Gay-friendly bar in the Night Bazaar area, opposite ‘Le Spice’ Indian Restaurant, near Kalae Food Centre.
There is a pool table. Laid-back, friendly vibe. Open until late.
venue: bar (酒吧) | features: bar, music (酒吧, 音乐) | customers: LGBT mixed | attracts: All types
“This small open bar is tucked discreetly into a far corner of the Night Bazaar. It's a convenient stopover if you happen to be in the food court area in the evening. I've been a couple of times for a quick drink and it's certainly not a clip joint. It's a gay bar and not a go-go. I noticed 2 or 3 working fellows. I bought a beer for one of the lads (no pressure for anything else) at a reasonable bar price of 100 baht (USD 2.80) and my cocktails (Black Label with soda) were 120 baht (about USD 3.50). No idea if there is an "off fee" for inviting host staff away from their jobs during working hours for other private consultations, but if so that would be common in the situation. The "Sleaze Alley" zones of the Night Bazaar are a thing of the past, but with Ram Bar recently re-opened down the soi, the impending relocation of Secrets as its neighbor, and rumors (only) of another local gay establishment possibly shopping for space, things could be looking up in this area.“
David on 24-08-2015 | Problem with this review?
Beware of the extras!
“Welcomes both straight and gay. A few tired guys around but beware when buying any a drink!..they not only want you to buy them the most expensive cocktail on the menu but this bar has the audacity to charge you a premium for the privilege!“
Chris on 08-08-2015 | Problem with this review?
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