Club Sibeeria: Be at the most happening parties at
This hip new club has attracted party-goers with their non-stop partying every weekend. Guest DJs from all over the Philippines' famous clubs and events organizers are invited to Club Sibeeria as hosts to the hottest parties in the city!
Dress Code: Be at your best casual chic/night time attire. Slippers, shorts(men) and sando(or sleeveless for men) are not allowed.
Sibeeria: Below Zero Beer
One of the newer night spots of Bacolod. It is a happening place on weekends. It is a bar which claim to fame is that they serve beer chilled to below zero temperature. There are lots of promotions on weekends and can be the place to see the party people of Bacolod.
Dress Code: No shorts, flipflops, slippers. no tank top for men.
The first thing that makes me check out a place is its eye catching design and relaxing ambiance. If it looks good - it probably tastes good. The place is PEPE's at Piazza Sorrento. My favorite resto! I recommend the pesto chicken and grilled shrimp salad! Yummmiiiiiiiii! Price is affordable, serving size is comensurate to the price. Its a happy place for me.
Dress Code: CasualRelated to:
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Offshore Bar: Live Acoustics
A quaint bar at Metrodome where they have live acoustic music. The ambiance is very laid back, very ideal if you want to spend the first part of your evening relaxing, drinking and talking with friends. The band that was playing when we were there was really good, not sure if they're an in-house band though.
For the adventurous, they have ABSINTHE ;)
oh, and they serve complimentary popcorn too :D
Dress Code: Refer to the usual Bacolod dress code thing. :)
This place is actually does not only provide live music but sing along and billiard games as well. If you prefer any of those interesting activities, then drop by at this place once you visit Bacolod. It wont be difficult to locate this place as most Bacolodons know where this place is.
Dress Code: Jeans and shirts will doRelated to:
Saltimboca Bar: Do it for the kids
Nestled along one of Lacson's side streets is Saltimboca. Its a small pension house with ok facilities and a bar. I first experience their night life when my dad was invited by a friend to watch their live concert featuring local talents. It was a charity concert for cancer kids who had financial problems and couldn't afford the expensive medication.
The ceiling was too low for me and I guess its not good for claustrophobic people. For the concert, they had a theater type set-up for the reserved chairs and then surrounding that were other low lounge tables and chairs. In my opinion though, the concert was not exactly for the young or young at heart.
I asked for the bar list and was disappointed by the limited drink selection. Not a place you would want to go to if you want nice drinks.
Dress Code: As usual, no dress code, but please read my other notes on dressing up here in Bacolod.
Gypsy Tea Room: Gypsy Nights at the
This quaint little night spot is located in a corner of Piazza Sorrento. It's ideal for small group gatherings where you can just talk and chill out. The place offers beer, cocktails and a number of appetizers. They also have shisha or hookah (P150/hour), card and palm reading, henna tattoo, permanent tattoo and the like. A place worth visiting for those nights where you just want to kick off your shoes and put your hair down.
Dress Code: No dress code.
Mu Shu: The most happening place in Bacolod
Mu Shu is an Asian restaurant during the day and up until around 10pm. This innocent place is turned into the ultimate party place at night. Tables and chairs are moved to the sides, a dj's table is put up and the center of the restaurant is converted into a dance floor. Parties don't end until the wee hours of the morning.
Dress Code: You wouldn't want to be caught dead wearing normal clothes while on a night out in Bacolod.
Goldenfield: Prepare to wiggle till sunrise!
This place is the nightly mecca of Bacolod's party animals. It is a complex where everything from McDonalds, to a Casino and hotels are located.
But what makes this place sizzle every night are the night places that will rock anyone's itchy feet to the floor. This entertainment complex houses different kinds like discos, restaurants, bars. But people wiggle it out till daylight in the areas of DISCO2000, Quorum and MO2.
During festivals, even the entrance which really is a parking lot on normal days becomes jammed with party people it becomes literally hard to move about!
Dress Code: Ahh this is where Bacolod stands tall! While those nightspots are not too picky on party gear (i went in my bermuda shorts), the locals would normally dress up for the "occassion". Girls come in their sexxxy minis and guys move about in their collared mucle shirts! Blacks and dark-blues abound!
While dress codes are lenient, Bacolod folks especially the younger set are apt to wear their latest so you might feel a bit uneasy coming to this place in your walking-shorts!
Its a party, a place to see and be seen, so wear to be in!!!Related to:
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Casino Filipino: Casino All Night Long
Casino Filipino is located inside the entertainment complex of Golden Fields.
With lady luck on your side, there are numerous slot machines and card games to choose from. Casino Filipino Bacolod is part of the casino chain operated by PAGCOR, the goverment own gambling firm.
On some nights, featured artists and singers from Manila perform inside the Casino.
For casino buff's, this casino got hotel facilities too, that you can stay overnight. Added bonus is you got free entrance to the casino, anytime of the day you wish.
Dress Code: Casual, no slippers please.Related to:
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Bascon Cafe: Secluded date
Its a small place where you can get good cakes, coffee or tea and privacy. Cozy ambiance.
Dress Code: Casual attire.
Right OnQ: Bring in a band
Once in a while my friends and I bring in a band and put up a show so we can raise money for charity.Related to:
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