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O’Shea’s Is Back In Business From Monday

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O'Shea's Is Back

O’Shea’s Irish Bar on Sukhumvit Soi 33/1 will be following in the footsteps of its neighbour The Royal Oak down the street which opened last Thursday with news it will be back in business from Monday 15th June.

With the curfew lifted from the Monday the bar will be open at 9am for breakfast through until midnight, which will let football fans catch a couple of live games from the English Premiership and some of that Rugby Union carry on.

My last visit to O’Shea’s was on St Paddys Day – the last night bars were open before the shutdown – and you can bet your left leg it will be the first I return to.

And yes, I’ll be scoffing Guinness stew and washing it down with a pint of water.



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The Robin Hood Returns

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The Robin Hood Returns

After sitting on the sidelines for a few weeks, The Robin Hood in Phrom Phong is back with us for food and soft drinks.

The RH will be open daily from 8am for their early bird breakfast, sorting you out with some brunch or lunch before dishing up an early dinner before shutting up shop at 5pm.

Why the 5pm close?

I haven’t got a clue but there must be a good reason for it… save on a second staff shift?

Whatever the reason, it matters not, they are open 8am until 5pm and there’s no booze.



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The Londoner Taking A Temporary Time Out

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The Londoner

With the BMA restrictions curbing closing times to 9pm and banning the sale of alcohol, times are tough out there and while many operators have chosen to close, others have attempted to keep at it and battle on.

Easier said than done which is why as the days and weeks pass more and more venues have pulled the pin and decided to shut up shop until the government restrictions are lifted.

This week, management at The Londoner has taken the decision to press the pause button too with the popular expat hangout taking a temporary time out from Tuesday 19th.

The current BMA order expires at 6am on Feb 1 but at this time it’s unknown what will happen then, or even before.

Will the order be extended? Relaxed? Lifted? We’ll need to wait and see.



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Shenanigans Temporarily Closed

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Shenanigans Temporarily Closed

Despite having the proper paperwork in place to remain open for food and non-alcoholic drink, Shenanigans over on Surawong Road in Patpong have taken the decision to shut down temporarily.

The bar was going to remain operational, however, other factors have knocked that plan on the head as the financial implications were just too much to make it work.

The bar will reopen as normal when the government order closing entertainment venues, that includes pubs, has been lifted.



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