Dreamland Arts and Crafts Cafe, known for its rooms filled with dream catchers, was one of the most artsy cafes in Tagaytay. In June 2020, the cafe's branches in Tagaytay and Batangas have closed down permanently because of the eruption of Taal Volcano and the ongoing pandemic. But thankfully, they have already relocated to another area along the coastline of Batangas! Since then, the cafe has been renamed to Indie Green Garden Cafe and Coastal.
According to Indie Green Culture's post, the owners of Dreamland Arts and Crafts Cafe built their family's ancestral home in San Luis, Batangas, and turned it into the Indie Green Garden Cafe. They now serve food and drinks that are made with ingredients sourced from their garden and local farms around the community.
One of the things the cafe boasts of is their blue ternatea rice and tea. You can enjoy these under their blue ternatea canopy:
The interiors are just as artsy as the Dreamland's! They still have numerous dream catchers displayed and vibrant wall decor and furniture, but this time there are more plants. They also have an "Indie Green Living" zero-waste shop where you can check out their selection for groceries, home essentials, sustainable clothing, and more.
If you want to take a break from the city,ÂIndie Green Coastal is the other half of the establishment. It's an eco-friendly resort where you can relax for the weekend and dine by the sea.
Indie Green Garden Cafe is located in Poblacion, San Luis Batangas (in front of San Isidro Parish Church, beside AlfaMart). Just in case navigating their Facebook pages gets confusing, they renamed their Dreamland Arts and Crafts Cafe page to Indie Green Garden & Coastal.
To place a reservation, you can call Tsang (owner) at (0927) 156-3319.
*This story originally appeared on Yummy.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.