Synthwave, beers and burgers, an eco-friendly market, and more.
FOOD & DRINKS
Not only is it a week-long celebration of one of the world’s great cocktails, Negroni Week is also an effort to raise money for charities. Hosted until Sep 20, you can have a few sips (or more) of special Negronis at Craft and Bar Yard. There will also be an introduction of Ms. Jigger, the hotel's latest bar, set to open on Oct 1.
Through Sep 20. Kimpton Maa-Lai, 78 Soi Tonson, 02-056-9999
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Hosted at Vanilla Sky Rooftop Bar every Saturday, starting Sep 19, you can indulge in sparkling wine, red wine, beer, two types of cocktails and more at this free-flow bar. Music will be provided by DJ Bradley Hart, with a limited entry of 70 people.
Sep 19, 6-7:30pm. 36/F, Vanilla Sky, Skyview Hotel Bangkok Sukhumvit 24, 12 Sukhumvit Soi 24. B699
Mikkeller Bangkok fires up the grill, serving cheeseburgers (B380) and beer deals on cans all night (three for B1,000).
Sep 18. 26 Ekkamai Soi 10, Yaek 2
The Phrom Phong branch of the asylum-themed craft beer bar celebrates four years in business with deals and special guest taps.
Sep 18. 593/27 Sukhumvit Soi 33/1
Hosted at Greek and Georgian institution Avra, this party promises 70s Euro pop, 20 percent off the a la carte menu for early bookings (plus a free glass of sparkling wine) and the chance to experience the Sanremo Festival without actually having to go to Italy.
Sep 19, 7pm-midnight. Avra, 33 Sukhumvit Rd. Free
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Thai artist Piyakan “Mook” Bootprasert’s first solo exhibition is all about interpreting urban life via neon installations.
Through Sep 20. Ohho Bar, 1, 3-9 Sala Daeng 1 Alley, 089-826-2299
Panoramic, a photo and sound exhibition, is Greasy Cafe’s Apichai "Lek" Tragoolpadetgrai’s first solo exhibition. The photos displayed in this exhibition were taken from his journey in Oman, coupled by music that he made specially for this event.
Through Oct 31, 12-8pm. 2/F Seenspace Thonglor, 251/1 Thong Lor Soi 13
Embracing Otherness, Exploring Muslims is a follow-up project of the Talk with Muslims series (TAMU) by the Japan Foundation Asia Center. The photo exhibition comprises two sets of photos by three photographers, sharing 65 pictures about the lives of Muslims in Thailand and Japan. Photographers Samak Kosem and Kalil Pitsuwan picked Chiang Mai as a place to tell their stories. Sato Kenei, a Japanese journalist, uses mass media to focus on Islam in Japan.
Through Sep 20, 10am-7pm. 5/F, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, 939 Rama I Rd.
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Sep 18-19. 7:30-11pm. Buddha and Pals, 712 Krung Kasem Rd., 061-585-9283
If you’re into all things eco-friendly, this event is for you. This eco-friendly, sustainable market aims to connect community members, encourage sustainable living by reducing, reusing, recycling and up-cycling, and promote clean air. Expect environmental workshops, local organic food and drinks, family-friendly activities, and face painting, among other activities. All proceeds raised on the day will be donated to local charities.
Sep 20, 11am-5pm. Patom Organic Living, 9, 2 Phrom Phak Alley, 02-084-8649