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DC's First ever Thai Restaurant Week! Thu, 04/10/08 6:23 PM (permalink)

Tis' the Season for Mangosteen...tra la la la la, la la la la.

Did you miss the Cherry Blossoms in our nations capital?

Don't fret. There's always something going on. On the heels of the Cherry Blossom Festival is DC's first ever Thai Restaurant Week! April 13-19. Asian food in DC, you ask? Well, thanks to DC being an epicenter of foreign embassies, even authentic Thai cuisine is abundant; and the Royal Thai Embassy wants you to know about it. They are sponsoring the event, which will include special menus of traditional holiday foods, door prizes and give aways, marking the start of the Thai New Year.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/04/08/AR2008040800722.html
 
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    Robearjr

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    RE: DC's First ever Thai Restaurant Week! Thu, 04/10/08 8:05 PM (permalink)
    I'm surprised DC is doing a restaurant week in the spring. Normally, these promotions take place during the deadest of restuarant times:early August and late January.
     
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      divefl

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      RE: DC's First ever Thai Restaurant Week! Tue, 04/15/08 2:34 PM (permalink)
      quote:
      Originally posted by Robearjr

      I'm surprised DC is doing a restaurant week in the spring. Normally, these promotions take place during the deadest of restuarant times:early August and late January.


      It's not the same thing. The restaurants in DCRW charging $20.08 for lunch and $30.08 for dinner will still exist at the times you are used to. This is just Thai food it's not to make it affordable. Thaiphoon and it's sister restaurants, for example, are hardly out of reach for anyone.
       
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