Thai Patio does not have the best Thai food in LA. However, it has something that almost nobody else does - an atmosphere that’s as much of a party as the one you probably just came from. Roll into Thai Patio at 12:30am on a Saturday night, and you’ll be greeted with 100 other late night revelers, creating as good of a late night drunk scene as you’ll get in LA. The move at Thai Patio is always the noodles, with their drunken noodles (coincidence?) among our favorite in town. Then sit back, soak up that tequila, and listen to the teenage girl on stage singing an acoustic version of “Man! I Feel Like A Woman”.
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