Bar and Resto
SMOKE is strategically located near the iconic San Agustin Church of Paoay in Ilocos Norte, making every dining experience a classic one. With hearty smoked dishes, tender and flavorful to the last bite, surely SMOKE is one of the only few authentic American smokehouses that can compete with those even in Manila!
Tipple & Slaw in Bonifacio Global City birthed from a simple sandwich shop idea. However, when the owners saw their prospective space at The Forum, which only had one or two restaurants then, they thought that it would be better to go with a bar instead. They weren’t wrong about the decision, though, as it’s now one of the oldest (and still standing) restobars in BGC. Established in 2014, Tipple & Slaw boasts every comfort food that you can think of, perfectly paired with their long list of alcohols. The history of its name will spark your interest, too. “Tipple & Slaw” came from an old English name Tipple, which means drinking, and […]
An ultimate nightlife infused with the latest trends and technology under a sophisticated and luxurious vibe lies behind Xylo at the Palace as they bring the future and the parallel universe of clubbing right in front of your eyes! Located at the heart of The Palace, Xylo does not only boasts a luxurious clubbing space and drinks but as well as mouth-watering bar chows that will surely give a lingering taste on your craving taste buds.
Barrel, a humble 24/7 sports bar situated along the main street of the municipality of General Luna in Siargao, prides itself on having the famous burger in the island, and foreigners, even locals, are going crazy over it. The Jack Daniel’s Burger is just one of the dishes from the bar's simple and unpretentious menu that gives an unmistakable savor. It is a classic beef burger with cheese, lettuce, onions and tomatoes, topped with the their own-made Jack Daniel’s sauce. The fresh, thick patty and the distinct sauce are both homemade, which both tastes incredibly work wonders in one’s appetite.
Before, foodies in the Philippines would need to travel just to savor surely authentic food from different countries, but now they can experience it easily--all thanks to the never-ending openings of restaurants all over the metro offering various foreign cuisines. One such restaurant is the FatFook Kitchen in BGC, Taguig that only serves the best of Taiwanese food.
Nikkei Nama seeks to celebrate the food of both cultures, with ingredients that complement each other as if they were meant to be combined. And to give a new savor to Nikkei's frequent diners, Nikkei Nama is serving dishes one can only find in this branch--thanks to the collaborative effort of South American Chef Juan Barcos and Filipino Chef Richie Buenaventura.
At the end of the day, the objective must be to relieve one’s soul of workloads that, for sure, are stressing you out. Meet with friends, and get in some revelry are among the favorable ways to make it. Thinking of a new place for a perfect night-out? Visit the hip restaurant named Concepto, located along Manalac St. in Poblacion, Makati.
What happens when Max’s Restaurant’s classic flavors meet the modern taste of Kabisera? The newest neighborhood stop for Filipino cuisine located at the heart of Bonifacio Global City now opens it doors for everyone to experience the ultimate Pinoy hospitality. Formerly named as Kabisera, now Max’s Kabisera relaunched its brand on October 18, 2018 and is set to present itself as a more high-end version of a dining and social destination apart from its individual roots. It is a perfect place for people not only to dine, but also to have a drink or two.
Nomi Matcha now has Nomi, a modern Japanese bar covertly situated inside a modern Japanese cafe. Since it's hidden, you won't easily spot it inside Nomi--but if you're the curious type of diner who loves roaming around, you might just find yourself accidentally opening another door that's not a restroom, but actually a hidden bar.
A mature counterpart of 78-53-86 also known as the Whiteplains in Quezon City, 78-45-33 is a collaboration between the love for audio equipment and a concept of a Jazz bar. Back in 2017, owners Mr. Tonyboy De Leon and his cousin Mr. Jay Amante built what's like an extension of their living room or a bachelor pad with just an intention to listen to Mr. Tonyboy's collection of vinyl records.
Bodega Kitchen & Bar at Two Central is a restaurant and a drink stop with a coveted collection of bold signature cocktails. The restaurant also serves a taste of Filipino classics with an exciting twist here and there. Try their Drunken Chicken Wings and their Lechong Bagnet, while dining inside their hip and fun place, laden with things from the past.