Makati area is one of those place for nightlife, Restaurants from local to International cuisine are there as well cafes and bars. We usually visit the Hard Rock Cafe everytime we're in Manila.
I like the Hard Rock Cafe lunch buffet daily from 11 a.m until 2pm, they have a wide selection of food from typical filipino, japanese, american and even european food for a very reasonable price, really cheap, eat all you can.
Dress Code: No special dress code. You can wear what you find nice and appropriate to the place.
New World HotelPasay Road, Makati CityTel. 811-6888;
1 Ayala Avenue (Intercontinental Hotel)Makati CityTel. 815-97-11 (loc. 877);
Shangri-la's EDSA Plaza Hotel1 Garden Way, Ortigas CenterMandaluyong CityTel. 633-88-88 (loc. 2603);
2 Pasay Road cor. Makati AvenueSan Lorenzo Village, Makati CityTel. 815-12-58 / 817-27-29;
Glorietta III Ayala CenterTel. 893-1836 ;
Makati Avenue cor. Ayala Avenue.Makati CityTel. 813-8888
Manila is a very lifely city and you will find that there is plenty to do in the evenings and nights. The tourist area of 'Malate' is always busy as well as the clubs and bars in 'Makati'. If you like live music performances: Manila is the place to be.
I was abolutely surprised by the number of venues that offered live performances. And there's plenty variety too. Whether you like jazz, rock, soul, country or any other type of music: you are likely to find a suitable spot. I enjoyed the nights out with my collegues and friends when we went to different clubs for performances of our favorite Filipino bands.
I loved the fact the the Filipinos consider food (munchies & snacks) part of a night out. There was no way we could go somewhere and just order drinks without something to to munch to go with it :-)
Dress Code: Basically dress as you like, but for the more international & trendy clubs you might feel more comfortabel if you'd dress the part.
This has so much to offer from eating to bars/clubs. all the time..
Great place to people watch and Girl watch... haha
Check it out..
Dress Code: Club chic.
There are a lot of bars and restos in Greenbelt 2 and 3 that offers live music like the Tavern, Mercks, Masas , etc....
Dress Code: No dress code.
Hip hop, house and whatever else gets you going. The drinks are cheap, the people are plenty and the music non-stop. What are you waiting for?
Dress Code: Nice clothes. No flip-flops.