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A lineup of dumplings from Nom Wah Tea Parlor in Chinatown.

GuidesNew York

The Resy Guide to Celebrating Lunar New Year in New York

Have you walked around one of the city’s Chinatowns lately? Over in Manhattan, every shop lining Mott Street is dotted…

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GuidesNew York

The Resy Guide to the Best Roast Chicken in New York

New York has more than its fair share of iconic meats. Katz’s pastrami. Hot dogs at Nathan’s. The porterhouse at…

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Illustration by Jeannie PhanM for Resy

Taste MattersNew York

Stop Calling Chinese Food Cheap. It Can Be Exceptional at Every Price.

There never has been a better time to eat Chinese food in New York City. From pleated Cantonese dumplings to…

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Wine Hit ListNew York

The Wine Hit List, Early Summer Edition: Vinegar Hill House, Clay, Bar Bête, and More

Wine is flowing into New York restaurants again, as budgets and buyers return. After a long year of drinking at…

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GuidesNew York

The Resy Guide to 2021 Michelin Winners in New York

Bibendum is back in New York, a statement that seems downright surreal after the past year. The French-owned guide paused…

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Chinatown USANew York

The Resy Guide to Celebrating Lunar New Year in New York

Like many other celebrations, the Lunar New Year will look quite different this year. Manhattan Chinatown’s annual parade has been put on…

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FavoritesNew York

What We Miss Most: The New York 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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GuidesNew York

Resy’s Guide to Wine Takeout in New York

Wine in restaurants is always complicated: Are you making the right choice? Is it a good deal? Right now, though,…

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Guides

Resy’s Guide to Takeout and Delivery in Manhattan

Even during these challenging times, many restaurants throughout New York are still ready to serve you. Here’s our list of…

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WineNational

Wine Sales Are Keeping Restaurants Afloat. It Only Took a Pandemic to Make It Legal.

Things have been quiet at Pinch Chinese, the restaurant in New York’s Soho. Far too quiet for Miguel de Leon,…

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