Was Tinto on Soi 94 ever open for business?

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Was Tinto on Soi 94 ever open for business?

Post by Homer » Sat Jan 07, 2017 3:15 pm

I sort of remember seeing it open. Only thing I know for sure is they announced their opening night festivities on facebook. Passed by that afternoon, saw workers making ready. Then it rained, canceling the event. Last night I peaked in and saw large, closed boxes of wine bar equipment and piles of trash.

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Re: Was Tinto on Soi 94 ever open for business?

Post by Farang » Sat Jan 07, 2017 3:32 pm

I visited Tinto some days ago before the announcement of termination. Lovely Spanish tapas and some excellent wine.
Based on that solitary visit I feel we have lost much in Tinto closing.
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Re: Was Tinto on Soi 94 ever open for business?

Post by Big Boy » Thu Jan 12, 2017 9:31 pm

I've just walked past it. Still closed, but new signage saying Little Paris, So I guess it's about to rise from the ashes.
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