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My Thai to reopen in January in Tack Factory

My Thai, originally located in Mount Vernon's Park Plaza building, will reopen in a new location in The Tack Factory at 1300 Bank St. in January.

Developed by the husband-and-wife team of Brad and Varattaya "Pui" Wales and Jirat Suphrom-In, the original Charles Street restaurant, along with Donna's and Indigma, was destroyed by a fire in December 2010.

The new My Thai will occupy the nearly 6,000 square-foot space formerly held by another Thai restaurant, Lemongrass, and will feature exposed brick, a 40-foot bar, dark woods, and a combination of high top communal tables and traditional seating. The new location will have a stainless steel and wood appetizer grill bar with seating for 15 where guests can watch chefs at work.

The location will serve both lunch and dinner and also has a private party space accommodating up to 25 people.

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