In order: Grilled chicken and papaya salad set, Crazy Thai Lady drink (🔥), and the Kao Moo Dang (Thai Red Pork and Rice). @thaichefdc is one of my go-to spots for authentic Thai food in the DC area #NoLie
But really, aside from this they got some of THE best authentic Thai street food style appetizers in the DC area💯
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🎉🎊Per popular request THE GIVEAWAY IS BACK!🎊🎉 Win a free BOTTOMLESS BRUNCH for 4 - just make sure you’re following us and tag 3 friends below you’d like to bring. Winner announced Wednesday! Aka the perfect way to celebrate this Halloweekend ☠️👻🎃 #ISpentAllMyMoneyOnAOnesie // side note all night happy hour tonight at 14th street BECAUSE YES 🍻
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Impulsively decides to do 14er at the end of October, neglects to take into consideration just how cold and windy it is on the peak, proceeds to smile for no pictures.
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The perfect intersection of historic charm and upscale modernity happens in the heart ❤️ of picturesque Georgetown. 📷: @anetawaberska#MyDCcool
#GTLF2017 Writers Reveal:
Laksmi Pamuntjak is a bilingual Indonesian novelist, poet, essayist, journalist and food critic. Her bestselling first novel, 'Amba' (The Question of Red, (2012/2016), won Germany’s LiBeraturpreis (2016) and was named in first place on the Weltempfänger list of the best works of fiction translated into German (2015). The novel was also shortlisted for the Khatulistiwa Literary Award (2012). Her latest book, 'There Are Tears in Things' (2017), contains poems and prose texts, newly and previously published, collected over a period of 15 years. Her novel 'The Birdwoman’s Palate' is due in 2018. She also writes on culture and politics for The Guardian and divides her time between Berlin and Jakarta.