March 06, 2009


As Manila comes alive in a blaze of multi-colored lights when the night falls, there is always something to keep you entertained with the profusion of lively karaoke lounges, bars with live bands, restaurants offering contemporary Filipino, Malay, Chinese, Greek, Hindi and Continental cuisine. And strategically located in the heart of Malate, Manila’s bohemian district, almost at the corner of Jorge Bocobo and Pedro Gil streets, is Bellagio Square.

The old parking lot has given way to Bellagio Square, the newest event place. It now houses a colorful kaleidoscope of restaurants, bars, entertainment spots, beauty and wellness centers - a veritable whirlwind for the senses, all under one roof.

The opening of Bellagio Square marks a defining moment in what Malate has to offer in terms of dining experience. Its welcoming ambience is complemented with large airy premises framed with a high metal structured ceiling. An open courtyard in the middle of it all, gives patrons the choice of breezy open-air dining under the stars, or the cool shade of giant umbrellas and palm trees. A mini stage allows for opportunities for entertainment, programs and events for parties and company events.

Bellagio Square is a delightful mix of traditional and new world sophistication, a reminder of Malate’s bohemian past , combined with the charm of modern Manila.

Dining at Bellagio Square is a real gastronomic adventure. There is a rich variety of food that will surely excite one’s taste buds ! Choose from: authentic Hong-Kong food and dessert at Yin Lok Kui, Korean shabu-shabu at NAHA, Persian kebab at Simorgh, traditional Greek cuisine at Hellas Taverna, cocktails at KOI, the famous paella valenciana at Patio Guernica and healthy frozen yogurt at Whiteberry.

Also, at Bellagio Square are Mi and Me, a nail art salon cum fashion boutique manned by Taiwanese-trained staff, Tony and Jackey, the trendy Korean beauty salon and Bioessence skin, slimming and spa for more pampering.

On Fridays and Saturdays, Bellagio Square comes more alive with performances from the country’s celebrated performers like Jimmy Bondoc and up-and-coming bands, like Emerge.

For dining, entertainment or just pampering, experience all these at Bellagio Square, the newest event center in Manila.

1 comment:

manila nightlife said...

This is a very informative post. They're serving authentic dishes from different bars and restaurants. I'll visit with my friends and family during weekends.