The Thai street food restaurant starts a daily happy hour.
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Rumor is the Mad Men star shot a sixties-flavored episode.
One of the city's best views is about to get a dose of "real Thai cuisine."
Only in L.A. would there be a Thai restaurant with some sort of South Dakota sticks-theme and a menu of Southern food.
The owners of Talesai open a sparse space of communal tables for informal Thai dining, with the possibility of pop-ups to come.
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The Vegas favorite will open in the next couple of weeks.
The husband-and-wife team behind Land Thai open a homey spot with noodle bar.
While not exactly Thaun Phat Superstore, the tiny market improves a blighted block.
The chef and James Beard-nominated author will prepare unlimited offerings of Southeast Asian street food.
Chef Pannuwat Soukjai was formerly an instructor at the Royal Culinary Institute of Thailand.
The owners come from Gindhi Thai in nearby Burbank.
The new location offers 40 Carrots fro-yo, Asian burritos, and more.
Owners expect to finish their takeover of Crest Jr. Market in September.
Shelly Cooper keeps The L.A. Times entertained while Vietnamese-Mexican fusion fails to impress L.A. Weekly.