> PO Batson while on Church ave @ 2pm obs local 28 yr old entering cellar of Am Thai bistro & made Burg arrest. #NYPD [https://twitter.com/hashtag/NYPD?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw] pic.twitter.com/HnLgMTxPHW [http://t.co/HnLgMTxPHW] — NYPD 70th Precinct (@NYPD70Pct) November 15, 2014 [https://twitter.
Today, Am Thai Bistro celebrated two successful years at 1003 Church Avenue with a blessing ceremony. We feel so fortunate to have them in the neighborhood, both for their delicious food and their incredibly friendly service. Congratulations, Am Thai, and we wish you many more years to come! Where’s
Like suckers, we spotted this sign outside Am Thai Bistro [http://www.amthaibistro.com] (1003 Church Avenue between E 10th and E 11th Streets) today advertising half-price drinks with the purchase of certain dishes on Tuesdays. It’s a little different from the other happy hours around the ‘hood [/blog/
Happy first anniversary to Am Thai Bistro [http://www.amthaibistro.com/], which opened at 1003 Church Ave one year ago this month! They’re inviting the neighborhood to celebrate with them on Monday, January 28 from 10am-12pm, at an event that will include a ceremony with Buddhist monks. Congratulations to
A couple of neighborhood favorites are getting more and more recognition from foodie heavyweights Zagat and Michelin. Church Avenue’s Am Thai Bistro made Zagat [http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/brooklyn/zagat-survey-lists-a-record-breaking-250-brooklyn-restaurants-famed-foodie-guidebook-article-1.1173198] in the midst of a record Brooklyn surge — 250 borough restaurants landed on the Zagat list. Cortelyou