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The best bars and clubs in Bangkok

An insider’s guide to the best places to drink in Bangkok

Nothing beats a great night out after a long week at work. Whether cocktails in a swanky joint is your thing, downing a beer or two while enjoying live music, or dancing like there‘s no tomorrow, Time Out's got you covered. We've rounded up the best bars and clubs in the city. Find them in the lively neighborhoods of Silom, Thonglor and Soi Nana Chinatown

The best bars and clubs in Bangkok

[NEW] Hair of the Dog Phrom Pong

Run by one of the founders and a former tap master of Mikkeller Bangkok, Hair of the Dog offers a selection of craft beer in a gloomy, red-lit chamber that evokes quirky medical vibes. 

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Phrom Phong

[NEW] Taproom Experience Craft Beer

Sharing space with Casa Lapin x 26 and One Day At A Time restaurant, this beer bar offers 26 taps of imported craft beer, perfectly completing this lifestyle space, which also includes a hostel and co-working space. 

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Sukhumvit 26

[NEW] Brewski

The rooftop offering of the Radisson Blu Hotel is currently the highest beer bar in Bangkok, offering guests an opportunity to sip a variety of malted brews while enjoying stunning skyline views. 

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Watthana

[NEW] Golden Coins Taproom

After ardous attempts to make their brand legit in Thailand, Golden Coins take things a step further by bringing their kegs to a taproom concept with an eponymous named bar. 

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Ekamai

[NEW] Bottle of Beers

Tucked in Soi Sukhumvit 34, Bottle of Beers is a small shop where you can sit and sip a cold bottle of ale. This spot features a long communal table flanked by shelves and refrigerators displaying most of the craft beer labels available in Bangkok. 

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Khlong Toei

[NEW] Beer Belly

Occupying a huge space in 72 Courtyard, it’s one of the first spots you’ll notice as you approach the dining compound. Offering 20 beers from all over the world on tap, you can’t really say no to the place.

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Thonglor

[NEW] Changwon Express

Bangkok-based Korean engineer-turned-chef Ted Ahn quit his job and turned his passion for food craft beer into a full-fledged F&B venture. Changwon Express presents Korean-Mexican fusion plates created by Ted himself (he actually runs the show in the kitchen on a daily basis) alongside nine taps of draft beer and rotating bottles. 

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Ratchathewi

[NEW] I Hate Pigeons

This curiously named bar doesn’t require you to actually hate pigeons to enjoy their selection of craft beers. Calling itself a “dive bar,” brings the craft beer scene to the Sribumphen area, attracting lovers of malted brews with a Monday-night promo that offers a 15 percent discount on all bottles you take back home.

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Yenarkat

Sing Sing Theater

After wielding design magic on Maggie Choo’s and Iron Fairies, Australian designer Ashley Sutton is back with Sing Sing Theater. Decorated with metalwork, wood, lanterns and neon lights, the place combines inspirations from Shanghai in the ′30s with futuristic Blade Runner-esque elements.

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Watthana

Iron Fairies Dragonfly

You might be surprised to find out what’s hidden inside Fat Gut’z Saloon Eastville. A dragonfly-shaped key opens the door to a small walkway leading to what appears to be an abandoned forest chapel and that familiar Iron Fairies magic.   

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Thonglor
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