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7 Quezon City Gimik Places That Are Open 24 Hours

It's always happy hour at these spots
by Mars Salazar | Jul 5, 2017
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Metro Manila has no shortage of awesome places to visit after hours, with notable establishments like The Plantation, Filling Station, and Borough immediately coming to mind for all-day and all-night drinking and dining. The only problem? All the cool places seem to be located in the metropolis' southern areas. Can somebody please think of the northerners?

Fret not. We rounded up seven establishments around Quezon City that you could visit if you're still wide awake at 3:28 AM. Check them out: 

1) Chill Top

Roofdeck, Amio Tuazon Building, 17th Avenue Corner P. Tuazon Boulevard, Cubao, Quezon City

Chill Top seems to have it all: a great skyline view, a relaxing ambiance, and drinks at prices that won't make you cry. Local beers range from P55 to 90—not bad at all for a place in Metro Manila—while an order of pulutan costs around P200. Chill Top also has KTV rooms for when you get the urge to sing, which we bet would happen by your third beer.

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2) 121

Eastwood Citywalk 1, Libis, Quezon City

121's a favorite watering hole for Eastwood office drones looking for a place to unwind after their shifts. Drinks start at around P70 here, and though the grub is on the slightly pricier side, the serving size can be pretty generous. They also have videoke booths, perfect if you've got some pent-up issues at work. If you're with a big group, you've got to try their scorpion bowls, deceptively deadly gigantic bowls of 121's special cocktails.

3) Whistlestop

Ground Floor, ELJCC Building, Sgt. Esguerra Avenue, South Triangle, Tomas Morato, Quezon City

Whistlestop's an established name in the 24-hour restaurant scene. Line your tummy first with their beef salpicao and the Hainanese Boneless Chicken before tucking into their local beers, which start at an affordable P50. Try to visit before the lunch and dinner rush, as this place gets packed quickly.


4) Senor Pollo

Eastwood Citywalk 1, Libis, Quezon City

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Senor Pollo's Tomas Morato branch will always be the original, but they won't let you in when you're hankering for chicken at 3 AM. Enter their Eastwood branch, their first (and hopefully not their last) 24-hour outpost, where you can satisfy your roast chicken and patatas bravas craving any time of the day. If you're with a big group, we recommend washing down your grub with their Latin Punch Bowl.

5) High Grounds Cafe

67 Scout Rallos Street, Tomas Morato, Quezon City

If your idea of a fun night out involves Counterstrike and DOTA, you'll have truckloads of fun at High Grounds, the first gaming cafe in the country. Here, you'll find everything a hardcore gamer needs to be happy: top of the line Acer Predator gaming computers, ultra efficient internet, tasty food, and great drinks. They don't serve alcoholic drinks here (it's not on their menu at least), but who needs beer when you have crazy fast internet at your disposal?

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6) Sisig Society

Eastwood Citywalk 1, Libis, Quezon City

The best thing about Sisig Society is their Create Your Own Sisig deal, which lets you choose the meat, sauce, toppings, and cooking style to create the sisig of your dreams. And since sisig goes really well with alcohol, you should absolutely take a look at their bar menu as well: their beer is affordable, but their bottomless mojitos and margaritas are an absolute steal. They also have a KTV setup, so you can start belting out all your favorite songs the moment you get buzzed.

7) Padi's Point

Coliseum Circle, Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City


You simply can't go wrong with Padi's Point—it's one of the most famous drinking spots in the greater Manila area, having catered to thousands of Pinoys for several years. Their branch outside the Araneta Coliseum is open 24 hours, so it's a great place to unwind any time of the day. Sit outside and get one of their Barkada Belly Busters, and pair it with a beer tower or two.

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