The Warehouse is Bangkok’s latest multi-disciplinary venue, having opened beginning of July in Charoenkrung. Keep in mind the establishment is separate from Warehouse 30. The Warehouse is a community-driven space within a historical building where art, food, drinks, and music come together. In an era when the heritage of Bangkok’s Yaowarat is fading, Suriya "Keng" Sathiensri, the founder of The Warehouse, is determined to revitalize the local area whilst retaining the essence of its local communities and businesses.
Spanning 900 square meters and still a “work in progress,” The Warehouse has already hosted a series of events such as food pop-ups, flea markets, movie nights, and ever-changing art exhibitions. The atmosphere is thriving with people gathering at communal tables, socializing, vibing to music, and even bringing their furry friends along, all set beneath the fairy flights and neon-lit installations. Food vendors also set up shop in stylish camper vans whilst some guests arrive in their vintage cars and motorbikes, parking them around the stalls. The space retains its original charm, with exposed beams and the outside exterior of the building, which speaks to its rich history.
Despite only hosting pop-ups at the moment, the pop-ups are regular and bring a mix of local and international artists showcasing their work, as well as shop owners showcasing their handmade goods or vintage finds. It also brings together new and beloved dining establishments, shops, and bars, all together, under one roof. The event lineups are consistently impressive, having featured stalls like Pizza Maru, Peruvian ceviche by Buenazo, ice cream from Wua, Henry Fry’s fried chicken, Kaiseki by Mad Beef, and Sor’s sliders.
Adding to the excitement, towards the end of October. The Warehouse opened the Clutch Bar on the second floor. Clutch is a listening bar that houses a selection of vinyl, vintage audio, and equipment.
867 Charoen Krung Road, Talat Noi., 080-269-6666