My Thai now open in the Tack Factory

January 17, 2013|By Richard Gorelick | The Baltimore Sun

My Thai, originally located in Mount Vernon's Park Plaza building, has reopened in The Tack Factory at 1300 Bank St.

The new My Thai occupies the nearly 6,000-square-foot space formerly held by another Thai restaurant, Lemongrass, and features exposed brick, a 40-foot bar, dark woods, and a combination of high top communal tables and traditional seating. The restaurant is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, until midnight on Friday and Saturday.

Developed by the husband-and-wife team of Brad and Varattaya "Pui" Wales and Jirat Suphrom-In, the original Charles Street restaurant, along with Donna's and Indigma, was destroyed by a fire in December 2010.

The menu of traditional Thai dishes will be supplemented, Wales says, with "culinary surprises," available as occasional specials, featuring liver, brain and silkworm.

The website is a work in progress, but you can see photos from Wednesday’s grand opening and some pretty food shots on the My Thai Facebook page.

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