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From the top wine restaurants to try right now to must-drink bottles, we've got you covered.

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WineLos Angeles

The Resy Guide to Drinking Natural Wine in L.A. Right Now

As trends go, the natural wine scene in Los Angeles is mellowing — seeping into the fabric of the city’s…

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Courtesy of Vinegar Hill House

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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Go long on Champagne and caviar at Apéro. // Courtesy of Apéro DC; photo by Corbin Goldstein

Wine Hit ListWashington D.C.

The Wine Hit List, Early Summer Edition: Estadio, Apéro, Dauphine, and More

Just in time for Memorial Day, Mayor Bowser lifted many pandemic dining restrictions, so our bars are (mostly) back, and the city…

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The calamar from the Niu Kitchen menu. // Courtesy of Niu Kitchen

Chef FeaturesMiami

As Niu Kitchen x Arson, Two Miami Talents Offer a Double Dose of Ingenuity

From the moment Niu Kitchen opened in downtown Miami in 2014, it was clear that chef Deme Lomas and wine…

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Courtesy of Melrose Umbrella Co.

GuidesLos Angeles

Where to Drink Right Now in Los Angeles

How it started: “I really need a drink.”’  How it’s going: “I really need to see other people … ideally…

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All hail the sake selections at Decibel.

Wine Hit ListNew York

The March Wine Hit List: Il Buco, Lola Taverna, Decibel, Winner, and More

If the Wine Hit List is coming out of hibernation, that’s only because we needed a bit of time to…

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Light red, lightly chilled, at Lulu's Winegarden.

Wine Hit ListWashington D.C.

The March Wine Hit List: Lulu’s Winegarden, Oyster Oyster, Lutèce, and More

Springtime in the capital, and things are looking up for a change. We’re relishing the last gasps of crisp weather…

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"Seeing the old classics on there, I know I’ve gotta keep this thing going," says wine director Jared Gelband. // Photo courtesy of Italian Village

The ClassicsChicago

Is Italian Village Keeping Chicago’s Biggest Wine Secret?

The quiet pervades the Italian Village’s climate-controlled wine cellar, which is perched implausibly on the top floor of this three-restaurants-in-one…

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Resy At Home

Introducing: Wine Consultations on Resy

There are now even more ways to experience the restaurants you love at home. Book a private wine consultation with…

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Courtesy: Coast and Valley / Liz Clayman

WineNational

Holiday Wines That Spark Joy? These Restaurant Pros Share Their Secrets

“I find myself seeking out bottles that I can simply enjoy right now — turning my brain off, taking pleasure in…

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It can be so heavy these days. So I remind people to have fun. Former Red Hook Tavern beverage director Kenneth Crum, on how to build a great wine list

GuidesLos Angeles

Resy’s Guide to Wine and Cocktail Takeout in Los Angeles

Even if we can’t dine out right now, there are a few bright sides to our current state of eating…

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GuidesBoston

Resy’s Guide to Wine Takeout in Boston

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

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GuidesCharleston

Resy’s Guide to Wine to Go in Charleston

It’s late summer in Charleston, and while Lowcountry restaurant wine lists are as good as ever — yes, despite the…

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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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Resy SpotlightSan Francisco

How San Francisco Wine Bar Ungrafted Turned to Virtual Events

The husband-and-wife team of Chris Gaither and Rebecca Fineman first linked up at the advanced sommelier exam in 2012. Their…

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Natural Wine in New York

Ever more restaurants are focused on wines made with minimal intervention. Here are some of the best lists in town.

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