed, and we can take in its splendor with frosty beers,…

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GuidesWashington D.C.

The Resy Guide to 2021 Michelin Winners in Washington, D.C.

It’s Bibendum time again for D.C. restaurants, a statement that seems downright surreal after the past year. The French-owned guide…

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Resy SpotlightWashington D.C.

A Conversation with Chefs Stopping AAPI Hate

After seeing and being directly impacted by a surge of hate-related incidents directed toward the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community that’s only intensified over…

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The Hit ListWashington D.C.

The February Hit List: Lulu’s Winegarden, Bammy’s, Little Serow, and More

2021 … OK, let’s try that again. Now that downtown less resembles a fortified Green Zone, and indoor dining (at…

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To-Go TakesWashington D.C.

During Winter, Maketto’s Erik Bruner-Yang Turns to Soondubu and Cassoulet

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

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The Hit ListWashington D.C.

The January Hit List: Fight Club, Nina May, Chloe, Laos in Town, and More

Here’s the deal… Mayor Bowser needed us to simmer down for a couple weeks, in part to avert another spike…

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Helping Out

25 Reasons Why We’re Thankful For the Restaurant Industry in the Year 2020

2020 will be remembered as the year that the restaurant industry fought for its life. A year that saw the…

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Helping OutWashington D.C.

The D.C. Chef Trying to Revive Neighborhood Restaurants, One Donation at a Time

Erik Bruner-Yang isn’t waiting on the government’s help to save neighborhood restaurants. Following DC’s restaurant shutdown on March 16, the…

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FavoritesWashington D.C.

What We Miss Most: The Washington D.C. Edition

If you’re the way we are here at Resy, you’ve been spending the past weeks thinking every day about your…

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