Hit the gym, then the bar: Copper Bar opens inside urban sports center the Racquet Club

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Gin after gym, you say? We’re into it. We’ve all been there: soaked with post-workout sweat and craving a cold, refreshing cocktail.

No? Just us?

Well, if that is the kind of thing you’re into, then you’ll be glad to hear that Copper Bar opened just last month, inside urban sports club The Racquet Club, to offer just that: handcrafted cocktails targeted at patrons coming in post-workout. 

The bar is headed by award-winning Italian mixologist Fabio Brugnolaro, who formerly worked at the luxurious Vogue Lounge, a now-defunct bar on Mahanakhon Cube. 

Let’s get down to the drinks. Some of Brugnolaro’s signature concoctions here include his Alice in Wonderland (sweet vermouth, bourbon, vanilla, pimento liqueur, chocolate bitter and Angostura bitters, THB380), as well as the Fernie (fresh basil, gin chamomile liqueur, apple juice, Fernet-Branca, honey, celery bitter and egg whites, THB380). For something a bit more herbal and fruity, there’s the Spring Teen (vodka, fresh mangosteen, lime juice, rose syrup, lavender bitters and egg whites, THB340).

Copper Bar sits on the first floor of The Racquet Club on Soi Sukhumvit 49, and it’s best reached from BTS Phrom Phong.


Copper Bar is at 1/F, The Racquet Club, Soi Sukhumvit 49, Watthana, Bangkok
Open daily, 6pm-1am
Phone: +6683 072 2770
BTS: Phrom Phong


Read more of Coconuts Bangkok’s Food & Drink content here:

Genius Bar: Bangkok’s first bone broth cafe opens in Thonglor 

Serial Laughter: New cocktail bar on Soi 26 specializing in tropical-themed drinks 


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