The sportsbar Heckle and Jeckle has always been a favorite expat hangout in the Jupiter and Burgos area in Makati City.
The Columns is home to may Megacitizens but the area is also frequented by non-residents because of its restaurants. This includes Kopiroti, New Bombay, Joey Pepperoni among others. It is also home to one Bank of the Philippine Islands branch.
Edsa Shangri-La is a world-class hotel for business as well as leisure travelers. Located in the heart of Ortigas, this hotel offers ultimate luxury and personalized service.
InterContinental Manila closed its doors in December 2015 to make way for a mixed use development.
The Discovery Suites offer high-class accommodation for those who want to combine the comforts of home with the all-round-service of a five-star hotel.
The Acacia Hotel is a modern 5-star luxury hotel found in the southern portion of Metro Manila. Located in the less busy Alabang area, Acacia offers world class service without the hustle and bustle of the more populated HotSpots in the metro.
The Peninsula is not only one of Manila's top accommodations but also a distinctive landmark, thanks to its spectacular grand hotel architecture and its location in the very heart of Makati.
Crimson Hotel, located in the southern part of Metro Manila, is deemed as an urban sanctuary. Known for its personalized service and its tranquil atmosphere, the hotel features well-appointed interiors and exudes subdued elegance.
Filipinos love big festivities with family, friends, and neighbors, so children's birthdays are always a good opportunity to throw a party. There are a couple of birthdays that are particularly important: the 1st, the 7th, and – for girls - the 18th birthday. Here is our Megacitizens guide on how a proper celebration should look like.
Lounge in Tomas Morato is one of the old timers in the area. Apart from being a happening place for those who want to have a few drinks while listening to live music, the place has established itself as a great venue for parties and functions.
Mesa Filipino Moderne, more popularly known as Mesa, is a Filipino restaurant chain that serves yummy Philippine dishes in a comfortable modern setting.
1952 – Don Anastacio de Alba set foot in the Philippine islands with his Casino Español experience in tow. He opened his first restaurant two years after arriving in the Philippines and called it Alba Cocina Española – a restaurant that sat on Peral Street now known as United Nations Avenue.
Crispy Pata, Kare Kare, Adobo, Bicol Express, Pinakbet: the menu of Bakahan at Manukan reads like an encyclopedia of Philippine cuisine.
A dainty little house with a lush garden and small terrace in front, tucked away in a side street of Tomas Morato Avenue: welcome to Greens Vegetarian Restaurant and Café, one of the first addresses for vegetarian dining in Quezon City.
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.
When the construction of the Forbes Town Center was finished, it immediately came alive with new restaurants. This includes the newly rebranded Henry’s Place by Good Earth formerly known as Good Earth.
Tucked away from Quezon City's more famous nightlife destinations, Conspiracy Garden Cafe maintains a very laidback atmosphere. There's no dress code and one can show up in slippers or flip flops here.
Sumptuous seafood dishes, a relaxing ambiance, and cultural shows every single night are the very combination that makes dining at Zamboanga Restaurant special.
Established in the 1970s when the art community in Manila dominated this part of town, Café Adriatico is still as artsy as it was decades ago.
Malate´s Hostel 1632 is a well-equipped hotel ideal for those who come to the Megacity for its nightlife and for the tourist attractions.
With its classical architecture, retro furniture and continental and international cuisine, Café 1771 seems like a little piece of old Europe amongst the Skyscrapers of the Ortigas Business District. The cafe was under renovation for a certain time but reopened on October 5th, 2015.
A quaint bar located in Burgos Circle, one of Taguig’s most frequented nightlife spots, Rue Bourbon is a wonderful place for drinking sessions and sampling good food.
In a spacious, cool and tropical setting, Aracama serves finest Philippine cuisine while DJs play lounge and dance music.
Bedrock is one of Malate’s most popular bars. Although there have been many changes in Malate in the past few years with many of Bedrock’s neighbors losing business, Bedrock, along with other Adriatico Street’s old-timers, still stands.
Crustasia Asian Bistro provided the visitors of Power Plant Mall with seafood and Asian fusion cuisine.