14 Cool Places in Baguio You Probably Haven’t Visited

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Baguio is one of the most visited places in the country. Tourists and locals alike take the 4-hour drive up North (with help of the new TPLEX) for the weekend just to hangout and enjoy the cool weather that is missing in Manila. More than that, people always look forward to the awesome food that can only be found there. Here are 15 cool new places to add to your ‘Must Try’ lists on the Booky app for your next visit to the summer capital of the Philippines.


Baguio Craft Brewery – Marcos Highway

A restaurant, bar and microbrewery that serves craft beers developed and created by Xavierbier, the story of six like-minded individuals from three different countries driven by the desire to make their mark on the emerging craft beer culture in the Philippines.

Photo from @plotzone

No reservations allowed
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RKC Building, 120 Marcos Highway, Km 4, Baguio City
+63 74 422 5043

Glenn 50’s Diner – Upper Gen. Luna Road

An American-style 50’s diner serving steaks, pastas, fish and chips, salads and more, as well as some Pinoy comfort food favorites.

Photo from @mjdelemos

No reservations allowed
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92 Upper General Luna Road, Corner Brent Road, Baguio City
+63 916 659-5555

Arca’s Yard – Ambuklao Road

A cozy mini-museum and library cafe with a view.

Photo from Instagram c/o @gentilenextdoor

Reservations are accepted
777 Tiptop, Ambuklao Road, Baguio City
+63 929 325-1868

Chaya – Legarda Road

Chaya stands for authentic Japanese cuisine, wholesome food and healthy lifestyle.

Photo from Instagram c/o @marleyrivera

Reservations are accepted
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72 Legarda Road, Ferdinand Happy Homes, Baguio City
+63 74 424-4726

Choco-Late de Batirol – Camp John Hay

A garden restaurant and home to the best Choco-late de Batirol in the Philippines. They also serve other Filipino breakfast and merienda favorites. They have an extension branch on Romulo Drive.

Photo from Instagram c/o @missstephanne

Reservations are accepted
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Igorot Park, Camp John Hay, Baguio City
+63 916 375-6510

O’ Mai Khan – Upper Session Road

An eat-all-you-can Mongolian barbecue and hotpot restaurant, also serving a number of appetizers, side dishes and desserts. Often mistaken for Genghis Khan, O’ Mai Khan is actually derived from ‘umay kan’, which is Ilocano for ‘come here’.

Photo from Instagram c/o iamwanderbebs

Reservations are accepted
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Upper Session Road, Baguio City
+63 74 442-5885

Ketchup: The Food Community – Romulo Drive

A new restaurant concept featuring startup Baguio-based businesses. Today, it houses 5 new locally-owned food establishments that encourages simple outdoor dining with good food, ambiance and distinctive architecture. They accept reservations.

Canto Bogchi Joint

An American restaurant serving steaks, ribs, tacos and fries. It is the most popular joint among the 5 because of its Lomo ribs.

Photo from @theniceoyster

Green Pepper

healthy and exciting gourmet diner, preserving culinary tradition with the conscious effort to serve food made of natural and organic ingredients. Green Pepper does catering services.

Photo from @markieswar

Happy Tummy

A Thai-Filipino restaurant serving Thai inspired dishes such as Sticky Rice with Mangoes and their best selling Crispy Tilapia in Tamarind Sauce.

Photo from @raineycj

Rancho Norte

Serves affordable Filipino comfort food and drinks. Their signature dishes include tapang kabayo, tapang usa and tapang baboy ramo.

Photo from @iamredboi

Rumah Sate

An Indonesian-Malaysia restaurant featuring spicy Asian cuisines and boodle sets.

Photo from Instagram c/o @marlasabio

No reservations allowed
+63 915 888-3523

Game & Grub Boardgame Cafe – Jungle Town

A fun place where gourmet sandwiches and coffee are served coupled with the option to play some Board Games.

Photo from Instagram c/o @paololzki

No reservations allowed
2/F 111 Jungle Town, Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City
+63 927 578-5188

Cafe Yagam – J. Felipe Street

Cafe Yagam offers full meals including native Cordillera delicacies, pasta and sandwiches. But the real showstopper is their Arabica coffee. You can even jam during acoustic nights.

Photo from Instagram c/o @janeeeeeene

Reservations are accepted
25 J. Felipe St., Gibraltar, Baguio City
+63 921 256-5677

Cafe in the Sky – Mt. Sto. Tomas

A view deck, cafe and bed & breakfast place located in the mountains of Sto. Tomas offering an experience of having cafe in the sky. 

Photo from Instagram c/o @happytummytravels

Reservations are accepted
Mt. Sto. Tomas, Pob. Kabuyao, Baguio City
+63 926 663-7592

Check out these other awesome restaurants in Baguio here as well. Use the ‘Navigate’ feature to easily locate these restaurants and avoid getting lost. If you’re not already enjoying the offline convenience of Booky, it’s free to download on iPhone and Android.

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