One of Malugay’s go-to places to satisfy one’s cravings, Wingman at The Collective offers wings - buffalo wings and deep fried wings to be exact.
The Zone is a huge sports hall with 15 badminton courts and one basketball court. It is open for members and non-members.
B-Side is Makati’s venue for those who love alternative and progressive music. The bar and restaurant is home to a number of the most enigmatic musicians one has ever seen in the country. Groups that perform at B-Side include local and international artists.
Kaffir was a little Southeast Asian restaurant and deli, a hidden gem in The Collective. The menu combined some of the best Thai, Vietnamese, Philippine and Malay dishes, many of which were vegetarian.
Bamm is probably the only place in Metro Manila where you can wash down delicious German fast food with the traditional beer/lemonade mix speciality Radler.
Central BBQ Boy Grill in Malugay features a relaxed ambiance for those who would like to have a bite to eat and a few drinks. Although not in a prime location, Central BBQ Boy Grill is highly frequented by locals, thanks to the Grill’s affordable meals. Whether you’re looking for a place where there’s cheap local beer or a place to have that Filipino picnic experience, this Malugay establishment is the right choice.
The Wabi-Sabi inside of 7274 Malugay is a cozy little restaurant that offers vegan-friendly, Japanese cuisine.
The beauty of contrast can be seen in all Yadu bags. The lifestyle brand sells bags that are one-of-a-kind, which means you won’t have to share a design with another person – ever!
Located near Malugay’s B-Side bar, this little burger place was not exactly enjoying a lot of foot traffic, but when you had the time to explore the inner parts of 7274 Malugay, more popularly known as The Collective, you should have tried the food at Offbeat. Offbeat Cafe sat right beside noodle house Wabi Sabi.