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Bangrak Market



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There’s a lot going on at Bangrak Market in Belltown. It’s named after one of the most popular night markets in Bangkok, and the Thai street food options are practically endless, but half the fun is craning your neck around to look up at the woven baskets, colorful beams, little packages of spices, nuts, and other food products. The menu ranges from snacks like skewered meats to creamy curries like mussamun and panang. It’s all great, but if we could have two things here on repeat, it would be the moo ping pork sticks chased with a rum-spiked Thai iced tea. You just found your new after-work Happy Hour spot.

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