This Disco Bar opened just opened recently when I was in Coron. The P100.00 entrance fee is consumable you can have 1 free beer of 1 glass of Vodka + sprite. I chose my favorite red horse beer of course. The place for me is cozy with nice crowd and more secure with friendly and helpful staff in navy hats. The disco music is current and it has a bar where you can order your favorite drink. I recommend this Disco bar to everyone because this is far better than the Hardrock disco. It is a little bit separated from the town center because you need to ride a tricycle for only 8 pesos but don’t worry about the ride going back because trikes will be there waiting for passengers at closing time.
Dress Code: casual
It is standard local Resto bar with a good promo price for their beer. You can have 3 bottles for only P100.00. Their Videoke(Karaoke with video) is located at the second floor. It is also a good place to sing if Raggs to riches is crowded. You can sing and drink nonstop not bothered about the price. They also have Pinili Souvenir shop at the ground level.
This bar is adjacent to Sea dive Resort. It is a place where one can just relax while watching other people playing billiards with a cold bottle of beer in your hand. The design of the bar is authentic with some old pictures, parts of hell diver Bomber planes and WWII pilot jackets on its walls. I am not sure if the things I saw that adorns the corners are parts of a ship wreck. The bar is not crowded so it is the place where you can have a good conversation with your friends while drinking.
Not much of night life in Coron...This is the restaurant/bar in Coron Village Lodge where we had drinks on our last night. They actually have quite a good selection of cocktails. They also have a very good margarita.
Their place is pretty interesting too with plenty of wooden decors and great lighting/chandeliers.
Dress Code: No dress code. Very informal.
Based on my recent trip there, Coron town proper (Poblacion) is beginning to have a nightlife. There are now at least a dozen restaurants where you can have a nice dinner. All of them serve beer, and most have bars manned by a competent barista who can make whatever mix yuo order. Most of the restaurants serve wine. A few even have a fair selection of decent wines.
There are also several karaoke bars and girlie bars, albeit of the low-end type.
For a place known for its marine attractions, Coron still lacks is a nice waterfront promenade that almost all Philippine coastal towns already have. It is a pity since it is blessed with a fantastic bay. Well I hope the local leaders there will have the vision to rectify this in the near future.
Coron is such a quiet laid back town that there's almost zero night life as far as we know two years ago. So when you want something to do at night, try their Maquinit Hot spring for a clean wholesome fun.
Just beware of the some portions in the lake as there are some slippery portions.
A good place for videoke enthusiasts. They have nice friendly staff and they said they have a good crowd. A big flat screen TV for Videoke is located at the center wall. Beer costs P40.00.