Metro Manila · Fancy Rockwell
Rockwell Center is a fancy mixed-use project that features some nice bars, restaurants, and coffee shops centered around the upscale Powerplant Mall. The rather green area is located conveniently near the gated communities of Bel-Air and other prime locations which offer a lot of space to live for the Megacitizens of Makati City.
The Rockwell HotDot lies on one end of the Jupiter, Kalayaan, Burgos HotSpot, and reaches up to the Salcedo HotSpot. If you live or work in , you will definitely love going to the Rockwell HotDot every now and then – be it for re-stocking your refrigerator or for coffee with your fellow Megacitizens.
For those who like to go out for a jog and do not necessarily want to travel to Ayala Triangle, Rockwell offers some nice places to run. A typical morning at the Rockwell HotDot involves putting one's running gear on and enjoying the clean streets with other runners. Megacitizens in this area often run just a few kilometers to keep themselves fit and ready for their hectic work schedules. Afterwards, most would grab coffee or breakfast in any of the cozy coffee shops nearby.
The Rockwell Center is located at the outer rim of the Megacity's financial district featuring an upper class shopping experience away from the crowds. It offers a variety of local and international shopping places along with a number of restaurants.
Cantinetta is a quaint Italian restaurant with a nice outdoor area.
Celadon is the first Thai restaurant in the Power Plant Mall.
With several Belgian and German beers on tap, Draft Gastropub is by far the favorite bar of many beer lovers in Metro Manila.
Award-winning Mamou is famous for its best-selling prime cut steaks from the US, but has much more to offer than that.
Megacitizens who are looking to shop for items that feature unique Filipino craftsmanship and culture this holiday season should not miss the Global Pinoy Bazaar on November 15 to 16, at the Rockwell Tent, Makati City.
The Brasilipinas Festival is an annual fiesta of the Brazilian community in Metro Manila. The mix of Latin music, dance workshops and tropical drinks in the Rockwell Tent beside Makati's Powerplant Mall does not only attract the Brasileiros, but also hundreds of other expats and Filipinos.
A business district is always busy, especially during the rush hours roughly 7 am - 10 am and 4.30 pm to 8 pm. Except avoiding to drive during those times, there are some more details gathered by our Megacities team that might help you to stay sane when driving in Makati.
Crustasia Asian Bistro provided the visitors of Power Plant Mall with seafood and Asian fusion cuisine.