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Booze Ban in Buriram in June?

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Rumours are  that you cannot buy alcoholic beverages  during the month of June. Is that right?

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In theory it ended yesterday.

https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1158793-list-of-thai-provinces-that-have-banned-alcohol-sales/

 

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Alcohol is for sale in normal stores that sell alcohol in Buriram during the normal hours. I'll check today to see if alcohol is sold at restaurants in Buriram with meals. 

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yes you can buy beer in any shop but cannot drink at a shop or restaurant i am in buriram

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Can buy everywhere since the first June. Macro, Big c, 7, mama's shop

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'Technically' the 'booze ban' is still in place in venues that are public (bars/restaurants etc) although purchasing booze in the major outlets (Makro/Big C/7-11 etc) is now allowed.

 

Btw, 'technically' has many meanings 🙃

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The "bad news" posted is in fact true according to Patrick Shoo who operates La Lom restaurant in Buriram. I miss having a cold beer with the Mexican meals served at London Steak or Harley Route 288.  I look forward to a Bloody Mary once again at Jimmy's Sports bar during a late breakfast. I will post when I know for sure the Buriram restaurants can once again serve alcohol. 

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14 hours ago, kamalabob2 said:

The "bad news" posted is in fact true according to Patrick Shoo who operates La Lom restaurant in Buriram. I miss having a cold beer with the Mexican meals served at London Steak or Harley Route 288.  I look forward to a Bloody Mary once again at Jimmy's Sports bar during a late breakfast. I will post when I know for sure the Buriram restaurants can once again serve alcohol. 

Somehow, I feel certain that the people and establishments you have mentioned will not be sharing the same 'confidence' as you exude on having their names mentioned on this very public forum.

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In my travels in Buriram, alcohol is NOT served in restaurants that I dine. In the future, when the Buriram Government allows, then and only then will alcohol be served. There might be rouge local (not expat owned) restaurants serving alcohol, but none that I have dined. 

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