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E Bar

This is another long delayed post. Its only now that I realize that I haven't blog about it yet. Luckily, Heat and Summer Palace made me think about it.




E Bar is located at the second floor of Edsa Shangri-La hotel. It was a Friday when we went there and the band's playing retro music and lots of people on the dance floor. Me and my friends are just too shy to dance but we did enjoy two rounds Manila Sunrise and Chocolate Martini. Ordered Clubhouse Sandwich and Calamares for pica-pica. Had fun watching people dance and had fun getting tipsy. Hahaha ;)




Sorry, no food pics except our feet! Hahaha. It was a rainy night but since we all bought this nice magenta shoes from Payless, we decided to use it anyway. I guess wearing similar items is how we announce to the world that we are indeed getting old and that our kids are almost tweeners.

PS. Feet photo courtesy of J. Thanks! :)

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