Amid the COVID-19 hysteria and smog, Bangkok this March is still going strong with joyous, anxiety-releasing events.
From a pizza and beer-pairing party and a fun-filled girls’ night and a South African wine tasting, there’s something to stir a little emotion in everyone. Read on for our hand-picked selection of things to do in the next two weeks and don’t forget to click “add to calendar” for the ones that catch your eye. Just don’t forget to bring along your hand sanitiser and keep that mask on always.
Ladies, here’s your night to shine. Girls gone Wild at Woobar, W Bangkok, will let you unleash your inner party animal and enjoy the beats with a DJ Lineup, featuring DJ Knatz, DJ Black Rain, and MC MNKIZZLE. Take pleasure also in a 90-minute free-flow sparkling wine from 8-9:30 pm and buy one get one free promotion for sparkling wine — all just for you ladies.
Having known each other for over 14 years, Chef Jutamas “Som” Theantae of Karmakamet Conveyance and Chef Monthep “Thep” Kamolsilp of Taan finally join hands to curate a menu especially for this friend-bonding pop-up. The ten-course menu (THB 3,500++) features exotic dishes like Poached Oyster, Smoked Frog Legs coated with Deep-fried Cricket, Grilled Corn-marinated Pigeon, Honey Ice Cream, and more.
In collaboration with Wine Dee Dee, The Sukhothai invites wine lovers over for some opulent wine from South Africa. The grapes grown under the African sunrays produce sweet, tongue-satisfying vinos. The event serves up a wide array of wines along with scrumptious tapas for only THB 888 net per person.
If you’re an Instagram foodie, you’ve probably come across the drool-inducing profile of Julia Panchkowry, a.k.a The Banana Warrior, who’s the queen of health-enriched banana cakes. This month at theCOMMONS Thonglor, she will be leading an exclusive plant-based desserts class, teaching you how to whip up delicious peanut butter pie, chocolate glaze, brownie pie and more – all being raw and vegan.
A pizza and beer buffet: doesn’t that just sound delightful? The carb-loaded restaurant Carbar Bkk throws a feast on unlimited booze and pie diners can enjoy with a just THB 750++ package. Pair Budweiser, Ballast Point IPA, Heart of Darkness and Peroni with scrumptious toppings spanning cheese, pepperoni, eggplant burrata, seafood pesto and even carbonara.
Poetry matters to mental health, and this poetry event will tell you why “poetry is a safe and exciting pathway towards healing.” Organised by This Matters: Mind the Unseen Heart and Bangkok Lyrical Lunacy, Why Poetry Matters features Open Mic session, as well as a talk led by poets on the good poems give to your soul.