Fans of in Union Square have one week left to get their fix.
The Thai restaurant will close its doors for good on June 9, according to a server at the restaurant.
The restaurant is also hosting a farwell dinner on June 8, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., to celebrate Chef Ronnarong Saksua, who's operated a Thai restaurant at the Union Square location since the 1990s, according to the website announcing the farewell party.
The website points to all the hard work it takes to operate a restaurant day in and day out for over a decade, and it says Saksua is ready for a break.
So, what's moving into the Ronnarong space?
Tim and Bronwyn Weichmann, of the acclaimed T.W. Food in Cambridge, , and it will feature New American cuisine with a "European cultural influence," Tim Weichmann said back in April.
They hope to open sometime in September or October.
No doubt many in the neighborhood will miss Ronnarong. So, if you've got a hankering for some of Saksua's tasty dishes, or if you just want to say goodbye, this week is your last chance to do it.