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Nightlife in Cebu: where to party

Looking for a fun, wild night here in Cebu? Let the party animal within you out and have a good time at Cebu’s top night clubs and bars.

Cebu is a tourist hub for its pristine beaches, towering hills, historical sites, lush greenery, and scenic views. But it’s also a premier destination for its array of vibrant nightclubs and fancy bars that appeal to those who feel like extending the adventure until the dark hours. Come to Cebu, and you will know for sure that Cebuanos do know how to chill and have a good time.

Being the second largest city in the Philippines, nightlife in Cebu certainly is compact, hyped, and electrifying. There are a lot of places you can go to if you want to party, enjoy dance floor bangers, and be around new people.

Here, we have compiled the best venues and major nightclubs if you’re going on an evening jaunt.

Kazmik Club

Source: Kazmik Facebook page

Kazmik Club was formerly Liv Super Club. It is one of the go-to party venues for the well-heeled pack. They let anyone in, but they are pretty keen on their dress code. Only partygoers who are wearing pants, shoes, and party dresses are let in – no open-toed footwear like flip flops or sandals are allowed entry.

Kazmik Club is located in City Times Square, Mantawe Ave., Mandaue City, just right across Parkmall. Admission (without drinks) is Php200 on weekdays (free on Wednesdays and Thursdays) and Php300 on weekends.

MO2 Restobar

Source: TripAdvisor

MO2 Restobar is an outdoor bar, restaurant and night club with live band rolled into one. You and your friends can just come and hang there if you want time-out from hardcore partying. The place is relaxing, and there’s always a live band to serenade you or to just plain get everyone dancing on the floor. They also have pool and private karaoke rooms for those who prefer to have fun indoors.

MO2 is located a few hundred steps from The Market and Chong Hua in North Reclamation Area, Mandaue City. They’re open from 6AM to 3AM daily. Admission is free.

Morals and Malice

Source: Morals and Malice Facebook page

Morals and Malice is a place where you can let out the art lover and the party animal in you. With interiors designed by no less than the internationally –acclaimed furniture designer and Cebu’s pride Kenneth Cobonpue, Morals and Malice boasts of a unique art installation and a sophisticated green and white coordinated interior. They serve brunch, pastries, craft coffee, coffee cocktails, and craft cocktails. They also host Salsa Night on Tuesdays.

Morals and Malice is located at 2/F Tinderbox, Gov. M. Cuenco Avenue, Banilad, Cebu City, a few hundred meters from The Crossroads. They are open 4PM-1AM Tuesdays to Thursdays and Sundays, and 4PM-3AM Fridays and Saturdays. There is no entrance fee.

Marshall’s Irish Pub

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Located in Mango Square – the heart of Cebu City’s nightlife – Marshall’s Irish Pub is a popular bar and restaurant where you’ll find all the classic pub grub you’d expect from an Irish pub. You will catch some great live music, quality food with Irish portions, one too many beers or cocktails, and a bunch of people who are friendly and eager for conversations.

Marshall’s Irish Pub is open from 4PM to 7PM. Don’t miss their happy hour from 4PM to 7PM. There is no entrance fee.

Complex Bar & Lounge

Source: Complex Facebook page

Complex Bar and Lounge is an upmarket venue that is almost always packed with party goers. This is mostly because they play a lot of hip-hop and R&B music which a lot of young people take a shine to. It is formerly Sentral.

Complex Bar and Lounge is located at Norkis Cyber Park, Tipolo, Mandaue City, just right beside JCentre Mall. They are open Mondays to Fridays 6PM-2AM, Mondays to Fridays and 6PM-4AM on Saturdays. They have no entrance fee.

OQTAGON

Source: TripAdvisor

OQTAGON is a popular club especially among tourists, and is one of the biggest too. They are an internationally-recognized EDM dance and night club, having been icluded in the list of 100 World’s Best Clubs in 2018 and 2019. They adhere to strict dress code. Sleeveless/house t-shirts, jersey/board/house shorts, sandals/slippers are strictly not permitted. 

OQTAGON is located at Meerea High Street, Ouano Avenue, North Reclamation Area, Mandaue City. They are open daily, 9PM-7AM. Entrance fee is Php100 on weekdays and Php200 on weekends.

Club ICON

Source: Icon Facebook page

Club Icon is Previously called Hyper Club Roof. They pride themselves with featuring the best young blood Icon DJs and giving a different experience every night. Entrance fee is Php100

Club Icon is located at Lot 6 F. Cabahug St., Brgy. Kasambagan, Mabolo, Cebu City, near Sarossa Hotel and Castle Peak Hotel. They are open  daily, 9PM to 6PM.

Craft Cafebar

Source: Craft Facebook page

Craft Cafebar has a duality that definitely entices two of our biggest moods – chill to eat, and party to death. Since it opens as early as 6PM, you can come to Craft and just eat some nice kebab or other food items from Greek Taverna and order some of their non-alcoholic concoctions. The party starts later in the night, and you will get to see magic as the place transforms from a relaxed dining space to a raving night club with beer pong tables and craft beers being passed around.

Craft Cafebar is located at Banilad Town Center, Cebu City. They are open Sundays to Wednesdays, 6PM-2AM, and Thuesdays to Saturdays, 6PM-5AM.

Ibiza Cebu

Source: TripAdvisor

Ibiza Cebu is a perfect place if you feel like partying under the stars and enjoying your cocktail by the beach. Whether you prefer live bands or DJs blasting beats, Ibiza Cebu is one of the best beach clubs in Mactan Island where you are guaranteed to have the best nights in your Cebu excursion.

Ibiza Cebu is located at Punta Engaño Rd, Lapu-Lapu City. They are open from 4PM-12AM on weekdays and 3PM-2AM on weekends. Happy hour is from 4PM-6PM daily.

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