The Dubliner: A Slice of Dublin Town in Bangkok
When The Dubliner was forced to close its doors recently due to redevelopment of the entire Washington Square region of Bangkok, plans were quickly set in motion to find another similar sized property in a nearby area. Patrons now only have to cross the street to Sukhumvit 33/1. The new Dubliner opened its doors very recently after a full renovation of the new property. Most of the artefacts customers knew and loved from the previous enterprise have been brought over, along with furniture, books and photos.
Words and photos by Paul Hutton, Bangkok Scene.
Manager Mick Talbot (above) in front of The Dubliner, which now bears the names of the four regions of Ireland.
Sasithorn “Gik” Thitithosporn (above) in the upstairs library of the new Dubliner.
“Fa” Nattakarn (above) ready to welcome customers at the brand new Dubliner
Manager Ornwarunkorn “Minny” Keawpeng (above)