This bar is located off Silom Soi 19. To get to the bar using the BTS Skytrain, travel to Surasak BTS Station, and use Exit 3. At street level, double back 180 degrees to your right, and walk 150 meters to Pramuan Road, then turn left. Proceed ahead 450 meters to Silom Road, then turn left. Walk 100 meters until you see a NaRaya shop on your left. Just past NaRaya, turn left into an access road (where red arrow is pointing):
Once you make this turn, if you look to the far end of the access road, you can actually see Nineteens Up (where the blue arrow is pointing in the photo below):
The bar is about a 70 meter walk from Silom Road.
Front view of main entrance:
Inside, the bar is very spacious. It has one video screen, showing sports, and two seven foot pool tables along one wall:
Ten draft beer taps are positioned at left rear of bar, as you enter:
Of the ten draft beers, half were Belgian beers, three others were imported Thai expatriate beers, plus they had two offering from Little Creatures, from Australia:
Behind the main bar, they have three full-length beverage coolers, with a small selection of bottled craft beers, plus some domestic (Thai and Lao) mass-consumption beers:
On top of the main bar, at far right, there was also a small beer cooler with a selection of imported bottled and canned craft beer:
As you enter the bar, there is a large raised bandstand on your right:
The evidently have live music every night except Sundays.
The right rear of the bar is a board games area:
A close-up show of the available games:
There is seating out in front of the bar, with overhead cover:
Back behind the bar, there is also an enclosed, open-air seating area with overhead cover:
At the far right side of the rear open-air section, there is a table tennis area:
All in all, this venue can seat more than 100 people, including both indoor and outdoor seating.
Nineteens Up has a kitchen, and they serve an extensive menu, including both Thai and Western food.
In the absence of live music, they played mostly contemporary Thai pop music, at subdued level.
Smoking only in outdoor areas. Limited parking is available along the access road to the bar.
Toilets are shared with other tenants of the retail strip. Exit the bar, and turn right – toilets are down a short walkway at the far end of the building:
There are separate men’s and women’s toilets – the men’s toilets were clean and well-maintained:
All-in-all, Nineteens Up is a venue focused on entertainment. It’s clientele appears to be heavily Thai. The craft beer selection was skewed toward Belgian beers, and they did not have any beers that were high on my list. But – it looks like it could be a lively place, on a good night.
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