Its a small bar near Baguio Session Road. People in Baguio love listening to cowboy music. Ang bands here play their original composed cowboy songs. This is a must see place. Food is good, failry cheap and they serve local beers. And the music is fantastic
Dress Code: Come as you are but if in cowboy outfit,,, better :)
For a twist, enjoy the activities offered at Burnham Park at night. Boating is more romantic and peaceful considering the lesser number of people plus the newly-installed colorful lighting around the park's lagoon. The cold breeze blowing tells you to row harder to beat it. Basically, it would be comfortably tolerable as long as there's an activity, so just keep on moving. Afterwards, take a walk around the park and have a break with that hot "balut" or "taho" (there are vendors around) - a satisfying treat to wrap up the night.
My 3 growing-up kids enjoyed this.
Dress Code: "Beat the cold" clothing needed.
Its full when we get here coz its weekend, usually people who love night life specially who love dancing will be here (students lounge) or some other clubs in this city. But this one is awesome even though its full you'll find the music tempting to dance, the drink is not that expensive and the atmosphere is okay not that smoky!. They also have clean bathroom in fairness!.
Dress Code: The place is cold but you dont need to wear jacket inside coz its warm!. So wear anything that u feel comfortable to dance with.
Session Road is the main avenue of the city and is its commercial center. Along the main street and sidestreets are numerous shops, restaurants, and billiard and duckpin bowling alleys. Session Road is also the place visited by foreign tourists who wish to enjoy the city's nightlife.
Dress Code: no sandles in some clubs
This is a fairly new place and is, to my opinion, the talk of the town. They opened last March 21 and they are, almost everyday, filled to the brim.
The people are raving about the bands, their pita pie and their very mouthwatering grilled and barbecued food.
(It's an up and down place and you can dance if you like)
Even with lots of clients, so far, their servers are very efficient and courteous.
If you're a beer drinker, then this is your haven too, because it's very affordable here.
Dress Code: Come as you are except in your birthday suit, or something super close to it.
(Website Description: Open Daily from 10:00AM to 12:00MN. Listen to live entertainment by an open fireplace)
After dinner you can unwind and have a night cap at The Piano Bar where you can listen to beautiful voices and good instrumentalists.
You can have dessert, drink coffee, drink wine or munch on finger foods while enjoying the performances of the artists.
Mode of payment:
Cash/Major credit cards
Dress Code: Since Baguio is almost always Spring Time weather, bring a parka or a cardigan. You can wear comfortable clothes, just don't go naked because it is a wholesome family bar.
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Enjoy wonderful music while drinking fresh juices, wine, coffee or tea and eating the creations of Chef Billy King.
It's a nice feeling to enter a beautiful place with angelic voices on the background. You can sit anywhere in the lobby or closer to them if you wish, or have a private moment in the balcony while listening to the live music.
Dress Code: Dress comfortably and warmly
When evening comes, the vendors will set up their "stalls" along the walkway of Session Road. They will just either lay down a plastic mat or set up a foldable table ... display their merchandise and start their selling business. You can find lots of girls' accessories : bracelets, chains, necklaces, earrings ....... cheap!
See additional pics on walkway stalls
Dress Code: Casual but could get chilly some nights ... bring a sweater
We arrived Baguio on a Saturday night and as Session Road is the "happening" street of Baguio, we decided to explore the Road. It was indeed the "happening" street - it was really crowded not only with people, traffic was heavy too. Most of the people there consists of students and youngsters - lots of merry making. While walking along the street towards the SM mall we noticed a big crowd at one corner of the street. We moved along with the crowd and from far we heard loud music .... an open air concert! Some of the onlookers even stood beyond the road, causing the heavy traffic. Some, to get a better view, went up to the overhead bridge to watch the concert.
See additional pic on open air concert.
Dress Code: Casual. Some nights could be chilly, bring a sweater
A place where you can first have nice dinner and have a drink or two afterwards without having to change venue. They have accoustic performance starting at 9 pm. Good food,appetizers and drinks at very reasonable price. Crowd is of the " not so young ".
Dress Code: Casual
it’s a grate place to be at night, party till 4 in the morning, things only start up at about 11 or so but its gets packed fast. Entrance is about 30 pesos but goes up the more people there are, there are loads of bars for every ones own taste, most are free to enter but they can charge you more as it get more busy, like buy a beer to enter or something. inside most alcoholic drinks are about 100 peso in most of the clubs.
Saturdays and Sundays are the most busy it seems because most of the students have leave then.
Its easy to find, Philippians are very helpful, and most taxi drivers know where it is. Or people who driving with the taxi everyone knows where it is.
Dress Code: doesnt have one it seems because my friend went in shorts and i went in my PJ'S lol, thats a long story
This road is one of the famous road in Baguio as it houses the bars, hotels and several thrift shops. We took anice walk in this road going back to our hotel from SM Baguio
Dress Code: Comfy clothes and a jacket