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It's time for a food trip!
Poblacion has come a long way from its former identity as a red-light district; its food scene, in particular, became especially varied and dynamic around 2013 and has continued changing throughout the years. That is, until COVID-19 broke out. As Poblacion was especially
From coffee in the morning to drinks at night.
Probably one of the busiest places in Makati, Poblacion is home to countless restaurants, cafes, bars, and even small food stalls we know every foodie will love. If you’re planning to visit the area but have no idea where to grab a
Gwyneth Chua, now infamously known as Poblacion Girl, has been trending online for allegedly breaking quarantine rules to party.
Authorities continue to look into the case of a woman who broke quarantine to party in Makati's hip Poblacion district four days before testing positive for COVID-19 as the government remains on guard against a possible spike in cases.The Department of Tourism
Check out their Italian-inspired bicerin with local cacao!
It's often debated upon whether food can be considered a form of art. Either way, food and visual art are similar in that they engage the senses and can evoke different emotions—and if you can have them both under one roof, then
The Chef Sau del Rosario-helmed cafe is famed for its remixed Kapampangan eats.
Chef Sau del Rosario is known to advocate for Kapampangan food—and he reimagines the cuisine in a modern light at Pampanga's Café Fleur. The restaurant is a must-visit whenever you're in Angeles, but if you're itching to try their food and are
Drink responsibly. Line your stomachs. Drink water. You know all this.
The thing about Poblacion is that there’s one thing you can bet on: The party doesn’t stop, and neither do the libations. It can be hard to choose where to start, it’s true. We've all probably found ourselves wandering around, looking more
There are lots to do in this busy neighborhood.
Poblacion might be known as a neighborhood packed with cool restaurants and cheap eats—not to mention a pretty colorful nightlife. If you’re planning a night out in the area and find yourself arriving a bit early (we suggest you do, anyway, since
Pobla or Pob for short.
You know it's a typical Friday afternoon when you get the random "Pob?" text. Then comes the long, drawn out decision-making process of where to eat and drink that'll make braving Makati traffic—even worse on payday weekends—worth it. But if there's one
Where the place looks good, but the food tastes even better.
The old Poblacion had incredible character: a nightlife that partied until the wee hours of the morning, and sports bars packed with foreigners, bikers, or boozers; otherwise it was more commonly known as the red light district—distinguishable by its bright neon signs