In Pasay City, a perfect place for after-work relaxation

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LAB BAR BUFFET: ‘Overflowing with draft beers, cocktails, sodas, juices, iced teas’

MANILA, Philippines—Feeling like a zombie after a hard day’s work and not feeling any better while zoning out in front of the television at home? Sometimes, real relaxation can be found somewhere else, outside your comfort zone.

A gastropub located at the quiet side of San Miguel by the Bay at Oceana Culinary Complex Building near the Mall of Asia in Pasay City may just be the ideal place you’re looking for, for after-work relaxation. The Lab Gastropub is precisely for people seeking the perfect combo of good food, fresh beer and cocktails, and a comfortable place to sit back and relax.

The place has a stunning view of Manila Bay sunset, which you can enjoy through the bar’s glass walls while sipping your favorite beverage mix, as a bonus.

Unlike traditional British gastropubs, Lab’s interior design takes on a modern look, but its food still conforms to how gastropub grub was served in the late 20th century.

There are other bars along the bayside area, but Lab has that cool ambience, not just from the outside, but also inside.

For more information, visit and like Lab Gastropub’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/LabGastropubOceana.

Originally posted 7:29 pm | Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

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  • Cal_Reznick

    Mall of Asia is so far!! Plus that area at the bay is boring and a ghost town at night.

    • kismaytami

      Plus Manila Bay stinks.

      • Cal_Reznick

        True! Hope the government and the Administration fixes that.

  • kishbuff

    pang-mayaman!

  • http://www.pulisnapogi.blogspot.com/ Pulis Na Pogi

    di halata na naghihirap ang pinas nu?

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