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Hidden down a secluded soi off Thonglor, this bar is basically a Japanese hipster’s wet dream—super-cool without even trying.

Two vintage motorbikes mark the entrance. Duck inside the low door frame and you’ll be greeted by a soundtrack of achingly hip world music and a homely setting of couches and other mix-and-match furnishings.

The well-stocked wooden bar is manned by a smiling Japanese man who whips up house specialties like the Do Do Shot (B120), a mix of vodka, olive, tabasco sauce and lime juice.

Some of the city’s most creative names have taken over the DJ booth here, playing low-key, after-hours sets to punters on the petite dance floor.

Events Happening at 12 x 12
A night of experimental music with local indie veterans Stylish Nonsense joined by Korean electronic drone duo Tengger, Thai dub producer The Photo Sticker Machine and Japanese loop guitarist Amatuti Dub Drawing Space. Limited to only 50 tickets. 
When: Jul 20-21, 8pm
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Phone: 094-260-4713
12 x 12, 810/22 Thonglor Soi Thararom 2, Bangkok, Thailand

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Tue-Sat 8pm-2am
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