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Thai New Year's Festival

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One of our favorite Thai dishes is Pad Kee Mow (most commonly known as Spicy Noodles). So on April Fool's Day (the first), it better be there at the Thai New Year's Festival in Thai Town.

Our plan: take the Metro Red Line to Hollywood/Western and eat, watch the parade, eat, listen to music and eat. Did we mention the festival goes on for 12 hours?

We'll see you starting at 8 a.m. on April 1st. Mark your calendars.

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