From small and cozy to good enough to fit the entire barkada, coffee shops have been popping up everywhere in the country. In Manila alone, there are several coffee shops that have been discovered all thanks to cyclists who never fail to share them on social media.
But even if you haven’t added cycling to your new list of hobbies, these coffee shops are still worth visiting, and even get a cup of coffee - even to go.
Blocleaf Café (Malate, Manila)
If you’re fond of the Kinfolk aesthetic, then this hidden gem in Malate is the coffee shop for you. Its coziness and warmth will make you forget about time and the coffee will surely give you that peaceful time even if it’s just for a few minutes.
Photo from Bioclef Café Facebook Page
Inarawan Cafe (Sampaguita St., Marikina City)
Inarawan Cafe is a biker’s ultimate rest stop with its simple interior and straightforward menu. With their authentic Batangas coffee, you’ll surely get that much-needed energy boost to continue on your journey.
Photo from Inarawan Cafe Facebook Page
Papakape (Ampere St., Makati City)
Take a time off from the concrete jungle without having to get out of the concrete jungle in Papakape. With its glasshouse al-fresco setting surrounded by luscious foliage, you might forget that you’re even in the Central Businesses District still. Try their famous ginger-infused drinks like the Iced Cocolatte which is a ginger-infused coffee in coconut milk topped with panucha coffee.
Photo from Papakape Facebook Page
% Arabica (7th Avenue, corner 30th St, Taguig City)
A Japanese specialty coffee, % Arabica has become known both for their coffee and their clean, minimalist aesthetic. You’ll find that both of these work perfectly well when you need that breather from a very busy day.
Photo from % Arabica Facebook Page
Latitude Bean + Bar (Malate, Manila)
If you’re serious about your coffee game, then look no further than Latitude Bar located in a residential area in Malate. They pretty much offer a very wide selection for their coffee menu in this sleek coffee shop.
Photo from Latitude Bean + Bar Facebook Page
Prominent (Banawe, Quezon City)
Whether you’re a coffee enthusiast or just someone who enjoys good coffee with a good ambiance, Prominent in Quezon City hits that perfect spot. With a wide variety of specialty coffee and minimalist IG-worthy interiors, we won’t be surprised if this becomes your next favorite spot in town.
Photo from Prominent Facebook Page
Bad Café (Legazpi St. Makati City)
It seems like most coffee shops that have been popping up are keen on the minimalist aesthetic, and we can’t blame them. It just gives off the right kind of vibe for when you’re sipping good-quality coffee. Add to that an equally amazing selection of grub, then you’re all set- such is the case is Bad Café.
Photo from Bad Café Facebook Page
Group & Boiler Coffee Co. (Alabang, Muntinlupa City)
Found yourself in the South? Why don’t you hang out in this chill spot that has an amazing espresso-based coffee selection and relaxing but quirky interiors to match? If you end up hanging out here longer than you expected, why not go ahead and try their coffee cocktails to make things a bit more exciting?
Photo from Group & Boiler Coffee Co. Facebook Page
What’s great about these coffee shops is that they also offer take-out and delivery services especially during this time. So, you can still get your fave cup of joe even if you’re stuck in the safety of your homes.
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