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Five of Parañaque City’s Newfound Tourism Gems

Parañaque City – a city located in the country’s capital that makes up most of the metropolis. This city is bordered by major cities; Pasay to the north, Taguig to the northeast, Muntinlupa to the southeast, Las Piñas to the southwest, and Manila to the west. With this, it would only be natural for the place to be bustling with life and adventure that can be enjoyable by both locals and tourists alike.

As it is, living in the metropolis has its fair share of perks. An example would be the steady incline of the business district. As a result, new establishments are expected to pop up every now and then, equating to new potential places to hang out. Considering the city’s very diverse lifestyle scene, every individual can find a place that would cater to his or her personal taste.

Where to go in Parañaque City

1) BAGA Manila

Bright lights, happy vibes, and a friendly gathering of foodies and families laughing and bonding over delicious dishes is the delightful scenario at Amaia Steps Sucat. From Thursdays until Saturdays, BAGA Manila, a well-known association of food stall vendors at different leading weekend night markets in the metro, will be present to serve good barbecues, grilled specialties, quality regional dishes, and delicacies.

2) Crazy Chick

If you’re craving for a buffalo wings fix, Crazy Chick is your best bet. Located along President’s Avenue across Caltex station, the restaurant’s interiors offer witty phrases painted on the walls, which are surely Instagram-worthy. Their must-tries are their Mango Sriracha, Hot Chick, and Lime a Virgin flavors, as well as the Waffella – a combination of Nutella, ice cream, and waffle served in a Nutella jar.

3) Kapeng Mainit

Locals who are looking to get their breakfast at any time of the day can dine in Kapeng Mainit. This all-day breakfast café’s menu includes modern renditions of Filipino comfort food with unique twists, such as the Spamusubi, Tapa 2.0, and French Beignets. Coffee enthusiasts would definitely enjoy their signature drink – barako coffee.

4) Dreamplay by Dreamworks

Have a fun day with your family in Dreamplay, located inside the City of Dreams complex along Roxas Boulevard, Parañaque. Let your kids interact with characters from their favorite movies, such as Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, How to Train Your Dragon, and Madagascar, as Dreamplay’s activities are aimed to be both creative and mind-stimulating at the same time. 

5) Wicked Dogs

Aguirre Avenue finally has a restaurant to cater and satisfy the hunger of people whose comfort food is hotdog or burger. Wicked Dogs is a quaint and hip gourmet restaurant, where you can find an array of juicy sausages in different varieties, topped with various ingredients, nestled comfortably inside bread buns. Complement your favorite wicked dog with a side of perfectly lopped fries, and finish it off with desserts, such as sundaes, floats, or ice cream.

These are all new sights to behold in the eyes of a traveler. However, if you are billeted in Metro Manila, such as owning a condo in Parañaque like Amaia Steps Bicutan or Amaia Steps Sucat, these are the places you are rather accustomed to. If you are looking for a fresh new place to spend your casual Friday night dinners or Saturday soirées, then take a gander at the highly-recommended places listed above.

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