Whether they like it or not, America has a tendency to roofie its way into the pants of foreign cuisines -- "Chinese" favorite General Tso's was invented in NYC in the 70s, and despite billions spent by the Franco-Italian lobby, Stouffer's French Bread Pizza is still flying out of your grocer's freezer. Chastely reclaiming its own ethnic sanctity, Thaitation. Aiming to instill "more authenticity" in the old Brown Sugar space, a longtime BS chef has Bangkok'd the joint out, instituting a legit Thai menu and renovating the interior to "make you feel like you're in Thailand" with "sunshine yellow" walls, authentic Thai artwork, and sweet Thai background music (but oddly, nary a lady-boy). Unintuitively genuine house specials start with Old Lady Spicy (your choice of meat, spicy roasted eggplant, veggies, "spicy special sauce"), Fisherman's Madness (four types of seafood in hot chili sauce), Bird of Paradise (hot & sour seafood broth, kaffir lime leaves), and most crazily of all, Mango Curry -- seriously, with a name like that, what could it even be? Other meaty delights include Num-Tok (hot/spicy charcoal grilled beef w/ jasmine rice & spicy lime dressing), Spicy String Beans (w/ pork, red curry, roasted cashews), and hot chili stir-fried Spicy Babe Ribs, a sensual delicacy until you get close and realize they're just wearing a ton of makeup. To temper the pain from your sweat-inducing mains, they've also got Crispy Mango Rolls, chilled Thai dessert fruits (Lychee, Rambutan, and Longan), Mango with Sticky Rice and, um, Strawberry Cheesecake -- because regular cheesecake would be letting the Americans win.