After weighing all of our options at this time, we've decided it's in the best interest of our employees for us to close for the next few weeks. Although business last week was great (a huge THANK YOU to those who ordered), ultimately we have to consider the health and safety of both our customers and our employees (many of whom have children or are taking care of elderly relatives).
Updates will be posted, as usual, on fb and here on our web page.
This was a difficult decision for us, but we hope that we can help prevent this disease from spreading by closing our doors until we feel it is safe to open again.
Stay safe, everyone!
Mike and Liz
At Like My Thai,
we bring you the favorites of Thai, Vietnamese, and Korean cuisines,
currently interspersed with Chinese and Indonesian. Different from a traditional Thai restaurant, we present these dishes with loyalty to their spirit of their origin
- we make everything from scratch with heart and soul.
Eat in our casual comfortable dining room at 827 State Street in the heart of downtown Erie!
Or call with your take out order - 814-455-1026.
We serve lunch and dinner Monday-Thursday 11am-8pm, and Friday and Saturday 11am-10pm.
We close for various reasons throughout the year.
Please check our Calendar page for those dates
We accept cash and all major credit cards.
Coffee and tea are always available, otherwise you are welcome to BYOB.
A huge THANK YOU to our Kickstarter supporters.
We couldn't have done it without you!
Looking for a new experience?
We were, too!
We welcome adventurous palates, philosophers of all kinds, playful advocates, charismatic imbibers,
poets of paradigm, intent lovers,
and the casually acquainted.
Who we are...
“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.”
Mike and Liz Augustine
live and work in downtown Erie, PA. We are also raising four children, four cats, and two very tall bunches of bamboo.
Like My Thai events originated in a small pizza shop on 8th and Chestnut. These events offered some of the first Thai and Vietnamese food served in Erie and quickly became a popular choice in dining.