Nightclubs and bars in Pasay City

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    The Roadhouse Grill Manila: The Real Home of Rock Music in Manila

    by machomikemd Written Dec 17, 2014

    the Hard Rock Cafe might have a franchise store in the Philippines in Makati City but the nightly gigs here are hardly Har Rock at All as most bands perform R & B and Hip Hop Music, If you want to savor authentic Hard Rock, Grunge, Metal, Blues and Reggae Music played by famous local Indie Bands, then head to the Roadhouse Grill Manila! it is located along SM By The Bay area near the Large Ferris Wheel. They opened in 2011 and since then is packing the crowds of both locals and foreign expatriates with their american grill menus (like humoungous burgers, tacos, chicken wings) various local and international beers, live music and biker rock culture.

    They have nightly gigs of famous Indie Bands, both foreign and local starting from 8:30 pm to 3:00 am everyday and a cover charge of 150 Pesos (consumable) is charged for the performance).

    opens: 4:00 pm to 3:00 am everyday

    Dress Code: casual, you can even come in flip flops if you like.

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    Coal Resto Bar: Loud Music and Dance Spot at CCP Complex

    by machomikemd Written Dec 11, 2014

    Coal Restobar is one of the famous Nitespots along the Harbor Square in CCP Complex area beside Manila Bay in Pasay City and it offers an all night party atmosphere complete with loud music, lively DJ's, a separate Dining Area and KTV Room and a Dance Floor.

    Opens: 3:00 PM to 5:00 am everyday

    Dress Code: casual

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    Bar 360: Main Bar in Resorts World Manila Casino

    by machomikemd Written Nov 7, 2014

    the Casino Area of Resorts World Manila is a two storey area occupying the central part of the Complex and it has two Bars in it, the Bar 180 in the second floor and the Bar 360 in the First Floor that both offers live bands galore and amazing acts by skilled musicians and peformance actors who do the musing and various gigs atop the Tables (also an impromptu Stage) of the Bars and in Bar 360 offers a 360 degree view from around the casino. Photo Taking here is not allowed but i managed to smuggle a few shots he he. although Bar 360 is open from 4:00 pm to 5:00 am the next day, they also have various performances the whole 13 hours of various singing gigs and acrobatic ang magical acts and all have no cover charge for the casino patrons.

    They have an extensive selection of Drinks ranging from Mocktails to the Regular Cocktail Drinks, assorted local and international Beers, Liqours such as Vodka or Whisky or Brandy or wines by the glass or bottle and various Bar Chows (but also higher prices as this is a casino after all). local beers cost 120 pesos an order, imported beers from 200 pesos and up, mocktails at 200 pesos and up and assorted cocktails at 250 pesos and up. bar chow cost 220 pesos and up.

    The 360 bar has a seating capacity of 200.

    according to their website:

    Party with your circle of friends under the vibrant neon lights of Bar 360. Chill out, dance and jam with the band in this casual but stylish hotspot. Bar 360 is the entertainment hub of the casino, with acrobatic acts from Russia, Belarus, and the Ukraine, as well as world-class singers and bands performing live on stage. Whether you’re here to listen to good music, join one of the special events hosted at the venue, or just enjoy your favorite drinks, Bar 360’s intoxicatingly happy ambiance will always put you in a pleasant mood.

    Dress Code: vary casual, you can come in flip flops or shots if you want.

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    Gweilo's: Nitespot at the Back Area of SM Mall of Asia

    by machomikemd Written Aug 20, 2014

    the Back Area of the SM Mall Of Asia Complex, facing the Manila Bay and beside the San Miguel By The Bay Promenade is the beehive of activity of which there are live bands galore during weekends and one of the most popular bars here beside's Dencio's Grill is Gweilo's Bar and Restaurant. The Bas cum Resto is plain looking and rather shabby interiors but it's outside Al Fresco Area is packed with people as it is just in front of the makeshift Stage where the live bands perform from friday to sunday nights from 8:00 pm to 1:00 am. they have many kinds of bar chows which are mostly local like sizzling sisig, calamares, pork barbecue, beef salpicao and a lot more. they have mostly local beers and an assortment of cocktail drinks and alco pops that cost 70 pesos per bottle for the drinks and 60 pesos for the alco pops and 140 pesos and up for the cocktails.

    Opens: 10:00 am to 1:00 am weekends and up to 11:00 am during weekdays

    Dress Code: casual

    inside menu outside with live band brewskie bar chow
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    Club Republiq: Number One Club Scene in Manila

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 19, 2014

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    the most popular of the big clubs/ chill out lounges in the metro manila area and is conveniently located in the huge resortsworld manila complex. They also owned the Cafe Republiq beside it. The Club Republiq. The Dance Club is composed of the Main Club and a separate private club called Cabanas where rich dude can have their private rave parties. Entrance to the Club is 500 pesos per person which includes two free drinks. you can also order assorted bar chows, meals, beers, liqours and cocktails in the club but prepare to just literally stand as if you go here late, you could not have tables and chairs as this place is SRO starting at 11:00 pm. They play various lounge, chill out, hip hop, house, trance, rave dance mixes and at times have famous international guest DJ's like DJ Tiesto.

    Hours

    Wed: 9:30 pm - 5:30 am

    Fri - Sat: 9:30 pm - 5:30 am

    according to their website:

    Located at Resorts World Manila, the premiere entertainment and gaming complex in the Philippines, REPUBLIQ CLUB is the number one nightlife destination in the country. With over thirteen thousand square feet of clubbing space, REPUBLIQ is one of the biggest dance clubs in Asia. Adorned with the most luxurious of furnishings and décor along with the latest sound, lighting and visual technology, REPUBLIQ promises its patrons a true world-class clubbing experience

    Dress Code: Smart Casual and no flip flops and shorts and tank tops allowed.

    the club inside the gang ok lively
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    Cafe Republiq: nice to lounge around

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 19, 2014

    one of the many bars and restaurants in the street scene of the fabulous newport city complex.

    Republiq Cafe is owned by the owners of the most popular Club Lounge in the Metro Manila Area, the Republiq, which is just beside the Cafe. The Cafe is the perfect place to have a pre part dinner or a late night food crawl after a night of partying at the Lounge as it is open up to 6:00 am the following day. The Cafe has a selection of international dishes and some bar chows too if you want to have some drinks before entering the Republiq Club. They have both local and international beers and cost 120 pesos per bottle for the local ones and 180 pesos or more for the international brands. they also have a long list of cocktail drinks that cost 200 pesos or more per glass.

    Operating Hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs and Sat: 11AM to 12MN
    Wed, Fri and Sun: 11AM to 6AM

    Dress Code: smart casual

    the bar inside menu beer nachos
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    TGI Fridays SM Mall of Asia: One of my Fave Bars

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 19, 2014

    not only has TGI Fridays have an extensive menu but also have an extensive cocktail list an this is one of the nitespots along the back area of the SM Mall of Asia Facing San Miguel By The Bay and The Manila Bay . They have several Branches of TGI Fridays along the Metro Manila Area.

    TGI Fridays has separate areas for dining and some drinking action (they also have a separate enclosed smoking area). this tip will be at the Bar area of the restaurant. The Bar area is located in the huge complex and is near the entrance, the ambiance here is more mature but you have the same menu and drink lists as in the main dining area but they have a big bar where there are lcd screens playing various sports channels.

    They have an extensive collection of Cocktails and beers and the selections are similar in the US Mainland but the prices are slighly cheaper here. A Big Glass of my favorite Ultimate Long Island Iced Tea Cocktail will cost 295 pesos, regular glass will be 180 pesos. Other cocktails like pina colada at 190 pesos for a regular glass and 300 pesos for an ulitmate glass. Local Beers costs 100 pesos an order and foreign beers at 180 pesos and up.

    Opens: 10:00 am to 1:00 am on weekends
    10:00 am to 12:00 pm on weekdays

    according to their website

    TGIFridays is popular American restaurant chain focusing on casual dining, usually of the typical american huge servings,with over 500 restaurants across the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia and the UK, as well as many other countries around the world including here in the philippines. The name is taken from the expression "TGIF", or "Thank God It's Friday." The restaurant chain is known for its appearance, with red-striped canopies, brass railings, Tiffany lamps, and frequent use of antiques as decor. It has a large menu with an emphasis on alcoholic beverages. A section of their menu is dedicated to the "Jack Daniel's Grill", a selection of items flavored with a special Jack Daniel's sauce.

    Dress Code: casual, no flip flops or slippers allowed

    welcome bar menu cuba libre tgif supreme long island iced tea cocktail
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    The Great Room: Fabulous Place to Hang Out in Marriot Hotel Manila

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 18, 2014

    the main bar of mariott hotel in manila is the Great Room. Located just beside the check in Area in the Lobby of the Hotel. The Great Room serves a large selection of Ala Carte Meals and Bar Chow and also the accompanying large selection of international wines by the glass or liqours, both local and international beers and alco pops and cocktails. they also have the nightly live band performance starting at 8:00 pm up to 1:00 am everyday with no cover charge. This place is just before the Luxe Cru Steakhouse.

    Bar chows here starts at 280 pesos or more per order, local beers at 180 pesos a bottle international beers at 280 pesos a bottle or more. cocktails at 350 pesos or more a glass and alco pops at 250 pesos a bottle.

    Opens: 11:00 am to 1:00 am everyday

    Dress Code: smart casual

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    Hanging Out at SM MOA: SM Mall of Asia By Night

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 18, 2014

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    night views around SM Mall of Asia.

    there are lots of actitivitie to do around the SM Mall of Asia Complex and the Nearby San Miguel By The Bay part of the Area and facing the Sea Side of the Mall are various restaurants that double as party places at night and also lots of bars and lounges that one literally can take a pick on where to hangout and have a brewskie or two with friends or significant others and even dates.

    some of bars here include Centerstage KTV, Hooters, TGI Friday's, Gweilos, Gerry's Grill, Marina, Bollywood and a lot more.

    most of the nitespots are open from 11:00 am to 1:00 am everyday

    Dress Code: casual

    facade inside the globe at steakhouse bar
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    The Pier: Famous Nitespot in CCP Complex (2)

    by machomikemd Written Aug 7, 2014

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    part two of my tips with more pictures of the drinks and cocktails and craft beers.

    among the Restaurant and Bars along the Boom Na Boom Complex in the CCP area of Pasay City sits The Pier, it is the remodeled restobar formerly called Pier One and is a favorite hangout of the habitues of Manila and Pasay City. This place offers lunch and dinner buffets and also local and international dishes and also doubles as a favorite hangout place as they have live bands and night and they have a large selection of cocktail drinks ranging from 160 pesos and up per glass and also besides the various local and international beers, they also offer local and international craft beers that cost higher than the regular beers (about 50 to 100 pesos more). You can also order ala carte meals besides the regular lunch and dinner buffets.

    Opens: 11:00 am to 1:00 am everyday

    no cover charge for the live bands

    Dress Code: casual

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    The Pier: Famous Nitespot in CCP Complex (1)

    by machomikemd Written Aug 7, 2014

    among the Restaurant and Bars along the Boom Na Boom Complex in the CCP area of Pasay City sits The Pier, it is the remodeled restobar formerly called Pier One and is a favorite hangout of the habitues of Manila and Pasay City. This place offers lunch and dinner buffets and also local and international dishes and also doubles as a favorite hangout place as they have live bands and night and they have a large selection of cocktail drinks ranging from 160 pesos and up per glass and also besides the various local and international beers, they also offer local and international craft beers that cost higher than the regular beers (about 50 to 100 pesos more). You can also order ala carte meals besides the regular lunch and dinner buffets.

    Opens: 11:00 am to 1:00 am everyday

    no cover charge for the live bands

    Dress Code: casual

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    Hooters: HOOTERS!

    by machomikemd Updated Nov 6, 2013

    finally the famous Hooters Chain is now in Manila since 2009. they recently expanded to Makati City, which is now their second branch.

    Hooters is a chain of Restaurants cum bars that started in Clearwater Florida in 1983 and the main draw here is the fabulous Hooter Girls and the world famous chicken wings. The hooter girls greet guests if they are celebrating their birthday at hooters and also dance around the restaurant. they have an extensive collection of international beers and cocktails and prices range from 180 to 300 pesos for the international beers like beck's or corona or heineken and cocktails start from 250 to 450 pesos, ranging from mojitos, tequila sunrise, zombie, tom collins, cosmolopitan and more.

    opens: 11:00 am to 12:00 am everyday

    Dress Code: smart casual, no flip flops allowed

    with my friends have a beer the bar with hooters girl kanpai
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    the main casino draw in the Metro: Resorts World Casino

    by machomikemd Updated Jul 2, 2011

    the largest vegas style casino at the philippines at the moment and the Resorts World Manila Casino and it beats the state owned PAGCOR in sheer entertainement and style since the PAGCOR Casinos are drab and has less freebies for regular gamblers hehehe. The Resorts World Casino has 3 levels of Gaming floors for all kind of gamblers (a total of 30,000 square meters) and they also have separate closed rooms for high limit and big roller patrons which are mostly the wealthy locals or the Chinese, Korean and Japanese Tourists. There is no entrance fees nor show money needed to enter it but be ready to present an ID if you look younger than 21 years old. The 3 levels of casino has about 1,000 plus slot machines and 300 kinds of gaming tables from Big and Small to Poker to Texas Hold Em, Black Jack or Baccarat or more (they don't have keno or pai gow or spanish 21 here ok) and the minimum bets are 100 pesos for the regular tables to 250 pesos for the black jack and baccarat and 500 pesos or more on the higher limit tables.

    Dress Code: smart casual, no slippers or halter tops allowed and absolutely no picture taking or video takin inside (unless you have a hidden phone camera with you hehehe)

    to casino entrance inside me inside entrance
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    Mr Kurosawa: Fusion Japanese Resto cum Bar

    by machomikemd Updated Jul 2, 2011

    this is one of the more famous japanese fusion restaurants in the metropolitan manila area and is owned by a famous philippine actor named Marvin Agustin and is one of the famous Nite spots in the Newport City Mall area and is a stragetic area for people watching specially the pretty young things going into or out of the Republique Club which is just beside it. They have assorted japanese fusion meals like the crazy maki or the octopus sushi and th regular japanese food like the beef yakiniku at 240 pesos an order or the wagyu beef steak at 4 ounces at 1,100 pesos plus they serve really cheap beers at only 40 pesos per bottle of San Miguel Beer and the Cocktails like the Mai Tai or Zombie or Tequila Sunrise at only 120 t0 180 pesos per glass.

    Dress Code: casual

    Operating Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday 11:00am to 11:00pm
    Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 11:00am to 3:00am

    front cocktail menu beef wagyu yakiniku tequila sunrise mai tai
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    KAOS: Las Vegas Meets Pasay

    by machomikemd Updated Jul 2, 2011

    boasting of a world class las vegas style theater production in the main Casino Niteout of Manila is resorts world, it is a 90 minute play about a lonely prince quest to find a princess for a bride in the future with dazzling acrobatic displays and over the top productions and a real live white tiger! truly, las vegas type of entertainment has come to manila and one must fork out 1,650 pesos a ticket to watch this majestic play. The play is located in the Newport theater at the fourth floow of the Newport City Mall Complex in Pasay City is connected to the Resorts World Complex.

    Dress Code: smart casual, no photos or videos allowed inside

    opens: 2:00pm to 8:00pm everyday

    the play ticket to the play the theater no pictures allowed inside
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