We’re pretty sure the inner geeks in all of us will be happy.
After listing down 15 Board Game Cafes to Visit for the Ultimate Bonding Experience last year, there is now another batch of gaming hubs for all the gaming geeks in the metro. The more the merrier right? Because there’s never enough space and seats for all the groups looking for fun and excitement.
We have some good news! You can now search for “board game” on the Booky app and get a collection of all the gaming hubs in the metro.
OnBoard Game + Gastropub – Circuit Makati
OnBoard Game + Gastro Pub is the first board game and pub concept featuring a full service kitchen that serves inspired comfort food, specialty cocktails and craft beers, and a collection of over 400 board game titles that suit all ages and preferences.
House of Geek – Matalino St.
House of Geek is a board game room and cafe in one. They have a simple menu that includes pasta, waffles and milkshakes and offer a selection of tabletop games. No playing fee is asked but ordering one food/drink per head is required. They also accept reservations for a minimum and consumable fee of P250/head.
Laruan ATBP – Maginhawa
Laruan ATBP is a board game cafe that offers affordable light meals and a growing library of popular tabletop games. It also sells selected local and award-winning Pinoy comics. P.S. If you’re lucky, you might just get served by some of Kamikazee OPM band members, who are part owners.
Laro Board Game Cafe – Regalado Ave.
Laro Board Game Cafe is a haven for game lovers in Fairview area. For a minimum fee of P99, customers get unlimited hours of access to their library of games, which includes a number of classics, party games, Euro games, card games, and adventure games. A variety of food, snacks and special beverages are served on the side. Also read: 16 Delicious Reasons to Drive Up to Fairview.
Bad Bishop – Makati
The Bad Bishop is a rental service company where customers (available in selected areas only) can rent their games for a minimal price. It caters to busy urbanites and free folks who can afford to slow down and take time. Classic tabletop games are available including a variety of popular titles that include Coup, Avalon, King of Tokyo, Takenoko and Catan.
Snacks & Ladders – Maginhawa
Snacks & Ladders is the ultimate playground with good food to boot–not only does it offer a wide selection of board games, it also has life-size chess and snakes & ladders, as well as miniature billiards, table tennis and foosball. For only P150 consumable fee, customers get unlimited access to all the games.
Ludo: Boardgame Bar & Bistro – Jupiter St.
With over 1,000 tabletop games on shelves and more game rooms, Ludo Boardgame Bar & Bistro is officially the biggest board game cafe in the Philippines to date. It is Ludo’s 2nd branch and offers the same fun interactive dining experience, but in a bigger and bolder space.
The Green Olive Cafe – Tagaytay
The Green Olive Cafe is the first dedicated board game cafe set in a homey space in Tagaytay that’s open 24/7. It offers an extensive menu from breakfast to late night, including all-day breakfast meals, pancakes, salads, pasta, burgers, steaks, sandwiches and other comfort food.
Breaks & Shakes – Marikina
Breaks & Shakes is a dessert place offering DIY milkshakes in 3 steps: (1) Choose your ice cream flavor base, (2): Add your chocolate mix-in/topping, (3): Enjoy. It also serves all-day Filipino breakfast, flavored wings, pastas, and other easy comfort food. You can enjoy some of their board games in store while waiting for your orders. Also read: 20 New Restaurant Discoveries in Marikina
No reservations accepted
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2/F Unit 6 ACC Bldg., Sapphire St., SSS Village, Concepcion Dos, Marikina City
Fire Sword Cafe – Quezon City
Fire Sword offers their ever growing board game library for play, paired with good food and drinks, which include DIY sausage from The Butchery, pasta, panini and shakes.
Boards & Pieces – Pasig
There’s a new game cafe player in town. Boards and Pieces is a neighborhood cafe that offers classic and new board games for the enjoyment of its diners. It serves specialty coffee with latte art, burgers, wings and other light meals.
Pins & Bricks – Ortigas
Pins & Bricks is a pizza and board game bistro in one. Watch the pizza makers create your thin crust pizzas, available in 5 sizes, in their open kitchen or play their select board games while waiting.
Puzzles: Board Game Lounge – The Fort Strip
Puzzles: Board Game Lounge is a board game café conceptualized by a group of young and hungry gamer entrepreneurs whose goal was to create something that builds genuine connections amongst families and friends through fun, competitive tabletop games and good food. Full feature here.
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