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9 booze and food events to check out this week (May 31, 2017)

BK's weekly Bites & Blends Market rounds up the best dining and drinking events, deals and more.

By Kasidit Srivilai | May 31, 2017

  • 9 booze and food events to check out this week (May 31, 2017)
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Ongoing

Canadian Lobster

Through JuneLa Vie features seasonal Canadian lobster, including Fedelini lobster, on its menu (B1,800 per dish).

11/F, Vie Hotel, Phayathai Rd. 02-309-3939


Wednesday

Kurafutoburyu at Brewski

On May 31, enjoy Japanese craft beer Kurafutoburyu and Japanese-inspired food as well as live entertainment by DJ Hidemasa Mitsubishi at Brewski.

30/F Raddisson Blu Hotel, Sukhumvit Rd. 02-304-3333


Saturday

Heretic x Udomsuk 13 Taps Takeover 

Join the soft opening of new beer bar Dock No.13 with 13 new international craft beers on Jun 3. 

47 Phra Arthit Rd. 02-629-5165

 

Bangkok Farmers’ Market

The weekend market gives you access to the producers and lets you buy your food from them. Jun 3-4, 11am-8pm.

8 Thonglor, Sukhumvit Soi 55, BTS Thonglor


Monday

Negroni Week Launch

From Jun 5-11, the 2017 Negroni Week Thailand gathers together 51 Bangkok bars for charitable negroni cocktail deals. The official launch party takes place at Vogue Lounge on Jun 5 and all proceeds will be donated to the Chaipattana Foundation.

6/F, MahaNakhon Cube, Narathiswas Rd. 02-001-0697


Beyond

Sake Dinner at Bunker

Enjoy four sakes from the Dassai brewery paired with five courses by Bunker's executive chef on Jun 8 for B3,500 per person. Dinner starts at 7pm.

Sathorn Soi 12, 092-563-9991

Lobster Menu at J'aime

This Jun 8-10, chef Jean-Michel Lorain marks the 25th year of his lobster menu from the two-Michelin-starred La Cote Saint Jacques in France by offering it at J’aime. The chef will be visiting his Bangkok restaurant to present the lobster-heavy four- (B2,299) or six-course (B3,399) menus himself.

U Sathorn Bangkok, 105, 105/1 Soi Ngam Duphli, Sathorn Rd., 02-119-4899

Historic Architecture & Heritage Drinks of Southeast Asia

This Jun 10 from 3-6pm, The Pegu Club (Yangon, Myanmar) visits Seven Spoons to offer a taste of their renowned cocktails, alongside a seminar by South African architect Horton Mark on heritage buildings. B900/person. Limited seats

22 Chakrapatipong Rd., 02-629-9214

Masterclass and Chef's Table with Chef Alain Passard

Join a cooking class (B5,900) with chef Alain Passard of Paris' three-Michelin-starred restaurant L'arperge or try his chef's table dinner with wine (B12,500) at Issaya Cooking Studio from June 14-17.

LG/F, Central Embassy, Phloen Chit Rd., 02-160-5636. www.issayacookingstudio.com

 

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