Bonifacio Global City:
International, modern feel
Parking options
At par with the world’s best in dining and night-life
You’d never guess that a chic bar is hidden inside a run-of-the-mill 7-Eleven
The speakeasy is miles away from the bright lights of a convenience store: Dramatically lit and sophisticated, it’s impossible not to feel at least a little bit more refined here
Bank Bar also boasts excellent drinks and food
Bank Bar is at RCBC Savings Bank Corporate Center, 26th and 25th Street, Bonifacio Global City.
The Back Room — located in the innards of ritzy Shangri-La the Fort— offers just that. Still very much on theme with its inconspicuous entrance and a foyer with a cloak room and shoe shine chair, the air of mystery is thick around this one. But, it still is a hotel bar and has the first class finishings you would expect, such as the black marble and hard wood that punctuates its Art Deco design.
Conceptualized by the team behind Wildflour and Farmacy, the Hotel Bar has all the hallmarks of a great speakeasy — hidden address, intimate tables, dark interiors — but with a decidedly more casual feel. The playlist is less jazz, more contemporary pop and hip-hop, and customers can order snacks and hot dogs from Pink’s to go with their cocktails.
The Peak is a multi-level bar, music lounge and grill roof deck restaurant in Grand Hyatt in Manila.  The concept is inspired by Penthouse Living with different homey rooms, set against the Manila Skyline backdrop, to discover.
Food crawls, roof top bars, unexpected, inventive, gritty and full of character
Roof top, 360 views, jelly-fish, indoor and outdoors,
The name and concept are inspired by Filipino folklore: the mysterious amulet known for warding off evil or the mythical charm noted for developing instant attraction to the bearer.
Agimat promises a magical experience for those looking for mystical ambiance, otherworldly cocktails and spellbinding food that celebrate everything indigenously Filipino.

Agimat Foraging Bar and Kitchen
2/F 5972 Alfonso cor. Fermina Street, Poblacion, Makati
Dr. Wine Manila is located in the diamond area of Poblacion Makati, just by walking from Rockwell and Bel-air. The company is owned by a French Sommelier who happens to be the mastermind of Dr. Wine and Kartel Rooftop in Shanghai, China.

3 floors, open for private events
Oto bar
OTO is your best bet if you’d rather just lounge in your seat while listening to chill music until you call it a night. The bar, founded by David Ong of speakeasy The Curator and coffee shop EDSA BDG, boasts an inviting and cool space for audiophiles with discerning palates for craft cocktails and bites. You won’t know what to expect—well, music-wise—when you’re here because their playlists focus on a different genre every night so it might be Ariana Grande-pop on Tuesdays and '90s alternative rock on Fridays. OTO is at 5880 Enriquez Street, Poblacion, Makati City.
Run rabbit run
Inside this quaint two storey 1970s family home - a rustic, "Alice in Wonderland", down the rabbit hole. We give you four new areas to host your event in. Sit by the bar and engage in conversation with any of our crafty bartenders or walk up to the second floor seating area with plush sofas which also lead to the open air deck that is lit with draped bulbs and enlivened by a vertical garden on one side.
Located at Picar Place on Kalayaan Avenue in Makati City, Buddha-Bar Manila is an impressively spacious three-story establishment that can accommodate more than 500 guests. With its numerous balconies and an outside terrace, it offers its guests a multitude of diverse atmosphere. The bar mezzanine is enlaced with 18th century style wrought-iron balustrades that looks out over the dining area where the monumental Buddha sits serenely enthroned. The amber-colored lighting, rich mahogany furniture, Chinese and Japanese art objects, Khmer statues, decorated wood panels, lush reds and gold, luxurious fabrics, and Portuguese mosaics all come together to create an opulent and refined décor.