Sunday, August 17, 2008

Top 5 Must See Places in Tomas Morato

5 Must See Places in Tomas Morato


1. Alba Restaurant


 


Alba Restaurant. It's a Spanish Restaurant that serves
really good home cooked food. It is mostly buffet but you can order ala carte.
The buffet is about 750 pesos per person plus your drink around 200 pesos. So
about a 1,000 a person will be your ideal budget. The buffet also includes the
desert. It's a good place to bring your loved ones if you have that extra
budget.


2. Music 21




It is a Karaoke Bar. They have good food and the per hour
is not that expensive. It is always packed so come early or befriend their
manager so you can squeeze in. PR always works anywhere. Music 21 is located at
21 Timog Avenue. It is beside Laughline, a comedy bar.


3. Starbucks




Starbucks has 3 branches in the Tomas Morato / Timog Area.
But this branch of Starbucks, which is along Tomas Morato corner Scout Lozano is
a haven of pick ups. Everyone is checking out everyone. It is also the favorite
hang out of renta boys and girls. Beautiful people abound. Make sure that you
settle the price first before finally going out.


4. Pier One




Pier One is a drinking place. It is always packed
regardless of any day. The food is cheap and the patrons are beautiful. You will
see a lot of beautiful men and women there. Have your dinner at Alba. Walk just
one block going to Starbucks. Have a little singing at Music 21 before going to
this place for an after drink. They have a lot of tables so you don't have to
worry for "waiting time". They can easily squeeze you in since it is a 3 story
structure. The waiters and waitresses by the way are a bit naughty.


5. Decades


This disco bar is the hidden gem in the Tomas Morato area.
It is where the most beautiful men and women in Quezon City hang out. It is
always packed during weekends. But come around 1 am to 3 am since that is where
the action is. Dance your heart away with their in house music. Beer is cheap
but the view is priceless. Warning: It is so hot inside. Literally.

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