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The Hit ListSeattle

The Resy Hit List: Where In Seattle You’ll Want to Eat Right Now

There’s no question we hear more often: Where should I go eat? And while we at Resy know it’s an…

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GuidesSeattle

The Resy Guide to Date Night in Seattle

Maybe you want to go all out or maybe you want to just keep it casual. Whether you opt for…

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The Hit ListSeattle

The January Hit List: Il Nido, Shiro’s, Brimmer & Heeltap, and More

It’s a brand-new year, and If you make only one resolution for 2024, let it be to visit more of…

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The July Hit List: Cora, Baekjeong, Ray’s Boathouse, and More

June 21 may mark the start of summer, but every Seattleite knows it doesn’t really start until July. That’s when…

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Women of FoodSeattle

The Resy Guide to Women-Operated Restaurants in Seattle

The restaurant industry is tough for anyone with long hours, short breaks, and fast-paced, physically demanding working conditions. Women play…

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The 10 Restaurants That Defined Seattle Dining in 2022

In a strong year for dining, what were the absolute standouts?  We asked our contributors to the Resy Hit List…

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The Hit ListSeattle

Where to Eat in September: Frolik, Salumi, Samara, and More

Want to know a little secret? September is, hands down, Seattle’s best summer month. As summer weather lingers and the…

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The Hit ListSeattle

The June Hit List: La Medusa, Marmite, The Harvest Vine, and More

June marks the start of summer — think dining outdoors, light summer fare, and a cool glass of wine. It…

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Best of The Hit ListSeattle

Marmite, Homer, Communion, and More: Seattle Dining’s Best in 2021

Everyone knows that eating and drinking isn’t just good for the soul. We needed it to survive the pandemic,  especially…

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The Hit ListSeattle

The October Hit List: The London Plane, Nishino, New Luck Toy, and More

Scarf weather has officially arrived in Seattle. We’re still getting some sunny days  (payback for last year’s winter, perhaps), but…

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