Djan’s is a Thai restaurant in a charmingly retrofitted bi-level house, so a meal here feels like you’re eating pad see ew takeout in your duplex, only much better. The noodles and thai iced teas are excellent and this place is massively underrated, which means you shouldn’t have a problem getting in with a group. If you’re celebrating anything, there are two different private spaces you can book in advance for 20 bucks. Ask for the room with the flower wallpaper, and you won’t be disappointed.
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