Weekend Eats: The Partying Starts Now With Libations By A Topnotch Bartender From London, Unlimited Sangria, Classic Filipino Fare, And A Korean Buffet To Satisfy Your Midnight Cravings
Bartender Series at Raging Bull Chophouse & Bar
Shangri-La at The Fort, 30th Street corner 5th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, (02) 820-0888
It’s not every day you get to try the cocktails of a world-class bartender. Only this June 7 to 9 weekend, Luca Cinalli, the Bar Manager at Oriole in London, is in town, mixing drinks from 8 pm onwards at Raging Bull Chophouse & Bar.
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Oriole happens to be No. 17 on the World’s Best Bars list for 2017, and with good reason. It has perfected its fusion of Old World, New World, and “exotic Orient” in its cocktails, which Manila denizens will get to try, before or after enjoying one of Raging Bull’s signature steaks.
Myeong Dong Grill
37 Polaris Street, Bel-Air, Makati City
One of the newest restaurants in hip foodie-neighborhood Poblacion is Myeong Dong Grill, a Korean buffet starting at only P299, and that’s not even the best part!
For your late night samgyupsal cravings, you can head here because it’s open until 2 am. How’s that for a treat? Whether you’re looking for a place after your drinking sesh or somewhere to relive your K-drama hankerings, this place will surely do the trick.
Don’t forget to try these items from the delectable buffet spread: mandu (dumplings), spicy noodles 2x (yes! the one they eat in the spicy noodle challenge), and the spring rolls. For dessert, you can pick up a Melona or two at the Wang Supermarket just beside the restaurant. —Chris Clemente
Photos from Myeong Dong Facebook Page and Instagram
UCC ClockworkBlue Bay Walk, EDSA corner Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard, Pasay City, (02) 843-4383 G/F Estancia Mall, Capitol Commons, Pasig City, (02) 942-2142 1/F Forbes Town Center, Burgos Circle, Bonifacio Global City, (02) 828-1447
Calling all sexy ladies! UCC Clockwork has an unlimited sangria promo for only P375 from 1 pm to 11 pm every single day. Yup! That’s every day. So better call in your girlfriends right away and schedule that night out you’ve been putting on hold since forever.
WARNING: This may include a lot of fun and laughter
Chicken Cracks to nibble on
UCC is more than just a coffee shop. Aside from their sangria, they’re known for their delicious Japanese café-style food as well, from all-day breakfast fare to salads, sandwiches, and desserts.
Got you covered from breakfast down to supper
The perfect spot to chat, laugh, and drink
Head on over to UCC Clockwork this weekend and get a whole lot of fun with your girlfriends! —Monique Suzara
Mesa Filipino Moderne
R2, Power Plant Mall Rockwell Center, Makati City
A new branch of Mesa is finally opening at Rockwell Power Plant’s new wing on June 9. You’re bound to satisfy all your Filipino food cravings because they’re all available at Mesa. From sisig and kare kare, to sinigang, laing, and crispy pata. Name it and they have it.
A must have at Mesa
If you want to skip the hassle and the traffic, why don’t you celebrate Father’s Day early and let Dad devour his favorite Filipino dishes.
Bountiful Filipino feast
From savory dishes down to your favorite creamy Filipino desserts!
You can’t resist the halo-halo
One-of-a-kind crispy leche flan
Whether you’re celebrating anything or not, Mesa will always give you a massive Filipino feast every time you come and visit. —Monique Suzara
Photo from @ucclockwork and @mesaphilippines