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Rhong Tiam

  1. Grub Guides
    Fifteen Great New York Thai Dishes That Aren’t From Pok Pok NyAfter all, Andy Ricker’s perennially packed Brooklyn joint isn’t the only Thai game in town.
  2. Nightlife
    The City’s Latest VIP Back Room Is at … Rhong-Tiam?Wait, wha???
  3. Openings
    Rhong-Tiam Will Open in Financial DistrictThe FiDi’s lunch options get a little less corporate.
  4. Openings
    Rhong-Tiam Coming to Orchard StreetAndy Yang will bring his Michelin-starred Thai to the former Bia Garden/Chinito space.
  5. Openings
    Dempsey’s Takes Over Kurve/Rhong Tiam SpaceIt’s becoming a craft-beer bar and restaurant.
  6. Temporary Closings
    5 & Diamond Takes a BreakPlus, fun and games at the shuttered Kurve/Rhong Tiam space.
  7. Trends
    Are Asian Burritos Next?Michael Huynh and Andy Yang are hoping so.
  8. Openings
    First Look: Thai Favorite Rhong-Tiam Closes in East Village, Opens in GramercyThe new location offers 40 Carrots fro-yo, Asian burritos, and more.
  9. Closings
    Ennio & Michael Is Set to Close While Neighbor Rhong-Tiam Opens in Murray HillAfter three decades, a Village institution is in danger.
  10. Financial Woes
    Collective Hardware MalfunctionsWhat will become of Andy Yang’s Bowery location of Rhong-Tiam?
  11. Closings
    Rhong-Tiam Leaves West Village; Michael Huynh Will Open GastropubOperations have moved to Second Avenue.
  12. What Not to Eat
    Mysterious Ghost Restaurant Produces ‘An Affront to the Hamburger’What exactly is “Burger Exit” and how are its patties?
  13. Lists
    What Does Michelin Have Against Ethnic and Outer-Borough Restaurants, Anyway?And other gripes about this year’s list.
  14. The Other Critics
    Matsugen Racks Up Raves; Persimmon Brought Down to EarthMatusgen triumphs, Forge passes, and more, in our weekly review roundup.
  15. The Other Critics
    Gottino and Terroir Win One for the Wine Bars; Scarpetta Doused With ApprovalScarpetta, Gottino, and Terroir feel the love; Bar Milano, not so much.
  16. Neighborhood Watch
    Hill Country’s Pit-Smoked Easter; Commerce Bartender No FoolEast Village: The dishes in Rhong-Tiam’s spice challenge (the prize for finishing the tasting menu is free dinner at a different Thai restaurant) aren’t as unbearably spicy as you’d expect, and the chef will give you a beer when you’re finished. [Gothamist] Flatiron: Hill Country’s serving up a pit-smoked Easter dinner this Sunday. [Strong Buzz] Fort Greene: A boatload of restaurants in the neighborhood are offering prix fixe dinners for $23 next week for Dine in Brooklyn, including Chez Oskar, Olea, and Scopello. [Clinton Hill Blog] Harlem: A reader feels that Slice NY severely underrates Patsy’s. [Slice NY] West Village: Commerce’s bartender deals adeptly with douche bags. [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch]
  17. Neighborhood Watch
    Taste a Whole Lot of Wine Tonight; Thai Red Bull Firing Up ElmhurstGreenwich Village: If you can finish a “Can you take the heat?” tasting menu (which gets spicier with each course) on March 15 at Thai restaurant Rhong-Tiam on La Guardia Place, the chef will give you dinner for two at a new restaurant he’s opening called Kurve. [Grub Street] Elmhurst: You can find “those scary-looking little bottles of Thai Red Bull” at Sugar Club, a little Thai grocery and video store at 81-20 Broadway. (They have curry pastes, too.) [Gothamist] Hell’s Kitchen: The city’s first Wine Expo will be open tonight and tomorrow afternoon at the Javits Center; get excited about seminars on Argentine Malbecs (oh, and 600 WINES to sample). [New York Wine Expo] Midtown East: Construction seems under way for the Times-announced first U.S. outlet of Brussels-based chain Rouge Tomate. [Eater] West Village: The Waverly Inn has a secret cocktail on its menu, and they won’t tell you what’s in it. But maybe that’s why LeBron really wanted to go to the bathroom. [Down by the Hipster]