Thai Restaurants Are Everywhere; Welcome to the Era of the $20 Cocktail
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Thai restaurants are all the rage. Harold Dieterle has opened Kin Shop, David Bank debuted Pure Thai Shophouse, and Las Vegas' Lotus of Siam is coming to New York.
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A number of bars are charging $20 for cocktails, including Lambs Club, Crosby Bar, the Eldridge, and Boom Boom Room. Great drinking or just greed?
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