Must see nightlife in Manila

  • H

    This long-running pub is wildly popular among expats for watching live sport on TV, and usually features a live band or two on weekend nights.

  • M
    Museum Café

    Much more than a simple refuelling stop for museum patrons, ‘M Café’ is a magnet for Manila’s chi-chi class. It’s usually more of a place to warm up for…

  • W
    Writers Bar

    Though British rule in Manila was short-lived (1762–64), you can still get a taste of colonialism with a spot of high tea (P1535 for two) at the Raffles…

  • B

    Home to the Pivo Praha microwbrewery, which has been producing Czech-style pilsen, dark and wheat beers since 2001. Tastings are available and it also…

  • F
    Finders Keepers

    This dimly lit speakeasy is hidden within a nondescript warehouse under the ultra-cool Black Market club. Once you've found it, grab a stool at the long…

  • C

    This long-running club is one of the few places with staying power in Malate's gay district. With much cheaper drinks than the places in the Fort, it…

  • T
    The Bar

    The Bar is know for its all-you-can-drink evenings (P1280) on Friday and Saturday from 7pm to midnight; cocktails and spirits included! The two-for-one…

  • N

    NoKal has three levels, including a rooftop, often with a different DJ spinning on each one. It draws a younger crowd and is usually rocking every night…

  • S

    This side-street outdoor restobar is a great place to kick back and warm up your karaoke skills before hitting the provinces.