Negroni Week, a charity dinner, a dark beer fest and more!
Wed, Sep 16
In honor of its one-year anniversary, Gigi is throwing a special party on Sep 16, from 7pm onwards.
Sep 16, Gigi Dining Hall and Bar, 4 Sukhumvit Soi 45, 02-662-4478
Credit: Iron Balls Distillery Facebook
Join Ekkamai’s Iron Balls Distillery for Negroni Week 2020, when they’ll be shaking up four classic cocktails with a twist.
Sep 16, Iron Balls Distillery, G/F, Park Lane Ekkamai, Sukhumvit Soi 63, 02-714-2269
Thu, Sep 17
Chef Deepanker “DK” Khosla of Haoma and chef Jutamas “Som” Theantae of Karmakamet Conveyance are teaming up to serve two 10-course West Bengali dinners (from B2,990/person). One ticket sold equals 20 meals for the hungry as part of Haoma's No One Hungry campaign.
Fri, Sep 18
Mojjo will be hosting a wine-tasting dinner (from B990/person), featuring five wines (Pere Ventura Mas Pere Selección Cava DO, Root 1 Sauvignon Blanc, Camino De Chile Reserva Chardonnay, Root 1 Carmenere and Camino De Chile Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon), three food stations and two courses.
Sep 18, Mojjo Rooftop Lounge and Bar, 32/F, Compass SkyView Hotel, 12 Sukhumvit Soi 24, 02-011-1111
This Friday, Diageo Reserve Thailand’s brand ambassador Ball Sarawut will be teaming up with The Speakeasy’s mixologist Lersak “Yod” Jamkadsin to craft gin-based cocktails (priced from B320) from 8pm until midnight.
Sep 18, The Speakeasy Rooftop Bar, 24-25/F, Hotel Muse Bangkok Langsuan, 55/555 Lang Suan Rd. Book here
Sat, Sep 19
Mikkeller will be celebrating dark beers on Sep 19, offering more than 15 taps of dark beers, special deals and juicy barbeque. For the lineup of beers, check out their Facebook page.
Sep 19, Mikkeller, 26 Ekkamai Soi 10, Yaek 2, 02-381-9891
Throughout September, Asoke’s home of Mediterranean bites and natural wine will welcome a fresh pasta corner, featuring 10 types of pasta handmade to order and a special menu charting dishes from the north to the south of Italy.
Through Sep 30. About Eatery, Ocean Tower II, Asoke Soi 3, 092-9072191
From Sep 19-Oct 3, BK Magazine will be partnering with some of the city’s best restaurants for BK Restaurant Week 2020—think 80/20 (1 Michelin star), TAAN, Mediterra, Kintsugi by Jeff Ramsey and more! For two weeks, we’re joining hands with over 60 restaurants to serve hundreds of special set menus starting from just B500++. Each set menu consists of a minimum of three courses (starter, main course and dessert), with an extra course for any diner who books using a Citi credit card. Pre-sale tickets are now available to purchase online for Citi card members, while general booking opens Aug 31. In most cases, you’re getting a great deal on a meal that would cost you 50-100 percent more any other time. Even better? You get a chance to support this city’s awesome dining scene.
Sep 19-Oct 3. Discover the full list of participating BK Restaurant Week venues at bkrestaurantweek.com
Experience Rubia Gallega meat with chef-partner Nelson Amorim’s five-course menu from B3,500 (extra B1,400 for wine pairing), including dishes like Rubia Gallega tartare with blood orange emulsion, roasted eggplant cream and parmesan ice cream; picanha Brazileira (oven-baked dry-aged Rubia Gallega picanha with caramelized pineapple, feijão preto and couve mineira); and charcoal-grilled Rubia Gallega striploin with Jerusalem artichokes and onion ash.
Sep 22, Il Fumo, 1098 Rama IV Rd. To book, call 02-286-8833 or 063-981-8161
Through Oct 31, Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit will be taking you on the Sofitel Wine Days journey, an annual program which sees Sofitel hotels around the world pay tribute to wine and French culinary heritage, with four events on the line-up. On Sep 24, two sommeliers from France and Italy, Guillaume Celante and Gabriele Arturo Ferri, will be battling in a wine show-down with six classic labels. Experience wine tasting and classic canapes from Belga kitchen (from B2,100). Stay tuned for upcoming events.