Looking for something fun to pass the time during your visit to Pasig, Philippines? Take some time to explore the vibrant restaurant and club scene.
Metrowalk is hands down the most popular night spot in the area. The complex is packed with bars, restaurants, coffee shops, shopping, and night clubs. Metrowalk is located on 5,000 square meters at the junction of Ortigas and Meralco Avenues. There is a Metrotent nearby that is used to host conventions, car shows, trade fairs, and more.
Aruba Bar and Restaurant:
This bar and restaurant is a top pick of middle-aged patrons in the complex. Aruba opens at 5:00 p.m. and stays open until 4:00 a.m. every day. The bar and restaurant feature an outside dining area, as well as a mini stage and small dance floor where they have bands perform nightly. The dress code is smart casual, so dress to impress without going super formal.
The menu boasts a large selection of local and international beers and a variety of cocktails, liquors, and spirits. Beers start at 80 pesos and cocktails start at 150 pesos. The restaurant provides international options and a great list of bar food, such as calamari, nachos fritos, chicken lollipops, hamburgers, fries, and more.
Elbow Room hosts live bands and has billiards tables. The private rooms are great to rent for karaoke sessions, costing around 5,000 pesos for three hours. Beers start at 80 pesos per bottle or 420 pesos for a bucket of six. Cocktails start at 150 pesos and bar food is available beginning around 200 pesos.
Editor’s note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about Pasig nightlife.
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