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It's seafood paradise.
Get your giant bibs ready! The Boiling Crab is heading to Manila in early 2020, making the Philippines the second international location to get a taste of the popular Louisiana-style Cajun seafood boil restaurant.Before it started serving customers like Jay-Z and Beyonce, The ...
 
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We present 10 hiding grounds for the young and aging titos of the world.
One step into Poblacion, the inuman capital of Metro Manila, and you’ll find yourself amid a crowd of young energetic yuppies looking to get wasted at the next hottest bar on the block—and there are many. Poblacion is chock full of dive ...
 
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The history of tapsilog began almost 40 years ago.
The year was 1986—a momentous year for many reasons: It was the year the Oprah Winfrey Show debuted, the year the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster occurred, and, closer to home, the year the People Power Revolution shocked the world. As these world-changing events ...
 
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Alabang's not-so-hidden gem, Real Food, has opened its doors in Bonifacio Global City this past weekend and health food shoppers around the city are rejoicing.
Health food emporium Real Food has garnered many loyal fans since it opened its doors in Alabang three years ago.It's the brainchild of Nicole Fandiño, whose constant search for an easier way to shop for organic produce and healthier snack options for ...
 
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Elbert's Upstairs Bar doesn't aim to impress as much as it aims to please, and that alone is impressive.
There is certainly no dearth of bars in BGC, but Elbert Cuenca’s new speakeasy offers something that isn’t common in the midst of The Fort ‘s constant hustle: a calm and stylish lounge that serves honest-to-goodness cocktails. A bonus: They won’t cost ...
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