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57 minutes ago, redwood1 said:

True....But you know its bad if a Mcdonalds does not even have enough business to pay a skeleton crew to pump out mostly pre-frozen food that has quite a big mark-up...

That's a particularly expensive location, dependent on pedestrians. Same w/ Starbucks on the next corner, which has stayed closed. But perhaps McDonald's is trying to attract the customers who formerly patronized the now-closed Burger Deleted on Beach Rd. This would accord with the Fixed Pie principle of TVF Economics.

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Most bars have more staff than customers, gogos probably 5-1. had a businessman sit beside me this winter in a gogo in pattaya, he commented on how can these bars stay open, no customers in most,

Great.    Did you notice I started this thread in the Pattaya Forum?

Well Hooters Pattaya was roasted by the expat community in Pattaya from the first day they opened and for years afterwards.......But Hooters just ignored all the zillions of negative expat posts and t

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14 hours ago, swissie said:

No. For pimping purposes I always wore my yellow Bikini.

Ever think about opening a bar you could call it the budgie smugglers inn . I’m trademarking that 

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On 10/27/2020 at 1:00 PM, chrisandsu said:

Ever think about opening a bar you could call it the budgie smugglers inn . I’m trademarking that 

Especially for the odd cock-or-two?

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37 minutes ago, TaaSaparot said:

Desperate times I guess?

 

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Do they have takeaway? Then I will come with a big bag. But I am afraid the bar will be filled with cheap Charlies already. 

 

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6 hours ago, Oldie said:

 

Do they have takeaway? Then I will come with a big bag. But I am afraid the bar will be filled with cheap Charlies already. 

 

The K ing's club on 3 road is the ex-Bliss

a BJ bar (Like Lolita's on the soi Chayapoon)

Usually you don't really go here to drink a beer

but i presume the promotion on the cheap beer

is a part of the package

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On 10/27/2020 at 7:00 AM, chrisandsu said:

Ever think about opening a bar you could call it the budgie smugglers inn . I’m trademarking that 

To open any kind of Bar in Pattaya is a bit "retro".

 

But Trademark it as fast as you can. Otherwise this Zuckerberg Guy will beat you to it, smelling an on-line-deal. Smuggling data across borders without having to wear a yellow Bikini. (He Trademarks everything except 4000 year old Egyptian Mummies).

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1 hour ago, kingofthemountain said:

The K ing's club on 3 road is the ex-Bliss

a BJ bar (Like Lolita's on the soi Chayapoon)

Usually you don't really go here to drink a beer

but i presume the promotion on the cheap beer

is a part of the package

Without knowing it you may have adressed a major Pattaya issue.

 

In spite of "oversupply-situations" (real estate, for examle), Thais hate to lower prices.

How is it with those "package-deals" at those places you described? (lowering prices, reflecting current circumstances)? Never mind the price of Beer.

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On 8/13/2019 at 3:08 PM, Ron jeremy said:

Most bars have more staff than customers, gogos probably 5-1.

had a businessman sit beside me this winter in a gogo in pattaya, he commented on how can these bars stay open, no customers in most, but they still remain open. I mentioned they are washing machines, he agreed. But buying a bar and living the dream has turned into a Stephen Deleted movie for most.

 

theres still 10s of millions missing from the hatton garden robbery and needs to be cleansed somewhere 555

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Maggs Restaurant Pattaya 
After many years of service, we are sad to announce that Magg’s last day open will be on Sunday 1st November. All food and beverages on the day will be half price, but some menu items will have limited availability as we look to run down stocks.

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2 hours ago, swissie said:

Without knowing it you may have adressed a major Pattaya issue.

 

In spite of "oversupply-situations" (real estate, for examle), Thais hate to lower prices.

How is it with those "package-deals" at those places you described? (lowering prices, reflecting current circumstances)? Never mind the price of Beer.

i presume the price of the main service hasn't been lowered

then probably the bar is trying to attract few customers inside with the

20 bahts beer advertising, when in fact you will probably have to pay

the 700 or 800 for the main service (I don't know the actual exact price)

and the 20 bahts for the beer 

(The girls hoping that the customer will pay with a 1000 bahts note and giving

the difference as a tip, like a lot do it anyway)

On a side note the girls in this club aren't the youngest nor the pretiest

however they perfectly know what they do and i have myself never been

disapointed by my few visits here

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37 minutes ago, kingofthemountain said:

i presume the price of the main service hasn't been lowered

then probably the bar is trying to attract few customers inside with the

20 bahts beer advertising, when in fact you will probably have to pay

the 700 or 800 for the main service (I don't know the actual exact price)

and the 20 bahts for the beer 

(The girls hoping that the customer will pay with a 1000 bahts note and giving

the difference as a tip, like a lot do it anyway)

On a side note the girls in this club aren't the youngest nor the pretiest

however they perfectly know what they do and i have myself never been

disapointed by my few visits here

Thanks. It depends where you go. Not much of a discount compared to pre-Covid.
I guess they are holding-up nicely "in the business" in spite of everything.

As opposed to regular folks in Pattaya that have to line up to some free food distribution outlets. Can happen if your not "in the business".

Same in Europe: If a lady is "in Buseness", hardly does she have to stand in a Food-Line.
In spite of everything.

Same same, everywhere.

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