Duchess Kate, Eat Your Heart Out: This Thai Restaurant’s Prized Dishes Were Once Made for Royalty
Start tonight with a dinner made for royalty at Thai Villa, where the menu specializes in unique cuisine like Shrang Wa Goong and Kun Tok, prepared for Thai royalty in generations past. (There are, of course, more familiar options like pad thai, too.) The ambiance is regal, too, but not in a "stuffy royal palace" kind of way, more like a warm, beautiful sanctuary. Expect your meal to be presented thoughtfully, and made perfect for the 'gram.
Next, head over to Rye House, where there’s whiskey for days! This bar is serving rustic realness with wood all around. Dimly lit, there’s quite a romantic vibe at Rye House, with little lamps floating above the bar like fireflies in the night. And the menu is packed with creative cocktails—go with Her Red Lipstick, a habañero-infused vodka drink that will surely ignite a fiery passion. Still hungry? Order the Sloppy Joe, because how could you possibly resist?
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