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  1. Good choice on PB’s part. Pad thai has been my special “birthday” food since I was 14. YUM.

  2. ohmy gosh, i haven’t had pad thai in FOREVER! way too long, and this one sounds out of this world ;)

  3. I could totally see you hanging with the Calvin Klein models!

  4. I adore TAO in Las Vegas – it’s one of my fave spots. Haven’t checked out TAO in NYC but will have to put this on my radar for the next NYC trip.

  5. Glad you liked Tao! We almost went there for dinner last weekend too, haha. I’ve been there for lunch and although it gets busy, I think it’s much quieter. I’ve been meaning to go back for a while, maybe soon :)

  6. I have never went out for a drink alone. So brave. Maybe I need to add that to my New Years resolutions. :)

    • RhodeyGirlTests

      @Kelly, It’s actually a little scary at first but I have learned incredible social skills from dining alone, and later eating alone. When I lived in Italy (for almost a year) there was a period of 3 weeks where I didn’t know a single person. I went out to dinner almost every night and learned how to be social and make friends even though I felt so awkward at first!

      Def put it on your resolutions list!

  7. I don’t know if I could ever go out for a drink alone. I’m so impressed by your confidence. I’d love to read a post that offers tips and suggestions for dining alone. Do you think it was different in Italy than here??? In my experience, I’ve found other countries to be warmer in personality than here.

  8. I loved Vegas Tao when I was there last summer. We also had the huge fortune cookie for dessert. The whole dinner was magical and amazing, although I did find the club very crowded and crazy… I would go back in a heartbeat!

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