Makati, which is the financial capital of the Philippines, features big shopping centers, tall skyscrapers, museums and historical landmarks. Once the sun set down, people strike the town to enjoy a booming Makati nightlife scene that provides something for everyone.
All-Night fun at Burgos Street
After the previous red light place of the Makati was gentrified in the 1990s, many of the disco and go-go bars moved to Burgos Street. This is the location to be if you are looking for all-night fun, as most of the establishments are open for about 24 hours a day. You will find everything restaurants and bars in Makati to more strange locations like Ringside Bar, which specs different kinds of boxing with guests acting as referees in the ring.
Another famous location is Burgos Street is Café Cubana Makati. This location is open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, so you can visit at any time to enjoy a range of Cuban food items such as arroz a la Cubana and tamales. You will also find a big drink menu, featuring every from cocktails to local and foreign beers, ensuring that there is something for every person to enjoy. The bar specs indoor seating and outdoor seating, so you can sit outside and people-watch when the weather is perfect, or go inside and chat with foreigners and locals.
The Greenbelt complex is a big shopping mall divided into 5 sections, complete with bars, Makati hotels, nightclubs and lounges. Greenbelt sections 2 through 5 each provide a distinct flair, and the full complex is a sight to view, so you may want to walk via each section before selecting a location to settle at.
Generally, spots open at 11:00 a.m., but you would not begin to view groups gather until about 5: p.m, and the fun continuous until 2:00 a.m. most establishments provide Hour from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m, where you can find discounted drinks and food.
The dress code for this place is not demanding. Casual attire is perfect, so this is a best location to visit if you want to enjoy yourself having to get too dressed up.
High-end bar experience
Visit the globe-famous Long Bar, placed at the Raffles Hotel Chain in the Ayala Center. This top-end bar provides standard food, but specializes in international cocktails and beer. If you are willing to overdo, try out Sling Cocktail, which was made at the actual Long Bar in Singapore, or go with the Manilla Sling, a tasty cocktail that is topped with golf leafs for a perfect look that complements its remarkable taste. This bar has a perfect informal dress code, so you will need to leave the shorts and flip-flops at your Makati hotel.
Placed on the Kalayan Avenue, this is to be frank is more of a restaurants than a bar. It is open from 9 am to 1 am. The bar is a style viking bar, which even has a little Viking boat hanging from the ceiling which is used. The food is best and bar itself gets full of activity with expat locals that are living in the place just after job around 7pm.
Manila, Philippines has 2 main areas when it comes to the popular “Girlie bars” scene, namely P.Burgo in Makati and the other in the global center, just off Roxas Boulevard. As we are family oriented website we do not go into deep detail, instead we just provide you an idea of where the average prices with very little reviews of some bars in each area.