The Philippines is not only known for its beautiful islands and historical places, hence, it is also known for its vibrant and cool hang out sites – may it be cafés, restaurants, or bars.
If you are looking for a place where you can experience it in summer, here are the top summer dens that you can visit in the Philippines!
Spoon Eat + Drink
Located in the heart of BF Homes in Paranaque, Spoon Eat + Drink is a restaurant that has that nature in the city vibe. This hipster, New York inspired restaurant serves mouth-watering food such as Osso Buco, Bacon-wrapped Vegetables, Eggplant Parmigiano, New York Dirty Rice, and many more that will surely keep you coming back for more. They also serve local beers if you want to have that chill hang out with your friends!
If you are looking for the best coffee in the Metro, then The Curator is your best bet. They don’t only serve the best hand-crafted coffee, but they also have a hidden speakeasy bar that makes the best cocktails from the finest ingredients at night.
Polilya is the place to be when you are looking for a serene, homey place where you can enjoy a drink or two – whether you’re with friends or a loved one. The place’s beautifully aesthetic design and cocktails infused with Engkanto Brewery’s local craft beer will make you prolong your stay in this place.
Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café
Being the second summer capital in the Philippines, Tagaytay City has a lot to offer every traveler and even residents from Tagaytay Highlands condominiums.
However, if you have always wanted to go to a bohemian-inspired place, then the search is over! Dreamland Arts & Crafts Café offers their visitors from all walks of life the ultimate hipster vibe! This place is packed with hundreds of dreamcatchers, art pieces, and hipster items made by local artists that anyone will fall in love with. They also serve homegrown comfort food, healthy coolers, and tasteful coffees at an affordable price!
Whether you are a local or a traveler here in the Philippines, experiencing these hang out places in the country is a must. Each site will definitely give you that unique feeling and will make your stay in the Philippines more worthwhile.
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Angelo Castelda works as a contributor for a news magazine in Asia. He loves to learn and understand diverse cultures and aims to share through his writing his experiences around the world.