26 craft beer taps in Sukhumvit Soi 26.

Hong Kong's Maxim bakery rolls out cheese tarts and more.

Spain's much-hyped froyo specialist arrives in Bangkok. 

A crumbling shop-house gets a contemporary Chinese makeover. 

Animal-themed one-of-a-kind jewelry that draws on Asian mythology and craftsmanship. 

Jewelry combining precious stones with and metalstake inspiration from fantasy and fairytales.

One of Bangkok's most-established high fashion names focuses on black and white designs. 

Ingredients like rice bran oil and other locally sourced products ensure Thann's products are neither harmful to the body nor the environment. 

The grandma favorite gets a hipster makeover. 

A quirkily named, miniscule cocktail bar at Ratchada Train Market.

This live music venue will please fans of the dearly departed Cosmic Cafe.


Jidori-ya Ken's sister restaurant goes well beyond succulent yakitori.

Another contender in the trending cheese tart ring. 

The Old Town's new deli is all about housemade and local community products.

A burger and steakhouse from Bangkok’s beloved food truck.

American comfort food, cult sneakers and a party atmosphere.

East-meets-West at this tiny cafe in Thonglor.

A cafe-slash-working space that's as comfortable as it is functional.

An inviting cafe right near BTS Ekkamai. 

Creative burgers and brunch dishes from former members of Thailand's national culinary team.

Aveda's salon is home to one and only dark shampoo room in Thailand.

This is Thai dining pre-Wine I Love You. 

Sukhumvit Soi 49's popular sushi joint finds a cooler home. 

This Iron Chef's restaurant goes beyond souffle. 

This omakase-only restaurant sits in the heart of Sukhumvit.

A bar by Italian mixologist Michele Montauti, previously of J. Boroski and House on Sathorn.