The parties might not spill onto the streets in the Castro, but our Halloween spirit lives on at Thai House Express
San Francisco, CA (Vocus) October 30, 2010
Thai House Express, located at 599 Castro Street at 19th Street, is ready for the big Halloween weekend in the Castro. Consuming alcohol in the street is banned this Halloween, but a large crowd is still expected as people gather to show off some amazing costumes in the streets and businesses of the neighborhood.
“The parties might not spill onto the streets in the Castro, but our Halloween spirit lives on at Thai House Express,” said Paul Meeriyagerd, manager of Thai House Express. “We will be dressed in costume and serve beer and wine and, of course, the best Thai food in San Francisco to our guests.”
Thai House Express is a great spot for people watching. The Castro District restaurant is surrounded on two sides by windows that look out over Castro Street and 19th Street.
“Thai House Express has excellent food and big, open windows where you can watch a parade of costumes walk down the street,” said Thai House patron Peter Sailsbery. “It’s the perfect place to gather and eat before heading to the clubs and parties.”
About Thai House Express Restaurant
Thai House Express specializes in dine-in, take-out, and catering of both traditional Thai street foods and in the Issan, or northeastern, style of Thai cooking, which is often tangy with lime and fiery with chiles. They are recognized for their food and service excellence by food critics from Zagat, SFGate, and SF Weekly.
For additional information about Thai House Express’s history and Thai food, please visit Thai House Express at 599 Castro Street at 19th Street or their sister location at 901 Larkin Street at Geary Street, view their website at http://www.thhexpress.com, or contact Paul Meeriyagerd at (415) 501-9181.