July 28, 2015 by Rudy Panucci
There are some regular events that happen every Tuesday here in town that I have not done a very good job of informing my readers about. Let’s rectify this.
Every Tuesday at The Empty Glass, starting at 5 PM, it’s
Thaibilly Tuesday. Raj Pongsugree and Michael Seeburger bring their awesome culinary creations to The Empty Glass each week so that you can fill your belly and settle in for a night of amazing music from Spurgie Hankins Band.
I have to confess that I have not yet sampled
Thaibilly Kitchen‘s offerings. I really want to, but a combination of bad timing (I have to eat on a tight schedule) and food allergies (Can’t deal with mushrooms or berries, and I don’t eat pork) has kept me from indulging so far. I can vouch for the fact that not eating this food while being close enough to smell it is sheer torture. This is some real mouth-watering fare. One of these days I’m going to have to make my schedule fit theirs and chow down.
Tonight’s menu offers up Yum Woon Sen for a mere $ 8. The dish includes a spicy glass noodles salad topped with cilantro and lime dressing served with shrimp or chicken…also available as a vegan dish. You can also go for Crispy Spring Rolls on the side for $1. This is classic Thai spring rolls stuffed full of vegetables and spices served crispy fried with cucumber salad.
After the meal, stick around for the Spurgie Hankins Band. There is no cover charge.
If you are downtown late tonight, zip into The Blue Parrot for Steve Clever’s open mic. Also with no cover charge.
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