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The Fort Strip is a very busy spot at Fort Bonifacio, Global City, Philippines. There are a lot of clubs in the Strip, just go by each one and check the party scene. It is beside other great clubs like Jaipur or East of St. Louis, so people can easily club hop. The music gets cranked up and loud at around 11pm till sunrise. One club that I love is Embassy. Here is a quick review of this club listed below..
The clubscene: Sexy, Wild, Loud, Dancing, Smoking, Drinking
Drugscene: Low. Drug trade inside.. i heard. haha (I haven't actually seen)
Drinks: All sorts, from Alize to Zólensky Ice
MUsic: R&B, Hip-Hop, House, Trance, Dj, Clubmix
Days: Wildest at Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays (for regular clubscenes). Other events like Oktoberfest or Cuervo Nation depends on the scheduled day.
People: Mix of celebrities, Young socialites, Locals and Tourists
Age: 18 and above
Guys: A hotness..
Girls: A++ hotness..
(click pictures to see more photos)
Dress Code: Smart Casual, Casual, Trendy. No slippers or Undershirts.
Written Oct 14, 2007
Address: Fort Bonifacio, Global City, Philippines
When I came to the Philippines in 1973 the Calesa Bar at the Hyatt has been my favorite hang out at nighttime. This habbit has not changed for the past 30 years. Whenever I visit Manila Calesa is on schedule to meet old friends.
Excellent live bands and or piano music with my favorite local entertainers are on schedule every night.
Business men, journalists, singers, movie actors and actresses, name it- you meet them all and make friends.
Dress Code: Depending on the occassion. Business suit, or casual attire is welcome.
Sneakers, shorts or punk style would not be welcomed
Updated Feb 9, 2005
Address: Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City, Hyat Hotel
Great bar to have a Mojito and watch the world go by. An open air cafe that faces all the activity on Remedios Circle. Cafe Havana features a stylish cigar bar, great Cuban music, and best of all, a beautiful waitress that will show you a few Salsa moves.
Written Dec 4, 2007
Address: Manila, Remedios Circle
Wow, sexy male go-go dancers, load music, friendly crowd, and room to grove on the dance floor. The crowd was mixed- straight and other- very frendly/ no attitude. Being the only white boy in attendence, I was getting a lot of attention. Spent the night dancing w/ some local Filippino girls and a German girl or line dancing w/ the boys. The waiter (see photo) was great and kept the long island ice teas coming. Fun spot, even if you are a middle aged straight guy.
Dress Code: anything goes
Written Dec 4, 2007
Address: 1800 Marin Orasa St, Manila
This is a comedy bar but i will classify it as PG (Parental Guidance), since some of the comedy acts or jokes are for adults. They also sing songs, at times even with their audience.
Dress Code: anything, casual will do
Written Apr 22, 2008
Address: Wilson Street, cor Ortigas Ave. San Juan
Walking along the bay of Manila at night offers a few things for tourists. Besides having that cooling breeze come in from the bay, it's a great place to stroll from each open air restaurant for food, drinks, and great entertainment by the many bands that play along the walk.
Music ranges from disco to hip-hop; performed by local bands.
This is a great place to "people-watch" as it is a great attraction for the "out-of-towners".
On a side note, make sure you check out the restaurant that has wait-staff that is comprised of nothing more than "Little People". I apologize if I am PC-incorrect...no offense intended.
Pictures up comming!!!
Dress Code: Very casual...although I wouldn't wear speedos or a tank...you have to have SOME standards.
Updated Mar 13, 2007
19 East is located along the east service road near Sucat, Paranaque. As the name suggests, it is 19 kilometers from the center of Manila, which I believe is the Rizal Monument. It's an easy 20 minute drive from Makati. Their happy hour is from 6 to 9 pm and their feautured happy hour singer or band starts playing at around 6:30.
Where in the world can you drink all the beer you can for 3 hours for a measly P150, approximately $3.00?
Mind you this is not a sleazy and cheap joint. I believe that this place has the best sound system in Metro Manila and the main bands that play after happy hour are the best that the country can offer. So what are you waiting for, drink up dude!
Dress Code: No sandals and sleeveless shirts.
Written Apr 5, 2006
Address: Kilometer 19, East Service Road, Muntinlupa
This was a cool little bar that we had our First Class Association Party at. We all sat around drinking for free for about 5 hours before we went out that night. During the day it's a regular bar. At night it picks up a little bit. They had a singer and guitar player for entertainment. They were a pretty good duo.
Written Sep 7, 2005
The bar is large and spacious inside, with a lounge area for a relaxing drink to enjoy some warm friendly hospitality from the GROís. There is an area for pool and even darts. The bar has some teams in local leagues that ex-pats and visitors are always made welcome to play a game or two, over an ice- cold beer or three!
There is a stage with some dancers and even a go-go type cage for the girls to dance their socks off in. Prices, here as in most local bars away from the tourist orientated Fields Ave, are far less expensive, and that helps those on a budget.
Local Drinks at the Pink Pussycat are P20 (only!) whilst a ladies drink is P80. They are open from 10am through until 1am and have a happy hour from 10am through until 8pm.
Written Nov 22, 2004
Address: 592 B & C Don Juico Ave Angeles City
Inside there is a stage with upwards of 25 girls now employed and dancing their socks off -- the atmosphere here is generally great with some nice staff, including Yolie and Jasmine behind the bar and believe me guy's you will not find a better looking D.J anywhere in the Philippines than Marianne :-). The music is good with the right mixture of oldies Rock n' Roll and Disco stuff mostly supplied by myself! There are video screens showing "Mr. Bean" and various entertaining tapes such as a Motorcycle Crash Tape which appears to be popular.
There is a pool table within as well. The location is perfect, next to three or four Hotels in Malabinias Road
Written Nov 22, 2004
Address: Malabinias Road, Angeles City
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