26 Thai Kitchen & Bar to open in Lindbergh Center this weekend

26 Thai Kitchen & Bar is a venture by brother and sister team Nate and Niki Pattharakositkul, whose family owns another Thai restaurant in Atlanta, Wild Ginger. Photo by Ligaya Figueras.

26 Thai Kitchen & Bar is a venture by brother and sister team Nate and Niki Pattharakositkul, whose family owns another Thai restaurant in Atlanta, Wild Ginger. Photo by Ligaya Figueras.

There has been a sudden flurry in Asian cuisine offerings around Atlanta. Guy Wong’s ramen and yakitori concept Ton Ton opened in Ponce City Market this week. Then there’s Jinya Ramen Bar, which is opening today in Sandy Springs. Now comes word that those with a hankering for Thai food can stop in this weekend at 26 Thai Kitchen & Bar in Lindbergh Center. The restaurant will open doors July 3.

Located at 541 Main St., in the space formerly occupied by The Firkin and Lindbergh Pub., 26 Thai Kitchen & Bar will feature a variety of Thai soups, salads and curries, as well as meat and seafood entrees. While the restaurant will eventually have a full bar, it is still waiting for its liquor license. If you go in its early days, bring your own beer or wine.

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