Quezon City Nightlife
Looking for something to do later in the evening while in Quezon City? The following nightlife options are recommended.
Off the Grill Bar
Timog Avenue in Quezon City is well known as a popular night spot for people who love to hang out and drink after hours. It has a number of bars, sports bars, restaurants and live bands in the area with one of the more popular being Off the Grill Bar featuring live bands with no cover charge. The bands are some of the more famous local bands in the Philippines such as True Faith, Paolo Santos, MYMP, Retro All- Stars and more. The bar has a wide area with a stage in the middle for the live bands. It can get quite crowded on the weekends. Alcoholic drinks and alco pops plus cocktails start at 80 pesos fo local beers and 90 pesos for alco pops and 150 pesos for cocktails like Mai Tai or Tequila Sunrise.
This is a small bar where there are live bands playing jazz, rap, pop and R&B music. Cover charge is P300 and up depending on the artist on stage. Shows start at 9:30 p.m.
You can also eat dinner in the bar or in the Chinese restaurant in front of the bar.
Quattro Grill & Bar
Quattro is our favorite place because prices are far cheaper than others on Timog Avenue. Feel free to sing along with the band or just sit back and listen to loud music. We prefer the area outside so we can talk and hear each other clearly. They have multiple local beer options and I enjoyed their Tokwa’tBaboy (fried tofu and deep fried pork dip into soy sauce with onions and chili). The serving is quite large compared to other bars and was only P90.00.
There are many restaurants, coffee shops, malls and bars to choose from when you are in Eastwood City. One of my favorites is Dencios; they serve good food at a reasonable price. It is an ideal place for eating with your friends or family.
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