Things to do in Thonglor
Hoping to be that backyard hang-out where everyone comes to chill on their free time, Roots serves coffee at its very best. Their cold brew attracts coffees lovers across the neighborhood, even more now that Roots offers it fresh from the tap.
Jess Barnes, the chef who transformed the city’s food scene by introducing unconventional comfort food at Opposite Mess Hall, is collaborating with thefolks behind River City’s riverside gastropub Viva & Aviv on an all-day breakfast joint that offers dishes brimming with Barnes’ signature twists.
Tucked away in the sleepy alley of Soi Thonglor 9, the refurbished shophouse-eatery is dressed in eye-popping blue, making it distinct from the rather rundown shops and apartments on the soi.
Having tempted plara (fermented fish) and chili-loving taste bud in Saladaeng as well as some international mega cities, Somtum Der recently opens the door to the second domestic branch in the heart of bustling Thonglor.
The hippest food complex boasting the best restaurants and chic bars. It's also a pet-friendly venue where dogs are welcome in the outdoor terrace.
Bar Savoy maintains U.N.C.L.E.’s dramatic setting—elegant black marble, over-the-top bar—but adds tribal African portraits and more tufted leather couches.
Set in a revamped warehouse, Beam is a two-story venue that features different music genres on each level.
The mixologists behind Q&A and Sugar Ray, as well as the Chinese-themed bar Dim Dim, has launched a new cocktail den in Sukhumvit, and this time, exotic Thai ingredients and fruits play the leading role.
Named after the last—and possibly most mysterious—shade in the color spectrum, Violett beguiles Thonglor club rats with neon-lit vibes inspired by the underground clubs in Europe—Berlin, to be precise.
Climb up the stairs to the second floor to access an emporium that reveals a fetish for risqué fashion and naughty things.