Bangkok Garden in Bethesda to Close at the End of This Month

Bangkok Garden in Bethesda to Close at the End of This Month

Bangkok Garden at 4906 St Elmo Ave in Bethesda announced today that they will be closing the restaurant on August 29. The Rockville location at 891 Rockville Pike will continue to remain open.

Bangkok Garden posted the following message to their Facebook account this morning:

“Bangkok Garden started back in 1984 by two Thai immigrants Visith and Yupin Laohapant who came to America in hopes of being able to share a part of their culture through Thai Food. Fast forward 37 years later Bangkok Garden has been proudly serving the Bethesda community. But today we are sad to announce that we will no longer be a part of this wonderful community and will be shutting down our Bethesda location.

We, the Bangkok Garden family would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to the people in the community who have made our journey possible and delightful by supporting Bangkok Garden. We have seen many generations walk through this door and we couldn’t have been more grateful to have been given this opportunity.

Now it is time for us to say goodbye and move on. Our last day serving our customers will be August 29, 2021. We hope that you will continue your support at our Rockville and future locations.

With much gratitude and appreciation,
Bangkok Garden Family“

Bangkok Garden was the runner up in last year’s TasteMoco Best Thai Cuisine tournament.

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