We had a good time in club parao and cocomangas. Nice music and crowd. They have special offers for shots at 150 pesos a jug and good deals for cocktails. Dance on the white sand !!
Dress Code: beach wear is the best outfit for a night out =)
When alcohol prices have gone up..shenna's beer maintains the same price all day. @40p per bottle, you can go to sleep with a smile..if you had enough alcohol for the night, you can always try their shakes priced @70p and above. i love their mango shake.
Make your way through the palm trees and you will stumble from one bar-restaurant into another.
The pizza place at the corner of the bazaar has excellent food. Bit more expensive than others. Best deals are the "all you can eat" deals. Low price and oysters,clamps,BBQ,veggies,... a volonté!
Dress Code: whatever .... chuba.
Bolero Rum Bar (located between boat station 3 and the Tourist Centre serves tasty Mexican food, Spanish tapas dishes and western favourites (try the big fried breakfasts, rosti and sandwiches), as well as having a lively atmosphere at night.
As the name suggests, the emphasis is on rum, so don't leave without trying a shot of the local firewater, Tanduay Rhum!
Exit Bar is a new hangout, run by the likeable JoJo and Kevin. The bar itself is small, native style (bamboo and nipa) but often draws a nice crowd, particularly artistic and creative types. If you are visiting Boracay alone, this is a particularly good place to go to meet people, and drinks are inexpensive. The bar is located between Bom Bom Bar & Red Coconut.
Blue Mango (formerly Jazzed Up Cafe) opened on September 1st, and is the newest addition to Angol's bar & restaurant scene. It is imaginatively designed, with colourful murals on the walls and a roof deck overlooking the beach. The restaurant serves a variety of mango inspired treats, as well as traditional style dishes. This is a nice place to go for a sunset cocktail, rather than a late night party place.
Dress Code: Beachwear.
This is Pat's Creek bar, a nice spot to enjoy a few beers and a game of pool.
The bar itself is nicely decorated, though small, and there are cool driftwood tables outside next to the beach. The staff are friendly, and drinks are relatively inexpensive.
Pat's bar and next door Bom Bom Bar share a garden stage where you can enjoy live reggae and ethnic sounds as well as the occasional display of bongo drums and tribal music.
Dress Code: Beachwear
Rumba's is a small, modern place that serves really tasty English Pub style food, steaks, pies, sandwiches, curries, bar snacks and even pizza. Despite being relatively new, Rumba's is already very popular - there is a regular crowd of English, Aussies and Kiwis, amongst others. The music is laid back - rock classics etc - and so is the atmosphere. The friendly owners and staff will be sure to give you a warm Boracay welcome.
Happy hour is from 4-7pm.
Dress Code: Smart beachwear is fine.
Juice Bar is located on the corner of the Plazoleta (near station 2), home of most of the arts and crafts in Boracay. It's in a pretty busy area so there's always something going on, and it attracts a lively crowd.
The music at Juice is not always to my taste - they tend to play a lot of "R'n'B" but the decor is nice, there's a varied menu of cocktails, and the service is usually good. There are comfy cushions and beanbags outside to sit on, and a nice friendly mix of people.
Dress Code: Smart beach wear.
This is the bizzarely named beach bar attached to Nigi Nigi Nu Noos Resort, near boat station 2. The bar is very popular with expats and tourists alike, and has some of the friendliest bartenders around.
There is also a good restaurant there, serving a wide range of snacks and main courses. I highly recommend the fishfingers, Chicken Satay and the Chicken Mandarin.
Happy hour is from 5 - 7pm.
Dress Code: Beachwear.
Arguably Boracay's best nightspot, Summer Place is a large native style bar. It's open plan, and facing the beach - perfect for dancing in the sand on those full-moon nights. The bar attracts a friendly crowd of tourists, expats and locals, and the music varies, with a variety of events taking place there in high season. There's a good Mongolian BBQ available earlier in the evening but the real fun begins after midnight. Dance on the beach. Dance on the table. Anything goes!
Dress Code: Beachwear.
Named after it's owner, Jude, this place serves bistro style food and great pizzas and after dark there's usually a live DJ.
Hey Jude attracts a mixed crowd of Manila party people, tourists and expats. They play chilled music, and usually stay open pretty late.
Sunset is a good time to arrive - sit outside on the beach with a cocktail and watch the guys playing volleyball or frisbee.
During high season, Hey Jude is famous for it's beach parties and events, sponsored by the likes of Slinky and Big Fish, and resident DJs Surf and Manster play some of the best lounge and dance music in Boracay.
Dress Code: Dressy beachwear.
If you are tired or listening to the loud hip hop and R'n'B that seems to be the staple in Boracay, Bom Bom Bar is a refreshing alternative. The funky decor attracts an eclectic crowd of arty and musical people from all over the world. They play a mix of reggae and ethnic sounds, and have live music several times a week.
The bar itself is very small, but there is a large garden area with unusual chairs and tables made from driftwood. The disadvantage is that loud music from neighbouring bars can sometimes stop you enjoying the ambiance of the place, but it's still one of my favourite places to spend an evening.
Dress Code: Beachwear!
This gang of paddlers just got back, flush from their victory in the dragon boat race. They were juiced up and ready to dance and romance. Just another group of fun-seekers in Boracay
Dress Code: Take a look. Coat and Tie NOT required
this is the place to be for sunset happy hour. tastefully arranged tables with candles & super friendly service ( ask for nono, hes awesome ). they have a list of 10 different cocktails that each go for 30/35 pesos ( depending on seasons ). my favourites are the mai tai and caipirinha. you can also sit down on rooftop bar with a great view. i also recommend food at this place. they make great pasta and their speciality chicken fajitas is superb & reasonably priced. all the waiters and owner tess are superfriendly and will also help out with any requests.
Dress Code: no dresscode