Saxophone Pub, Bangkok
If you like jazz music you have to spend a night at this wonderful place .Saxophone is also a nice place for dinner(Thai food ),drinks, jazz /ska music, atmosphere & the building is great!.You can sit downstairs or upstairs (upstairs is much better for dinner) The prices are not really cheap but you get your beer in a great saxophone-beer-glass and good music.
2 years before I found Brick Bar on Kaosarn Road, this place used to be one of my fav.
Many good LIVE-bands play here, like now-famous "Crescendo", and the legendary "T-Bone."
Consider this place if you're looking for a light, relaxing night out....maybe a little dance....but don't expect such a drunk, crazy night...the people here are a bit timid ;)
Dress Code: Casual -- but no shorts and slippers
Another local jazz club in Bangkok that is well known amongst the expats and local alike.
Live jazz with great atmosphere. Food is mostly Thai and drinks start at approximately THB 120.00.
Dress Code: Casual, nothing special..
Visit Saxophone club som evening, when you are in Bangkok. You will get very good music , a very special atmosphere, and of course food and drinks as much as you want and can afford. Go there! Enjoy it!
Dress Code: No special
Good live music. On weekend nights they would hold blues jams that were amazing with lots of performers trading the spotlight. There was a tiny Asian blues singer who would belt out mindblowing vocals with great backup.
It starts out as a place to talk and listen to live music, but it gets louder as the evening progresses, and around midnight, it really starts to cook.
It is smokey and the Beer Singh flows well on draft.
The Saxophone club (note the spelling).
Saxaphones everywhere, walls, ceiling, even the beer mugs and cocktail stirrers are saxaphone shaped. Blues every night, and they do Great thai food for about £1 a dish.
Dress Code: None
I recommend The Saxophone pub- jazz pub and restaurant with good, lovely atmosphere and good live jazz song.
Dress Code: just wear something.. : )