Before taking action, a good business owner always identifies a need -- Snuggie's creators realized there was a gap in the blankets-with-arms market, while the creators of Structure realized too late that there was a Gap in every market, and Structure makes really ugly clothes. Filling the FiDi's eating gaps, Siam Bistro.
Just opened downtown, SB identified the need for a FiDi Asian spot that'd serve at night/on the weekends and created this eclectic authentic take-out/eat-in Thai grubbery featuring light wood varnished counter seating with shiny red mod stools and white brick walls, which were originally supposed to be yellow brick until that whole munchkin suicide thing. Tasty chef's specials include Lover's Honey Moon (chicken and shrimp sautéed in a sweet/hot sauce w/ peppers, pineapple, and onion), glass noodle Pad Woon Sen pan-fried w/ shrimp, snow peas, and bean sprouts; and crispy haddock marinated in a spiced mango sauce over white rice named Three Taste Mango Fish (SPOILER ALERT: They all taste like haddock!). SB also serves oceanic deliciousness like the Four King (red curried shrimp, mussels, scallop, and squid); a string bean-topped grilled salmon in Thai choo chee curry sauce; and Seafood Madness, which is mussels served with mushroom, peppers, and hot basil-sauced scallops that're super nervous they might get shelled by a 12 seed. Don't sleep on Cornell!
If you'd prefer a quick midday snack, there're almost 20 apps including minced chicken shumai wrapped in a wonton, battered/deep fried sweet and sour crispy eggplant, and marinated shrimp spring rolls under pineapple sauce known as a Shrimp Blanket -- which is warm, sure, but can you wear it and still talk on the phone?