Sala Daeng’s cocktails-on-draft concept adds a new wrinkle to Bangkok’s nightlife.
With the lockdown gradually easing, the Rabbit Hole Group’s hotly anticipated Draft Land is now open for business.
Arriving in Bangkok by way of Taipei and Hong Kong, Draft Land occupies a prime spot by the floor-to-ceiling window on the second level of the Commons Sala Daeng. They’re currently pouring 10 different cocktails and mocktails on draft for remarkably affordable prices (B250 each). Those include the Silver Fizz (gin, dill, lychee, lime and soda), the Oolong Tea Collins (vodka, rum, oolong tea, elderflower, lime and soda) and the Fake White (aloe juice, jin xuan tea, mangosteen and lime).
The bar, which cranks out pre-concocted cocktails with the flip of a bartender’s wrist, is the brainchild of Taiwanese mixologist Angus Zou. In late 2018, Zou teamed up with Hong Kong bartender Antonio Lai to bring the concept that city. In Bangkok, the project is being led by the Rabbit Hole team, which includes top talents like Suwincha “Chacha” Singsuwan as well as other venues like Rabbit Hole and last year’s new entry, Crimson Room.