Want additional motivation for downing cocktails? This new kid on the block makes guilt-free drinks. Bar Na by Na Project has launched their soft opening in Phra Nakhon, with the guiding principle “Stirring Change” that transcends the traditional role of a bar. 
They’re forging a brighter future for communities by connecting the dots between drinks and generosity.  The primary focus here is on social and skill development for underserved and at-risk youths, urban refugees, and migrant workers who have been lacking one crucial thing: an opportunity. Bar Na provides a platform to learn valuable skills, offering them a path to personal growth and development by equipping them with comprehensive training in the hospitality industry. 
Now, let’s talk cocktails. Bar Na offers the classic pisco sours, Pegu Club cocktails, and guarapitas. The Pegu Club cocktail, for instance, has a fascinating history—named after the members’ club in Yangon, which initially symbolized exclusivity and privilege by excluding Burmese locals. Now, everyone can drink it. It’s a cocktail that embodies Bar Na’s belief in creating a more equitable society.  
There are also some experimental cocktails like Cacao and Jasmine Rice, Bar Na Nee’s Knees, and Issan Rum and Celery. They’re drinks filled with ingredients Bangkokians know, blended with the Western spirits you adore. 
Located in the historical venue of Bangkok 1899, Bar Na has a low-lit and effortlessly cool ambiance, adorned with exposed Venetian wall plasters, candlelights, and vibrant blue neon lights in the night. 
Bar Na gives you a chance to raise your glass and your conscience.
Bangkok 1899, Pom Prap Sattru Phai. Open Fri-Sat 6pm-12pm.