Fri, Mar 20
Sip five distinct wines, ranging from Camino de Chile Reserva Chardonnay and Pere Ventura Mas Pere Brut Selección Cava Do to Root 1 Sauvignon Blanc and Carmenere, along with three unlimited food stations and two-course wine-pairing meals.
's celebrity chef Ian Kittichai and his team will be interpreting regional Thai delights with a twist through multi-course menus.
Mar 20. Khum Hom, 2 Witthayu Rd. B2,500 plus B1,000 for wine pairing. Book here
Sat, Mar 21
Stock up for self-isolation with amazing deals on drink-in and take-out beer at Phrom Phong's craft beer haven. Expect prices of B200 and under.
Mar 21, 11am-midnight. Hair of the Dog, 593/27 Sukhumvit Soi 33/1, 02-258-1461
Enjoy a five-course Italian feast laid on by The Landmark Bangkok’s executive sous chef Francesco Bettoli, with two wine pairings: Chianti Riserva Buccia Nera and Barolo Paolo Scavino.
This craft beer importer and distributor is throwing a blowout beer fest and backyard barbecue and pizza party, offering some of its awesome beers for only B100-150 a pour—plus take-home bottles and cans at wholesale prices—and giving away several cases of beer to boot. Special to the event is the limited release of Toppling Goliath’s rare Mornin’ Delight imperial stout—every ticket holder will receive a 125ml pour.
Credit: JW Marriott Bangkok
You might not be able to travel to Japan but you can enjoy cherry blossom-inspired Japanese dishes instead. Highlights include sesame tofu with fresh wasabi, grilled A4 miyazaki striploin with miso paste, and yomogi red bean mochi.
Mar 29. Tsu Japanese Restaurant, JW Marriott Hotel, 4 Sukhumvit Rd., 02-656-7700. From B1,990/person (including one welcome drink)