Lonestar is a gentlemens club in Cebu. Ladies are always welcomed if escorted. They have some of the best music a lot of good ole rock and roll and the best pub grub I have found in Cebu. The pizza is awesome. Drink prices are very good. An SMB will run you about 60 piso if you like harder stuff it is normally about 100 piso a drink. If you want to hear a song all you have to do is make a request with the waitress all the music are mp3's and the have about 30 gigs worth. I know I am one of the lucky ones who can go behind the bar and pick my own songs.
Dress Code: anything goes as long as you don't show up naked.
I went here on a saturday night, so they played mainly house music. Im not really into this type of music but it was cool cuz the atmosphere was great, the people were great and the drinks were cheap. what else can you ask for!!. I hear they play hip hop on fridays. I was told at the time that i was there, this is the best club in Cebu. It was the only club i went to so ill have to take their word for it. The Club isnt too big, the dance floor was packed and so was the bar. It was kinda hard to get drinks. There is an upstairs and a patio.
Dress Code: I dont think there is a dress code, its too hot to have one.
Tops is a great place to visit at night. It is up in the mountains and you can look out and have a great view of the City lights. It is a fun place to go hang out with your friends.
There is a place (I think) to buy snacks and drinks, but you are also allowed to bring your own.
Tops is quite inexpensive. There is a small fee which each person must pay. However, it was less than $2 U.S.
Dress Code: When you visit Tops wear long pants and take a jacket or sweatshirt. It can get freezing up there in the mountains, especially when you are coming from the heat and humidity of the City. Don't be caught off guard by the cold.
Bumped into this Family Restaurant with live band for a dinner visit. Food's very good. Very nice ambiance with native atmosphere.
Dress Code: Casual