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theCOMMONS Saladaeng: Community Center With Open Vibes & Great Food Vendors

theCOMMONS Saladaeng Is A Cozy Community Center With Great Food Vendors

In Thonglor, theCOMMONS remains of the best popular hangout spots in an increasingly trendy part of town. They’ve now opened a sister branch in the busy Sathorn area. Their open spaces and great food vendors makes it an awesome spot to hangout after work to avoid traffic or during the weekends if you live in the area.

Here’s what you’ll want to know before going.

What sort of food is available at theCOMMONS Saladaeng?

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theCOMMONS is famous for their specialized selection of food.

This means tons of authentic western food. This means New York-style pizza, Nashville-style fried chicken, Hawaiian poke bowls, and lobster rolls.

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They also offer plenty of delicious Eastern Asian food and Thai-fusion too. Expect Taiwanese hotpot with big flavours, dim sum, and many more.

As it is a great hangout spot, you bet there’s great wines, craft beers, and sake here to enjoy.

The full directory of vendors can be found here.

Why should I make this my new hangout spot?

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If the awesome selection of food isn’t enough to convince you, then perhaps their prime location and activities will help put the cherry on top.

It’s no secret that Bangkok rush hour is an absolute nightmare, especially in the Sathorn and Silom area. So if your office is in the area, theCOMMONS Saladaeng is an awesome place to eat food with friends and kill time until traffic dies down a bit.

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The live music by local musicians isn’t too shabby either.

There’s also always something happening. You can check their calendar here.

Is there parking available at theCOMMONS Saladaeng?

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There’s parking available on-site that’s free for the first 30 minutes if you get a stamp from one of the stalls inside.

If their lot is full, you can also park at nearby parking lots like The Quarter Hotel or U-Chu Liang Building.

The full details on available parking with costs can be found here.

But otherwise, the community center is a simple 10-minute walk away from BTS Saladaeng.

Make this community center your new hangout

theCOMMONS has a very unique vibe – classy but highly accessible. There’s nothing quite like it in Bangkok, so why not check it out and see if it’s for you or not?

For the sister branch in Thonglor, check out our article here. But if you’re looking for more on Silom and the area this community center sits in, check out our comprehensive guide to Silom.

Cover image adapted from: @thecommonssaladaeng via Instagram