June 10, 2017

20:20 in Makati: Bar experience like no other

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  • 20:20 in Makati makes your bar experience more fun.

    Inside 20:20

    Located in La Fuerza Plaza along Chino Roces Avenue, this obscure and upscale bar called 20:20 caters to the upscale society with its “Old Americana meets Steapunk” feel. The place is popular to those who are into the nightlife scene as it invites international DJs every now and then to perform at this hole-in-the-wall bar spot in Makati.

    Curry Pizza (Php 495)

    20:20 Mule (Php 380)

    Going inside the 20:20 bar, you will get to see a exceptionally artistic industrial interiors, from its art-filled walls, to stylish lamp shades, and casual dining setup. 20:20 creates a bar experience that lets you in for a good time as you casually hangout and meet new friends as you jive along to the hottest beats played by the DJs.

    At the bar counter

    Red Sangria (Php 300)

    This urban-style hub also does not disappoint when it comes to their food and drinks. They have their own mixologist who concocts their flavorful beverages, best paired with their bar snacks such as pizza, chicken, and tacos to name a few.

    Pork Belly Tacos (Php 350)

    After visiting 20:20, make sure to visit its equally-famous sister club XX XX, just beside 20:20 which hosts events regularly. Visit the newest underground bar in Makati for a bar experience you’ve never had before.

                 
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