These include L’Ecailler, Rotisserie, Churrasco, Asian Noodles, Filipino, and La Patisserie, to name a few.
Opened in 2002, Antonio’s is a fine-dining restaurant serving modern European food with Filipino and Asian influences.
Aside from the romantic ambiance, they also offer a Valentine Special from for lunch and dinner.
In 2014, it got the 10th spot in the Trip Advisor’s list of travelers’ favorite fine dining restaurants in Asia.
Franklin Bell, the Commanding General responsible for transforming Camp John Hay into a military resort. One can just imagine spending the whole of summer vacation in this place.
Unfortunately, the house is available only for viewing.
Set inside the historic "walled city" of Intramuros, Fort Santiago is widely visited because of its century-old Spanish architectural design and well-maintained landscapes and park grounds.
Everything in here takes you to an important piece of history – significantly the time and place where Jose Rizal spent the last few months of his life.
We, too, are allowed to have things our way, and we've made our voices heard over at one of our favorite sites for women, The Frisky. As long as you don't call it "date night." Why she'll like it: Sticking your nose in a glass, swishing Chardonnay (yes, Chardonnay) around in your mouth, debating the merits of "oakiness" — this is sophistication. This is the stuff of which women's dreams are made. Why she'll like it: If you live in a big city, chances are you can catch some fantastic performances in the park without selling an arm and a leg to stand shoulder-to-shoulder in an auditorium watching some overhyped band lip-sync. What you'll get: An open gateway into her inner-groupie.
Surprisingly, a lot of our choices matched up with the female suggestions for an easy night on the wallet that follow. Don't spend more than: ; its not just wine — it's Why she'll like it: There's something about a good bottle, odiferous cheeses, and a blanket spread that makes us swoon. Don't spend more than: ; the more you drink, the better you'll both think you sound. Why she'll like it: If you live in a big city, chances are you can catch some fantastic performances in the park without selling an arm and a leg to stand shoulder-to-shoulder in an auditorium watching some overhyped band lip-sync. Don't spend more than: ; mostly for booze -- and sunscreen.
Located east of the city, the Botanical Garden features native huts typical of dwellings in the Cordilleras, a variety of plants and flowers, and structures that represent Baguio's sister cities all over the world.
Its entrance can be found along Leonard Wood Road (between Teacher's Camp and Pacdal Circle).
Tucked away in a garden, this Filipino café uses the traditional process of tsokolate-making, which is using a wooden rod called the "batirol" for mixing the concoction of local cacao beans.
This produces the hot, thick, and bittersweet drink.