September 10, 2019

Fête Manila in Blue Leaf Cosmopolitan: A Modern Bar with Top of the Line Cocktails

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  • A modern cocktail bar situated within the premier events space of Blue Leaf Cosmopolitan, Fête Manila makes special moments even better with their impeccable service and top of the line cocktails.

    Perfect for parties or late night hangouts, the Blue Leaf Cosmopolitan brings us Fête Manila, in partnership with Pylon Partners—the same team that introduced Prisma in Boracay, Coco Bar in Coron, and Three Little Pigs in Kapitolyo.

    Fête Manila is the French term for celebration or festival, which makes sense since they are situated inside an events place, exuding both style and sophistication.

    The bar itself may seat only a few, making it more exclusive and intimate. Although it looks quite intimidating, Fête Manila gives off a very chill vibe with comfy couches and a few bar stools for good conversations over a glass of your favorite cocktails.

    Feeling a little adventurous? Try some of their fun drinks and ask for the bartender’s own signature cocktails or go classic with their Gin and Tonic (Php 220).

    Moreover, Fête Manila also provides amazing mobile bar services for any of the events in The Blue Leaf event spaces.

    Also read: Quezon City One-Day Guide: The Dream City of the North

    Ultimately, Fête Manila is the ideal place for great conversations paired with delectable drinks. 

    Also read: Prologue in Quezon City: A Cozy and Playful French-Asian Dining Destination

    How to get here

    • By car: From Quezon Memorial Circle, take the second exit onto Commonwealth Ave then take C.P. Garcia Ave to Katipunan Ave then C5. Continue on the ramp to Antipolo/Taytay/Cubao/Libis/Cainta/EDSA in Pasig from C-5 then make a U-turn at Ortigas Ave, then turn right on the first street. Fête Manila is located inside Blue Leaf Cosmopolitan.

    This first appeared in Philippine Primer’s Japanese and English Magazine September 2019 issue.
    Image courtesy of Fête Manila

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