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The Filling station is a restaurant / pool hall. This is a pretty cool place if you just want to relax for the night or after the crazy nights of clubbing and you are drunk as heck, dont feel like going back to the hotel? might as well play some drunken 8 ball right?? Well if you have those nights you can do it here. it stays open pretty late, actually i dont know if it even closes. The place is pretty cool, it has alot of Hollywood memoribilia. Makes it seem like i am back home. The food isnt too bad here either. I actually only ate here once and i ordered the simple filipino breakfast tosilog. It was pretty good. Ive played billiards here a few times. I dont remember the actual hourly rate, but i do remember thinking damn this is pretty expensive. But im thinking i could be wrong. When i come here its usually one of those nights, where i have to stumble home after. Luckily i usually stay at the hotel right across the street.
Written Jun 11, 2005
Address: Filling Station on P. Burgos
You can stroll in this green oasis, dine in the posh restaurants, sip your favorite espresso, listen to acoustic music on weekend nights, watch your Hollywood blockblusters in its cineplex and shop in exclusive stores.
You can also seek solace in the Sto. Niño De Paz Chapel, known to Makati office workers as the Greenbelt chapel. The chapel is surrounded by a koi pond and tall trees.
A stone throw away is the Ayala Museum.
Updated Jun 3, 2005
Starting 2004, Makati would be holding a countdown every New Year's eve. There would be a concert featuring the country's top musical acts. At 12AM the next year, fireworks would be shot through the dark Makati city nightscape.
The only problem is that this year's top musical acts are alternative bands. They played "angstsy" music, hence the excitement for the New Year was quite dampenend by the music that supposedly should have increased the excitement.
All in all, however, it was fun!
Updated Jan 1, 2005
Address: Ayala cor Paseo De Roxas Avenues, Makati
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Written Nov 24, 2003
Address: American War Memorial, Makati
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Address: Ayala Center, Makati
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