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.
A go-to place for drinks while at the Alabang Town Center, the San Mig Pub & Bistro still has the same old-school charm as when it opened its doors for beer drinkers and foodies alike.
Love beer? We love it too! Take a look at these microbreweries and craft beer joints in Manila and join us in the craft beer revolution.
October is coming, and not only the German expats in Metro Manila are getting ready for some savory food and fresh Bavarian Beer. Oktoberfest has become a popular festivity among the Megacitizens of Manila and other Asian cities. We show you where you can celebrate this year.
Brotzeit German Bier Bar & Restaurant serves authentic Bavarian cuisine, meaning heaps of sausages, mashed potatoes, sauerkraut and other savory delicacies. Dine like the Teutons and combine a heavy meal with several half-liters of freshly tapped wheat beer. The resto has three branches in Metro Manila, namely in the business and shopping districts of Ortigas, Makati and, since recently, BGC.
With average temperatures of more than 30 degrees, staying hydrated is vital in Metro Manila. Here is what the Megacity has in stores, from mango juice and below-zero beer to service water and 3-in-1 coffee.
Serving the best of western comfort food and European draft beer in a stylish city pub ambiance, Publiko Eat + Drink is a popular meeting point among the expats of Eastwood City.
'70s Bistro in Anonas is one of the hippest places in Quezon City. Although difficult to find if you do not frequent the area, getting there is worth it because live music is played at the bistro every night from Monday to Saturday. The entrance fee is around 100 to 200 pesos and the dishes served in the Anonas hangout place range from less than 60 to around 300 Pesos.
With several Belgian and German beers on tap, Draft Gastropub is by far the favorite bar of many beer lovers in Metro Manila.
Father's Day in the Philippines is not an official holiday but it can still be celebrated by most fathers, children and soon-to-be-fathers, as it always falls on the 3rd Sunday in June. Still no idea on how to spend the day? We have some suggestions!
Wursty Wursty is all about German comfort food, offering traditional dishes such as Schnitzel as well as German-Mediterranean fast food like Doner and Kebab at affordable prices.
Bag O'Shrimps offers just what the name promises: bags filled to the brim with shrimps and other seafood. Being a great venue for families and groups of friends, the restaurant in McKinley Hill is at the same time popular among artists, baskeball players and other VIPs.
With its theme “Connect Now”, Mabuhay Germany 2015 successfully gathered the German-Philippine community to a festive weekend showcasing German culture, food and business.
Starting a business in the Philippines for foreigners can be a bit tricky sometimes, that is why the October Stammtisch will be talking about setting up business in the Philippines for expats. Megacitizens.com will also be launching its "snapshot-project"!
The Philippines' biggest beer fest is back! As every year, thousands of people will be served with savory German cuisine, free flowing beer, and Bavarian live music during the two-day Oktoberfest at the Sofitel Manila.
The next Megacitizens "Stammtisch" Meeting will be all about rest and relaxation in Metro Manila. Hang out with us and meet new friends - expats and citizens alike - on August 21, 8pm, at Mbargo Club and Lounge at The Fort.
Sometimes a man has to be a man. Luckily for the Manila man, he can be himself as the Megacity presents sports screenings, delicious steaks and much more for a guys' night out!
Drink Up Philippines is the biggest drinking festival in the country, featuring some of the best pubs and restobars in Metro Manila. The open air festival promises a whole day of live music, drinking games, competitions, and the celebration of all kinds of alcoholic drinks.
Sip through hundreds of cocktails, beers and wines from Manila’s finest mixologists, brewers and sommeliers showcasing their concoctions all under one roof.
The traditional beer fest promotes camaraderie among the Filipinos and Germans. Come and enjoy Bavarian specialties, free floating beer, and upbeat folk music with thousands of guests.
You know you are attending a great party when people are dancing on benches and tables. The Megacitizens team joined the 75th Oktoberfest of the German Club Manila in Sofitel Philippine Plaza.
Great pizza and pasta - check! Sports bar - check! Top karaoke lounge - check! Czech food and home-brewed beer - check! Bravo Best Foods is a bar and resto that caters for all tastes. What makes it truly unique, however, is that it produces authentic Czech beer in the heart of Metro Manila.
It has been 60 years since Germany and the Philippines established diplomatic relations. Therefore Mabuhay Germany 2014 was not only about showcasing German products, food, and culture. It also celebrated Filipino-German friendship in the heart of Manila.
St. Patrick's Day, the Irish National Day, is a popular holiday not only in Ireland and among the Irish diaspora, but also among beer lovers around the globe. There might not be a big parade in Metro Manila on March 17, but several bars and Irish pubs offer special promos on "Paddy's Day".
Giligan's is a Philippine chain of restaurants with local beers and huge party platters for little money. The branch in the A Venue Mall offers daily live music and awaits you with a cozy outside area along Makati Avenue.