Rod Dee Is Open Once Again in Boston's Fenway Neighborhood
A popular Thai restaurant in Boston's Fenway neighborhood that was destroyed in a fire a few years ago is now open once again.
According to a poster on Chowhound (and confirmed by the El Pelon Taqueria Twitter page), Rod Dee has reopened on Peterborough Street, making it the third spot in the Fenway's "restaurant row" to open back up (the other two being El Pelon and Thornton's Fenway Grille). The Thai spot had been one of several eateries that burned to the ground in early 2009, with Greek Isles, Sorento's, and Umi apparently deciding not to come back to Peterborough Street.
Rod Dee also has locations in Brookline's Washington Square and Cambridge's Porter Square, with another location of the Thai restaurant returning to the Coolidge Corner section of Brookline sometime this year. (Its Coolidge Corner spot closed in the summer of 2010.)
The address for the reopened Rod Dee in the Fenway neighborhood of Boston is: Rod Dee, 94 Peterborough Street, Boston, MA, 02215. The website for Rod Dee can be found at http://www.roddee.net/