The mixed-use riverfront project Lhong 1919 is to share its pier with a beer terrace until Mar 15.

Behind the short-term, Chao Phraya drinking spot is Chang, Thailand’s biggest commercial brewery. Besides beer, the outdoor venue will serve a variety of Thai and Western dishes out of the kitchen of nearby Rongsi. Take your drinks with a basket of fried sweet potatoes (B195), the grilled ribeye with jaew sauce (B380), cold cuts and assorted cheese (B650) or the German pork knuckle served with mash potato and sauerkraut (B550).

The terrace is open 5pm until late. Among the lineup of pop music performers that will grace the waterfront are Atom and Lipta.

Lhong 1919 is a 6,800 sq meter mixed-use space that was once a Chinese shrine, and now houses restaurants, local art and design stores and a co-working space. The location is a historical landing ground of a Chinese community that cane to Thailand during the reign of King Rama IV (1851-1868).

Lhong 1919, 248 Chiang Mai Rd., 081-994-4597