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Red Hook Pop-Up Chiang Mai Looks For a Permanent Home

The team looks to Crown Heights and beyond.

Robert Sietsema

Chiang Mai Restaurant is looking for a new home in Brooklyn after a successful six-month-long pop-up. Chef Kanlaya Supachana opened Chiang Mai inside home/made a small café in a home goods store last summer after parting ways with her partner at Red Hook hit Kao Soy. According to DNAInfo, Supachana is now seeking approval on a beer and wine license for a possible new restaurant at 724 Sterling Place in Crown Heights. The application is on the docket this week for Brooklyn's Community Board 8. DNAInfo notes that despite the Crown Heights application, the team is still considering spaces in Williamsburg and Manhattan.

In just six months, Chiang Mai received positive reviews from both Eater NY senior critic Robert Sietsema, and Zachary Feldman of the Village Voice.