Thonglor speakeasy celebrates 5th anniversary with new menu, guest bartender from Japan

A 2019 file photo of Hidetsugo Ueno, co-founder of Find the Locker Room, pours his signature drink. Photo: Chayanit Itthipongmaetee / Coconuts Bangkok
A 2019 file photo of Hidetsugo Ueno, co-founder of Find the Locker Room, pours his signature drink. Photo: Chayanit Itthipongmaetee / Coconuts Bangkok

Find The Locker Room, the Thonglor speakeasy that’s not so speakeasy anymore, will celebrate its fifth anniversary this weekend with the launch of a new menu and a guest shift by a Japanese cocktail master who is also one of the bar’s co-founders.

The frontman for Tokyo’s legendary Bar High Five, Hidetsugu Ueno, will take over Find The Locker Room this weekend for a 10-seat-per-day intimate cocktail session. 

The event will run from 3pm until 5pm on this Saturday and Sunday. For THB2,200 (US$60), guests will get four classic cocktails made by the master himself, along with the bar’s dim sum

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If you are unable to get a seat with Unno, you can still head over to Find the Locker Room anyway to try their new decade-inspired cocktail menu, “Time Capsule Volume 1” inspired by classics from the 60s to 80s. 

Advance booking is highly recommended via Line ID: @findthelockerroom.

Find the Locker Room is a cocktail bar situated behind a set of metal lockers inside a shophouse at sois Thonglor 14 and Sukhumvit 55. The bar opened in July 2017 and was co-founded by five “star-tenders”: Ueno, Colin Chia, Nick Wu, Chennarong “Janz” Bhumichitr, and Ronnaporn “Nueng” Kanivichaporn.

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