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If your first industrial, streamlined, high-energy Thai restaurant is a success, it only makes sense to create another. Partners Ariele Apariciot and Andrew Jerro, who own the Cobble Hill spot Joya, have spun off a similar eatery in Park Slope: Song, which means “two” in Thai. It’s just as lively as the original. A DJ positioned on the cement dining-room floor spins electronica while diners share dishes like a nicely plated pad thai, saucy curries and creamy coconut soup. Nightly specials are handwritten on colored paper; order the likes of crunchy chicken wontons, lip-stinging glazed wings and steamed Thai mussels, and watch the chefs prepare it in the open kitchen.
293 Fifth Ave
|Cross street:||at 2nd St|
|Transport:||Subway: F, G, M, R to Fourth Ave–9th St|
|Price:||Average main course: $7. Cash only|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu, Sun 5–11pm; Fri, Sat 5pm–12:30am|
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