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Good food...30, 000 + songs to choose from...I support this place because they are very charitable and help the handicapped (same owners of Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf ---they distribute sign language post cards)
Click this to read Therese J. Camet of the Manila Bulletin's article
Dress Code: Except for your birthday suit, you can come as you are ;D
Written Mar 6, 2007
Address: 3/L Greenbelt 3, Ayala Center Makati City
Their choices of live bands are fantabulous and though the dance floor is very, very small, you'll definitely have fun.
(I don't have night time pictures...what I only have are the ones during lunch time buffets)
Weekdays (Mondays to Thursdays) 9:30PM-2AM
Fridays to Sundays 9:30PM-4AM
Usually, these are the bands that play:
Guarana, Arriba!, Nuevo Ritmo among others
Dress Code: No dress code...okay, just don't go there naked, I guess ;p Still I believe that Smart Casual is the way to go
Updated Feb 19, 2007
Address: G/F Greenbelt 3
Phone: +63(2)-521 8097 (Malate office)
I suppose it's the same hard rock that everybody goes to at night time in any part of the worLd. well, the comparison (amongst the bars here)..is.. I find it a little sophisticated in terms of music. They won't bore you to death. Their performers are really good. The food, the ambience, the facilities.. the service.. they're all the same with the other nicey bars around. uhm.. they're selling haRDRadrock garments, too. For reasonable prices.. designed by some famous INternational artists.. like shakira..?
Dress Code: casual. just wear casual outfit. I think the staff will STOP you at the entrance if you're wearing something revealing that 'll make their bar appear like a hideout for prostitution...
Updated Mar 27, 2008
Went here with my work colleagues after an office party and we had a great time! If you are in the mood to dance and have fun, this is the place to be. They've got good current dancing music here.
Crowd is mostly of the younger set - the usual crowd you see in discos. Of course, expect the crowded room and loud music ambience.
However, we just found the seating areas not that well-maintained. When we arrived, the attendant showed us to an area that still had spills of some beverage on the floor and on the table. We are not meticulous about cleanliness in bars and we know that you are to spend most of the time dancing, anyway, but considering all that, the place still needs a bit of improvement on this area.
In general, though, I would still recommend this to those who would want to get down and boogie to the wee hours of the morning.
Written Dec 15, 2006
Address: 3/F Greenbelt 3
A hard rock like others seen (Kuala Lumpur, Singapore):
- Good live music (too noisy for me, I had to go to the smoking area)
- Good service, barmens
- Reasonable prices
- Working girls (fair)
... but nothing magic, no wooow
Dress Code: Casual
Written Jul 31, 2008
Address: Makati / Glorietta 3f (visible from outside)
In its latest incarnation, Tavern on the Square is still the place to listen to the music of the best bands in Philippines like Side-A, Retrospect, MYMP, Freestyle, Fat Session just to name a few. Its location makes it a good place to spend an idle night.
Tavern is closed for renovation right now and will resume serving the public on February 2007.
Dress Code: Casual
Updated Jan 23, 2007
Address: Level 2, Greenbelt 3, Ayala Center, Makati City
Phone: (02) 757-4484/757-4485.
The Red Box is a good place to give pent to your passion for singing. They have 41 rooms of different sizes. A small room can hold five to six guests, while the biggest room can fit 40 guests. According to the staff there are also two rooms, good for 25 guests, that have pool tables.
It is open daily from 12 noon to 3 a.m.
Dress Code: Casual
Updated Aug 1, 2008
Address: 3/F, Greenbelt 3, Ayala Center, Makati City
Phone: (02) 757-6188
If you can't do without night clubbing, there are lots of bars along Makati Avenue and Padre Bourgos.
Girlie bars, discos, shows, better ones lousy ones, cheap ones, expensive ones (and cheating is the rule in a few establishments)
Dress Code: mostly casual - to business (take off your necktie)
Written Aug 4, 2005
Address: Padre Bourgos and connecting streets
It is what it is - a cafe in a museum. Of course, as you would expect, the establishment has that exquisite modern design that complements the museum itself.
While Museum Cafe is already open before 7am daily, the best time to come over is still at night, after dinner. They got great drinks and appetizers - they really go well with lounging around with friends or a date. Try Rockstar, one of their original cocktails, and the seared tuna.
Dancing could probably be well in your agenda, too, as they have good club music.
Maybe you can even mingle and meet new friends. Tourists won't feel out of place here. The place has generally a cosmopolitan crowd.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: G/F Ayala Museum, Makati Ave cor Dela Rosa St
Phone: + 63 2 757 3000 / 6000
Manila/Makati has one of the best nightlife! The question my friends and I always ask ourselves is not "where are we going?" but rather "where do we begin?". And it's not "what time are we meeting?" but "when will the night end?"
Manila/Makati was home for me for a number of years and I fondly remember those nights spent going out, having fun, until the sun rises the next day!
When I visited back in 2002 and 2003, Makati and Manila still offers the best nightlife in that part of the world!
Great way to start is the Remedios Circle in Malate. Hop from one bar to the next. There is Havana, Cafe Adriatico, walk over to Fidel's, have tapas at Casa Armas. Sometimes, they close the street for a block party on weekends!
Back in Makati, there is Greenbelt 3, Makati Ave and Pasay Road, lined up with countless restaurants, bars.
Nightlife starts at midnight and ends until the sun rises the next day...I don't remember hearing a "last call for alcohol" last time I visited. I would surely hope not!
Written May 11, 2005
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