Tiger is a great place to dance, dance and keep dancing. Mixed crowd of tourists, expats, and locals. The place really gets going after midnite, and has great ventalation (doesn't get smoky) Really fun place. Skip the Banana Club, unless you like loud Techno and cigarette smoke.
With the combination of many small bar counters and music at the ground storey, and dancing floor on the second storey, Tiger Entertainment Bar Beer is simply the biggest bar in Patong or perhaps Phuket.
From good liqours, dance floor, music, live band with DJ to sexy local girls, one can see Caucasians, Asians and Blacks all flocking to this bar.
Tiger Entertainment Bar Beer
49 Bangla Road, Patong Beach
Kathu, Phuket Thailand 83150
Phone: (66) 076.345.112
Fax: (66) 076.292.888
Mobile: (66) 09.724.4840
Contact person: Khun Piya Isaramalai
Being typical Aussies that love people, eating/drinking, music and having a good time, we could not believe our good luck when we discovered the Two Black Sheep Pub & Restaurant in Patong! Without doubt, the best pub/bar we have been to in Phuket on 3 visits to this amazing place.
Aussie hosts, John & Debra & Rob were so hospitable and friendly and made us feel at home right away. The atmosphere is awesome - great people, great staff and amazing live music every night. Owner John is an accomplished Aussie muso himself, and you can just feel the laid back, good-time friendly vibes in this pub as soon as you walk in. John plays a few sets early in the evening and then the Thai band kicks in from about 10:00pm each night. They were absolutely fantastic, and the female singer (who doesnt start until around 11:00pm or so) is brilliant. The whole place rocks and every night we were there people were just all mingling together, singing, dancing and having a great time.
The staff were all fantastic - no bar girls or touts - just friendly, hard working Thais who quite obviously have picked up the Aussie humour generated by the management and many of the patrons.
Food and drink prices were very reasonable and the food was actually really good. Happy "hour" goes from about 10:00am to about 10:00pm (that's Thai time for you!).
What was also good was that Two Black Sheep isn't just an "Aussie" pub - it struck the right balance between local Thais, Aussies and other Western tourists, with the result being an ecclectic, fun, friendly and comfortable party atmosphere.
The operators of this bar should be very proud of what they have created. My hubby and I can't wait to get back to Phuket and pay all the great people at the Two Black Sheep another visit.
Dress Code: Casual - definitely.
A great English pub with huge servings of food and live music every night except Tuesdays and Thursdays. They have different drink specials depending on the day.
The Texas Megaburger needs to be seen to be believed, it's massive with two meat patties. I could only eat half of one. It is served with mushrooms, coleslaw, onion rings and chips as well! Our second visit had us try some other types of food and it was all pretty good. All the serves are huge!
The Thai rock band are great, even if they're not 100% sure of all the words. They really get the crowd participating and in a good mood.
There is so much going on at this pub every day and night of the week. There is a huge area for kids activities, quiz nights, roasts on Sundays etc. It really is well worth a visit.
Check the website for current details.
Dress Code: Dress is casual. No requirements.
If you choose to get away from the over-touristy activities in Patong Beach, then Phuket Town has a few places that are good nights out. Timber Hut and Jammin' are two such places.
The clientele is mostly locals. There is live music and a lively atmosphere.
Dress Code: casual.
Not sure where to go at night? Head down to Bangla Road even if you are not a night life person. Many tourists will flock here at night to chill out at the bars. Many restaurants and bars are located here and the adult night spot is located in the heart of Bangla Road.
Just stand on the street and you can see all the lady boys parading on stage with their sexy poses and exposing themselves. They will allow you to take pictures if you give them tips.
Friday nights are pretty good at the Watermark Restaurant/Bar/Lounge. Happy Hour(s) are 5.00pm - 7.00pm where you get 50 baht Heinekin Beer and two for one cocktails or mixed drinks. There is a Friday night tapas menu, which is great for snacks or a whole meal. Prices are around 125 baht per dish/serve.
If you wish to have a table for the evening, then be sure to arrive early (around 5.00pm). Tables will not be held in reserve on a Friday evening as people can get annoyed that there is an empty table when they want to sit down. There are lounges there, but I prefer to sit at a table as it's easier to eat.
The music is lively and enjoyable. A 10% service charge has been introduced, so be aware of that. I also advise that you check your bill as we've found many errors over the months.
You should also refer to my restaurant tip on Watermark for further information about the food.
Dress Code: Casual to dressy, depending on your mood.
PAtong beach there is a trip of bars on either side of a street that is blocked off for traffic.....music pumping, people dancing and drinking.....a great spot to have a good time and people watch.....some interesting couples (ie expats and thais) hanging about....and lots of opportunity to turn down the offeres of the friendly thia dancing boys and girls (a weird bit of an ego boost..hahaha).....party into all hours of the evening....
We only went one evening (late) and I think that is all you really need...unless this is your thing.
RA RA RA!
Dress Code: Anything.
This is the place to go to if you like heavy metal and heavy rock.
It's not my kind of music, but I don't mind listen to it now and then. And I always feel safe at these kind of places. Nobody tryes to get nasty - there are way too many big guys in black and leather there:-))
The bands playing while I was there was good, not too extreem for me. "Smily" the singer was partying togeter with us at some discos and "normal" bars too.
Even some sweeds, rockers on vacation, was allowed to play there.
(I was there -97)
Dress Code: Black, black, black, leather, leather..... nah!
Come as you are. But think if you are too dressed up you will feel a bit out.
Rock City on the beach Rd has closed down. However their second venue is still open on Rat-u-Thit Rd, near top end of Bangla Rd.
If you want a night out with loud live bands, this is the place to be.
We never ventured inside Rock City at night, bit to noisy, but the place was always full no matter what time we walked past.
Meals are reasonably priced and huge, the full menu is on their website.
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