Memory by Pauline Rana
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Music Appreciation · Hole-in-the-Wall · City Life · Complimentary Parking · Take a Taxi · Casual · Hectic Haunts · Real Deal · Raise and Wave Furiously · For Two · Small Groups · Local Secrets · Reasonably Priced
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Kowloon House Basement, 20 Matalino Street, Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
a year ago
On Cheryl's birthday, I'll take her to Mow's Bar in Quezon City for a few drinks, some dimsum and live music. Talking to her about Lemi's story made me realize how important it is to share personal narratives and a part of you when sharing places, that's why I'm taking her somewhere close to home. 💖
a year ago
If you’re looking for the perfect venue to check your favorite bands in the Metro, Mow’s is the place to be. You’ll be surprised that they’ve got gigs even on weekdays, and to be honest it’s always a fun surprise to catch up and coming indie bands that way. I’ve got a pretty big bias about Mow’s because it’s really one of my go-to-venues when I’m organizing or going to gigs in general. It’s spacious, it’s got several venues to choose from— from bar setting to bigger venues like Imperial Mow’s, they’ve also got some pretty awesome food care of the Kowloon House attached to the building. Like their page so you can stay update on their gig schedules, https://m.facebook.com/mowsbar/
2 years ago
Literally on the underground, Mow’s is all raw, unbridled energy, fuelled by up-and-coming bands that draw a crowd as young as the university students in the area as well as seasoned gig-hoppers to this dive bar. Descend into the dim basement of Kowloon House, thrash with the crowd, and come back upstairs to fill up on energy with dim sum. To regulars, it’s a weekly tradition to distract them from the humdrum of papers and exams.
8 months ago
19 East Bar & Restaurant housed amazing musicians, bands and stand-up comedians over the years and still continues to. Just right after Lakefront when you’re traversing East Service Road going North. Start your weekend or close the work week with good food and quality live music. Tip: Gambas and Lechon Kawali are a super must. 👌🏻
a year ago
If we’re talking about more established gig-going places around QC area, Route 196 has definitely housed some rising bands and artists since 2006. For me, Route 196 has never had a gig that never had a solid line up. It might be a relatively smaller venue, but every time I do go there, the place always seems to be jam packed with so much people, which proves just how much production houses and gig-goers love Route.
a year ago
It’s easy to spot this hipster pad from far away. When you see a giant painting of the woman holding a cigarette while on the telephone or the blue-colored woman with her eyes closed as she is surrounded by leaves, you know you’re at the Cameron House. Their painting by the entrance varies, but it’s consistently been a sophisticated lady with tiny gestures. It’s their trademark! Inside, you will find Victorian-themed paintings that add a vintage feel to their laidback setting. Whether you’re up for live local music or standup comedy, they have both! Do as the regulars do here at the Cameron House, along with a loyal crowd that has found “paradise”—just like their classic sign says.
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