Dreamland Arts & Crafts Cafe in Tagaytay: Home of Comfort Favorites and Indie Masterpieces
Dreamland Arts & Crafts Cafe + Boutique, Bed & Breakfast houses a plethora of indie masterpieces from paintings, accessories, garments to dream catchers. It also a place where you can scour for the best comfort food in Tagaytay.
Inside, you will be transported to a psychedelic dimension of dreams and magic with each colorful corner having a story to tell.
Apart from the ample display of arts and crafts passionately done by their independent artists and crafters, Dreamland also has a cafe that serves comfort food, and nothing screams comfort like the cheesy and gooey goodness of Mac and Cheese (Php 189)!
Mac and Cheese (Php 189)
Partner it with their refreshing drink like the Strawberry Shake (Php 129), which will further accentuate the cool climate in Tagaytay. Take note that before dining in, you will have to pay a minimum consumable fee of Php 500.
Strawberry (Php 129)
You may opt to add more and just pay for additional balances at the counter. Meanwhile, if you did not reach the Php 500 minimum for food and drinks, you may use it to purchase items from the souvenir shop.
You can also catch some jamming sessions every now and then at the freedom stage when you dine in or if you want a romantic and scenic view while you eat, you may choose to dine at the rooftop.
Planning to spend a night or two in Tagaytay? Dreamland Arts & Crafts also has a Boutique, Bed & Breakfast where you can stay. What’s nice is their rooms come with eco-friendly toiletries!
How to get here
- By car: From Makati take the SLEX and take the Binan exit. From Binan exit, take the Nuvali Rd and continue to Laguna Blvd then turn right to Santa Rosa – Tagaytay Rd., continue straight till the intersection of Tagaytay Calamba Rd. Dreamland is located near Verazzia Hotel Coffee Shop.
- By public transport: From the Ayala triangle, take the Erjohn and Almark bus bound to Tagaytay and then get off at Olivarez Plaza. From there, you can ride a jeepney or a tricycle going to Tagaytay Calamba Rd., and then get off at Dreamland. It is located on the left side of the road.
This first appeared in Philippine Primer’s Japanese and English Magazine December 2019 issues.
Written by Denisse Tenorio