The best things to do in town this week, from a Halloween-themed flower making workshop, to a series of unmissable dinners.
With half a stumble and half a dance, we find ourselves at the end of October. The past month has been turbulent, to put it lightly. On the upside, the weather has taken a turn for the better, as heavy rains subside to leave what is now best described as an enjoyably uplifting breeze — the kind of weather that beckons you to be out and about.
If you happen to be looking for reasons to do just that, we’ve rounded up a list of the best events taking place this week, for you to mark on your calendars. Ranging from a series of mouthwatering dinner experiences, to Halloween parties, art exhibitions and more, scroll to see your plans for the week!
#NoOneHungry Charity Dinner: Neo Indian Meets Thai
WINE & DINE — Chef Deepanker “DK” Khosla of Haoma restaurant, and Chef Phanuphon “Black” Bulsuwan of Blackitch in Chiang Mai – a restaurant that has definitely got tongues wagging on the local gourmet scene – come together on Wednesday, to create a spectacular ‘Neo Indian Meets Thai’ menu. The collaborative dinner, which will be held at Haoma, will see a donation of 20 meals to Haoma’s #NOONEHUNGRY cause, for every single ticket sold. The theme of the dinner will be inspired by the initiatives both the chefs have put forward during the Covid-19 crisis to show their humanitarianism and feeding the hungry.
THB2,990++ (includes 10 courses) per person, with beverage pairing available. Seating times are 6pm, 7pm, and 8pm, October 28, 2020. Haoma. To reserve your seats or find out more, call 0 2038 5821, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mezzaluna & R-Haan Dinner Series
WINE & DINE — As part of the Michelin Guide Dining Series, Mezzaluna’s Ryuki Kawasaki and R-Haan’s Chumpol Jangprai unite for the first time. These two amazing chefs, from these two renowned 2-Michelin-starred restaurants, will present ‘Memories of Culinary Art’ for two nights each at each restaurant. Two of these dinners are private (Oct. 27 at R-Haan and Oct. 28 at Mezzaluna), but the October 29th dinner at Mezzaluna and the October 30th dinner at R-Haan are both open to the public, complemented with wine pairing. Enjoy four unforgettable meat and seafood courses – two from each chef – as well as divine amuse bouches, decadent desserts, bottled waters, and coffees.
TB10,000++ per person (includes wine pairing). October 29 – 30, 2020. Mezzaluna and R-Haan. To reserve your seats or find out more, call 0 2624 9666 (Mezzaluna), or 0 2059 0533 (R-Haan). You can also email email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com.
ART & CULTURE — Regulars at Bitterman have even more reason to visit this week, as the greenhouse-esque venue in leafy Saladaeng transforms its second floor space into a multi-functional area. Under the name ‘Seriously Bitter!’, the revamped area will be dedicated to showcasing the work of young creatives, as well as hosting a range of fun, immersive experiences — think workshops, dining, and much, much more. To kick things off, guests are invited to join their pre-Halloween soft launch party, which will include a flower workshop run in collaboration with Flowers in the Mist. Pop by for welcome drinks, special cocktails, and a quick session on how to make your own Halloween-inspired flower tiara before you head out to party the night away.
THB2,600 per person (includes all flower tiara materials and a special cocktail). 6 – 11pm, October 30, 2020. Seriously Bitter!, 2nd floor, Bitterman. RSVP here , or find out more via the Official Facebook Event Page.
A Taste of Spanish Cuisine At Its Best
WINE & DINE — Centara Grand at Central Plaza Ladprao presents acclaimed Spanish chef Fernando Andres as the star of the flavourful finale in their 3-part ‘Journeys Around The Mediterranean’ dining series. Chef Fernando will introduce some of the most emblematic dishes the Iberian Peninsula has to offer in a 5-night restaurant takeover entitled ‘A Taste of Spanish Cuisine At Its Best’. Enjoy all-you-can-eat appetizers, tapas, and Pinchos, as well as many styles of paella, authentic ‘Cochinillo Asado’ (roast suckling pig), ‘Rabo de Toro’ (oxtail stew), and much more, including delectable Spanish desserts. This special dining offer is available as part of Chatuchak Café’s dinner buffet.
THB1,588 per person. October 27 – 31, 2020. Centara Grand at Central Plaza Ladprao. To reserve your seats or find out more, call 0 2541 1234, or visit centarahotelsresorts.com.
It’s Always a Changing Stream of Water Before We Meet the Big Blue Sea
ART & CULTURE — Currently showing at ATT 19, this exhibition marks the first solo showcase by emerging artist Prim Patnasiri, and comes in the form of an art installation and a short film. Immersive and thought-provoking, the exhibition aims to raise awareness of mental health, and mental health wellbeing in Thailand — a topic which is often overlooked, and rarely brought up in our current society. Hoping to inspire, the exhibition will also include a series of special programs and events, featuring special guest appearances courtesy of partnerships with The Nook, Acorn and Associates, Empathy Sauce, and Sati.
Until November 1, 2020. ATT 19. To find out more, visit the Official Facebook Event Page.