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% Arabica Just Opened a New Branch, And It Looks Amazing

It was designed in collaboration with German architect Alexis Dornier.
IMAGE JOANNA MANALASTAS CALASANZ
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% Arabica is a coffee shop hailing from Kyoto, who opened their first Philippine branch at the W City Center in 2018. The store has only a handful of seating available, but attracts plenty of BGC regulars thanks to its relaxed, minimalist aesthetic.

With their specialty brews and minimalist aesthetic, % Arabica is a favorite hangout spot for coffee heads who appreciate a good view. The good news is, you can now get your Arabica fix at yet another spot in Bonifacio Global City, as the coffee shop has opened its third Manila branch at 257 McKinley.

The 257 McKinley branch is % Arabica's 67th global store, and was designed in collaboration with German architect Alexis Dornier. You'll come for the coffee, but you'll definitely stay for the cozy yet cool ambience. The new branch is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays, and 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekends and holidays. See more photos of the new store below.

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Keep an eye out for the % sign when you're near the 25th and 7th Avenues in BGC.

Photo by Joanna Manalastas Calasanz.
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Imagine hanging out at this cool yet cozy space.

Photo by Joanna Manalastas Calasanz.
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The counter has a bright white scheme that's soothing to the eyes.

Photo by Joanna Manalastas Calasanz.

They carry coffee beans from different origins.

Photo by Joanna Manalastas Calasanz.
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Can't go there quite yet? % Arabica has a bottled coffee line that you can get for takeout or delivery.

Photo by % ARABICA.

Some of the drinks available are the Iced Americano (P160), Mocha (P230), Iced Caffe Latte (P190), and Iced Spanish Latte (P200).

Arabica's first store in Manila also opened in BGC, at the W City Center on 30th Street.

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This story originally appeared on Spot.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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