5 Reasons Why Locavore is the Place to go for a Night Out

There is no better way to kick off your weekend than a night out with your friends. And among all the popular destinations for your after-work shenanigans, no other restaurant is as prominent as Locavore Kitchen & Drinks.

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Locavore first opened in Kapitolyo, Pasig, in 2014 and quickly became one of the most popular restaurants in the area. Its loyal clientele generated such a strong demand for the neighbourhood gastropub that a second branch was opened in Bonifacio Global City.

With Friday on its way, it’s time to look at the top five reasons you should need to start your weekends at Locavore!


1. Food

Pinakbet and BistekThere’s a reason why people flock to Locavore, and it’s the food. Using ingredients that were locally sourced and raised, Locavore’s menu fuses Filipino staples with modern and continental techniques.

Sizzling SinigangFrom Sizziling Sinigang to Lechon Oyster Sisig, every dish is a playfully decadent twist on Filipino classics that’s going to keep diners coming back for more.

Mac's Boneless Fried Chicken2. Cocktails and Beers

In order to truly compliment their dishes, Locavore boasts an impressive collection of locally crafted and distilled beers and wines. They also serve cocktails that fuse together classic drinks with Filipino touches such as the Calamanjito. If you’re up for a challenge, try 7 Shots in 7 Seconds!

3. It’s Affordable!

Gabi ChipsFor a party of three or more, expect to get a lot out of Locavore’s generous servings. With heaping portions to keep diners going from appetizers to desert, Locavore is absolutely perfect for large groups who want to try out every dish in the menu!

4. Ambiance

Locavore_02What makes Locavore so conducive to your Friday night’s is its atmosphere. With indoor and outdoor dining options, the gastropub remains true to its neighbourhood beginnings. From the sound of chatter to vaguely familiar scents that tickle the senses, one step into Locavore is a welcome treat to guests.

5. It’s Accessible!

Boneless Lechon BellyAre you craving for Lechon and Oyster Sisig, but dreading the commute? Locavore’s got you covered.

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In order to keep up with the growing demand for their sinful menu, a second branch was opened in Bonifacio Global City, making it the perfect spot to kick off a long night at the club. No matter where you are in the Metro, Locavore is just a drive away!

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