The District Boracay Offers Sumptuous Feasts In-House
Located at the heart of Station 2, The District is one of the top choices when it comes to accommodations in Boracay. With its luxurious rooms and sleek amenities, it’s no wonder tourists are inclined to book a room at the boutique hotel.
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But aside from top-notch personalized services and facilities catering to guests’ needs, The District also takes pride in serving delectable eats through its in-house restaurants House Brew, The Plenary, and Star Lounge.
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House Brew Café Offers Healthy Options on the Island
Located at the ground level of the resort, the House Brew Café specializes in coffees, pastries, and gelatos. At the same time, they are one of the few cafés on the island which serves healthy and vegetarian options.
The café may be smaller compared to its neighboring restaurants along Station 2’s beachfront but their food choices are extensive enough. House Brew offers breakfast staples such as toasts, eggs, salads, silogs (rice meals), and even pasta and Buddha bowls.
Avocado Toast (Php 200)
The restaurant also has a wide selection of drinks to choose from be it coffee, tea, smoothie, or fruit juices which can be enjoyed with their choices of cakes and pastries.
Hote Cafe Latte (Php 130) and Mocha Frappe (Php 165)
Red Velvet Cake
For those craving for a cold treat under the blazing summer heat should try the café’s tasty gelatos.
Chocolate Gelato and Strawberry Mousse (Php 200)
Staying true to their commitment to providing healthy food options on the island, some items on their menu are indicated as either vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, contains tree nuts, or keto-friendly.
House Brew Café is open from 7 a.m. to 12 a.m. daily.
The Plenary Reinvents Classic Filipino Dishes
Sporting a modern Scandinavian interior with touches of tropical elements and pops of the color blue, The Plenary is the best choice for those craving local Filipino dishes.
The restaurant reinvents favorite Filipino dishes from chips and dips, starters, salads, to vegetables, rice, and mains.
Crispy Binagoongan (Php 300)
The Plenary is open from 10 a.m. to 12 a.m. daily.
Star Lounge’s Happy Hours by the Beach
Star Lounge is probably the most popular among The District’s in-house restaurants as it doubles as a bar and events space.
The second floor of the lounge is open for breakfast from 6:30 am to 10:30 am daily. It serves choices of international and Filipino dishes perfect to start the day.
But the third floor, which also serves as the roof deck of the hotel, is where the happy hours on the island happen. The bar and events lounge serves specialty cocktails and local beers you can enjoy while enjoying the view of the white sand beach.
Liquid Sunshine (Php 250)
Boracay Island Tea (Php 250)
Pairing those drinks with their sumptuous steaks and appetizers is the best way to cap off the day.
Angus Beef Fillet (Php 1,050)
Grilled Vegetables Pizza (Php 280)
Star Lounge Roof Deck is open from 5 p.m. to 12 a.m.
The District is the hotel to be for those looking for a stay that wins not only in service and amenities but also in gastronomic offerings.
How to get here:
- The District Boracay is located along the stretch of Station 2.
- From Caticlan Airport, ride a van going to Caticlan Jetty Port. This will take you to Cagban Jetty Port. From there, ride a tricycle to The District Boracay.
- From Kalibo Airport, ride a van or bus going to Caticlan Jetty Port. From the port, get on a boat to Cagban Jetty Port. Alight at the port and ride a tricycle going to The District Boracay.