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This is simply a list of restaurants that offer outdoor dining as of Sept 2020.
Noodlehead is the kind of place you go to when you want to feel bougie but still don’t want to spend more than $10 on dinner. The rustic-meets-modern interior coupled with a Thai-fusion menu and no dish over $9 makes Noodlehead a winner in any book. Try the Chiang Mai Curry for a fun play on yellow…
Seriously great Thai food (and they'll leave out fish sauce if vegan). BYOB, and afterwards you can visit Millie's for ice cream next door! No reservations.
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