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MANILA NIGHTLIFE - MANILA BARS & CLUBS

Manila NightlifeManila Nightlife - One of the most famous things about Manila is the lively Minila nightlife. There are several bars and clubs, some of which have themes. These venues line the city with brilliant neon lights after dark, highlighting the fact that Manilenos both work hard and play hard. Here is a short list of the most popular bars and clubs in the center on Minila city:

Conway's Bar - Where yuppies and expats converge.
Ayala Avenue
(Second level, Makati Shangri-La Hotel, Ayala Center)
Manila 1224
Tel No. 840 0884

Grilla - A bar/steakhouse that promises to give you a feast fit for a gorilla.
E. Rodriguez Jr. Avenue Acropolis Subdivision, Libis,
Quezon City Manila 1110
Tel No. 632 9691

Hobbit House - A small bar/restaurant that has a Lord of the Rings theme. There are many short people among the service crew.
1801 A. Mabini St (Malate)
Manila 1004
Tel No. 521 7604

Jazz Rhythms - Great food with contemporary local jazz artists providing for the music.
126 Jupiter Street Bel Air,
Makati City Manila 1209
Tel No. 896 5232

Katips - A melting pot of different cuisines for you to try.
209 Katipunan Avenue Blue Ridge,
Quezon City Manila 1109
Tel No. 2 437 2810

Library - A bar with karaoke services and reasonably priced food.
1779 M Adriatico St (Malate)
Manila 1004
Tel No. 522 2484

Tequila Joe's Bar and Restaurant - Tequila Joe's serves Mexican and American cuisine and is one of the most popular local hangouts.
Ayala Avenue (Ground level, Glorietta 4, Ayala Center)
Manila 1224
Tel No. 729 6319

Verukha - This is a bar known for serving many different varieties of drinks.
1719 Jorge Bocobo Street Malate
Manila 1004
Tel No. 524 7468

Manila City offers many interesting sights for tourists. The Rizal Park, which was built in honor of the Philippines' national hero, features miniature Chinese and Japanese gardens. The park is also the ideal place to view the spectacular and internationally renowned Manila Bay sunset. Aside from Rizal Park, there are also places of historical and religious significance such as the San Agustin church, Manila Cathedral, Fort Santiago and the old Walls of Intramuros.

 

There is an evident mix of the old and the new in terms of the architecture in Manila. It has modern high-rise buildings, but also has colonial houses and ruins that fascinate those who are interested in its rich history.

Manila is many things to many Filipinos. It is the seat of government, the center of fashion and culture, the fountainhead of all religious and educational movements; and of course, the exciting nightlife. It is politics and art; markets and churches; banks and universities - a city that is the melting pot of all the things essential to life.