Patpong Road brings the risqué Red Light District of Southeast Asia to Miami Beach. Named after the actual street in Thailand, Patpong is situated above its mother restaurant Khong River House, directly off Lincoln Road. The “Bites” portion of the menu features refined Asian street food favorites from downstairs mother restaurant Khong River House. Late night snacks include Hot & Sticky Thai-Style Chicken Wings, Drunken Rice Noodles and Thai Doughnuts for that late night sweets fix. The cocktails portion of the menu is completely revamped, bringing back trendy drinks of the 90s with a tongue-in-cheek edge. Appropriately titled “Funky Cocktails We Love To Hate,” the list turns a classic Sloe Screw into A Long, Sloe, Comfortably Spicy Screw up Against a Wall by adding vodka, Southern Comfort, Genepy and chili syrup to the usual cocktail mix. Other plays include Long Thailand Iced Tea and a Screaming Orgasm, as well as “Fun Stuff” like housemade banana-infused Jameson and a new take on Patpong’s signature plastic bagged Laidee Drink. The Bangkok-inspired lounge is an intimate weekend destination for locals and those in-the-know seeking an alternative to the late night club scene. Whether you’re an “expat” or local tourist, Patpong Road is sure to cater to all your nightly needs. The door opens at 10pm; find the alley behind Khong and just follow the red light upstairs.