Nightlife in Makati Philippines – Fantastic Friday Nights

Friday nights are where you let loose from all the stress of the week and just have a little fun whether you are on holiday or not. If you are to spend those Friday nights with your friends in Makati, here are a few places you might find interesting.

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A toast to sports

If you are the sports lover, hanging out on a Friday night with friends at Mulligan’s is the perfect place for you! The pub’s interior gives you the feel of the typical Irish gastropubs. The atmosphere here is quite lively as visitors gulp down their beers and cheer on their favourite teams. Enjoy Irish-American bites available on the menu.

Party hard at Black Market

If you are looking for a break from your calm and quiet atmosphere in your hotel in Makati, for instance, the likes of Berjaya Makati Hotel, head out to Black Market. Dance to the beats of the latest pop songs and a bit of base from the underground music as well. dance the night away, take a few minutes rest at the bar with unlimited drinks from 12 am to 3 am.

Dine fine at the Penthouse 8747

Even though it is Friday, you may not be up for a crazy night ahead. Well, then why not go out with your better half for an elegant dinner at the Penthouse 8747. The theme for the interior of this restaurant is from The Great Gatsby with a splendid view of Manila from the 22nd floor. Relish the fantastic cocktails and treat your tongue to a tasty dish with your partner.

Sway to the disco beat

If the current hits on the club playlist is not your cup of tea, simply walk into Strumms in Makati. There are several bands that will be performing with music from the 70s and 80s. It’s certain that your toes will not stop tapping and you will eventually end up on the dance floor bumping to the beats of the disco era.

Roland Lefevre is a travel writer who specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe. Google+