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
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)
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
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 most popular of the big clubs/ chill out lounges in the metro manila area and is conveniently located in the huge resortsworld manila complex.
Dress Code: Smart Casual and no flip flops and shorts and tank tops allowed.
Harbour Square is a nice place to go in the evening with your family or loved one, friends or even by your lone self. The place has a big guarded parking space surrounded by trees decorated with lights. The ambience is festive, with an open court for al fresco dining and live entertainment, and an area for "tiangge" (bargain booths) for toys,hats,shorts,tshirts,etc. There is a wide genre of restaurants to choose from like Dencio's Grill, Shrimps Ahoy, Pancake House, Terriyaki Boy, Sarbucks Coffee, etc. The Baywalk is well lit, with security guards regularly on foot patrol and a marine patrol boat, giving a feeling of security to everyone.
At Harbour Square, you'll find the Manila Bay Dining Cruise docked just infront of Starbucks Coffee. You can go on a cruise for P250 only or if you'd like to opt to have dinner on board, the dining cruise will cost you only P495. Take the trip that will bring you to the Manila Bay by 7:30pm where an awesome firewirks display will surely make your cruise more memorable.
Dress Code: Casual wear
SM Mall Of Asia has become popular to locals and tourists not only for shopping with stress-free parking, but also for food trips, exercise and photo shoots at the San Miguel by the Bay at Seaside Blvd. San Miguel by the Bay is an open park with dining strip and fresh seafood market. It is a favorite place of people (especially lovers) waiting for the sunset at the breakwater, of photo hobbyists attempting to have a perfect shot of the golden sunset and other human interest subjects, of families bonding at the exercise & play area, of everyone just craving for fresh seafood, of Yuppies (young professionals) just wanting to unwind with beer or coffee after a hard day's work, of pet owners walking their pedigree dogs...the list can be milelong. I've even seen foreigners lay blankets as picnic mat at the cemented park, with their grocery foodcarts in tow, filled with snacks and drinks.
Dress Code: No special dress requirements. Come as you please.
Ocean Drive is the best place to be at dusk. You can walk along the Esplanade or along SM's Entertainment Mall. Sit in one of the cafes and enjoy the sunset.
But don't leave just yet when the sun finally sets. Have dinner in the restaurant row, and have a choice of many kinds of cuisine: Japanese, Chinese, American, Filipino. Enjoy the lights from the Bay.
For lovers of nice piano music, sing along. Meet stars from TV and entertainment scene, down to earth and nice people.
One of my favortie places I never forget to visit, whenever I am in the Philippines
Dress Code: Business suit, Barong or elegant casual recommended
not only has TGI Fridays have an extensive menu but also have an extensive cocktail list.
Dress Code: casual, no flip flops or slippers allowed
ne of the many bars and restaurants in the street scene of the fabulous newport city complex
Dress Code: smart casual