Vigan is a pleasant and beautiful place to just wander through at night. They have restaurants, some bars, and overall, not too active of nightlife.
Vigan at Night
A popular thing to do in Vigan at night is to explore. You can walk through the alleys and then mingle in the local plaza around the burgos. There are glittering lights mirrored into almost all of the old buildings, the monuments, and the famous Cathedral – St Paul’s Metropolitan Cathedral. It’s also fairly safe and well-lit. If you go to the old street near dusk, restaurants start putting tables out in the streets, and you can eat under the sky with candles on your table. You find the best restaurants in Vigan by the smell. If you follow your nose, you won’t go wrong. The Calle Crisologo cobbled stone street is a must-see at night. The entire street has beautiful lights, and it is pleasant to go on walks or just to enjoy the view and relax on benches along the street.
Sitio is one of the few regular bars. The bar’s interior is clean, with colorful chairs and walls and it is well-lit with neon lights. The music ranges from pop to disco. They do serve food, but snack foods and not a full meal – the pulutan’s taste ok, and the Hungarian sausages are very good. They have very good drink specials, especially if you go earlier in the evening – their happy hour promo offers a bucket of 6 bottles of beer for only P150. They don’t have a great selection of drinks at the bar. They have no dress code. They are located in the Plaza.
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