Handlebar is the venue for bikers and rockers in Makati. If you do not possess a motorcycle and leather vest, there are still enough reasons to check it out, as it offers live music, sports TV, and perhaps the longest happy hour in Metro Manila.
Crispy Pata, Kare Kare, Adobo, Bicol Express, Pinakbet: the menu of Bakahan at Manukan reads like an encyclopedia of Philippine cuisine.
Woodfire Grill Republic is a favorite hang-out place for young professionals and the rising new middle class working in Ortigas.
121 is the perfect casual place to have a couple of beers and pulutan (finger food) with some friends or colleagues.
The Little Tokyo Complex offers everything Japan-lovers and Japanese Megacitizens need: restaurants serving ramen, okonomi-yaki and liters of tea and high-quality sake, a grocery, a karaoke bar, a spa, and the soothing atmosphere of a Japanese Zen garden.
Sky Garden is a laid back bar and restaurant, located on the grasscovered rooftop of a three-story building right at the bay.
With it's grilled or sizzling specialties and buckets of beer, it's Grilla Bar. It is a typical Philippine resto bar for long lunches or night outs of bigger groups.
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.
Perhaps the best thing about Offshore Bar & Grill is its sub-zero cold beer but this isn’t the only thing that the Kamagong restaurant has to offer.