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BANGKOK BARS & CLUBS:
Sorry I’m Gay

  • Sorry I’m Gay
  • Sorry I’m Gay
  • Sorry I’m Gay
  • Sorry I’m Gay
  • Sorry I’m Gay
  • Sorry I’m Gay

The buzz: This quirkily named, miniscule cocktail bar plays host to nightly live DJs. The actual bar is made from old Volkswagen parts while a small covered dancefloor offers a place to cut loose.

The music: These DJs aren’t guys pressing play on their Apple Music playlist, but some of the top names in town taking a night off from Sukhumvit. Think all-vinyl sets from Moola, techno and house from Jamie James or Sammy.

The drinks: The fruity cocktails are all priced at B200 and we’ll vouch for the Sorry I’m Gay (vodka, cream de banana, Sangsom, red grenadine, lemon juice, syrup), Ocean Gay (vodka, blue Curacao, guava juice, pineapple juice, lemon juice, syrup) and Sawatdee I’m Gay (dark rum, lemon juice, orange juice, pineapple juice, red grenadine).

The crowd: Mostly Thais who have a taste for good electronic music, but aren’t in the mood for full-on clubbing. 


See also: Ratchada Train Market’s best bars for a cheap and awesome night out

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Phone: 099-339-9173
Sorry I’m Gay, Ratchada Train Market, Ratchadaphisek Rd., Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

MRT Thailand Cultural Centre

Opening Hours:

Wed-Sun 6pm-1am
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