'90s fave The Watering Hole is back

It's in a new home.

 

(SPOT.ph) In the time of the Spice Girls, chunky sneakers, TGIS, and grunge was The Watering Hole, a hip hangout in Shangri-La where kids of the '90s found themselves during weekend gimiks (remember that term?). Established in 1995, it was the first independent brewery in the Philippines. 

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The Watering Hole flaunted an industrial design as well as an in-house microbrewery where they crafted beers, ales, and lager matched with classic bar chow like sisig and grilled squid. They also served Pinoy breakfast fare from 6 a.m. onwards. Description-wise, it sounds like any other present restaurant in Metro Manila, but The Watering Hole may have been ahead of its time. It shut down in 2012.

 

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Now, The Watering Hole is back and in a new location. With a rustic and homey flair, it brings back old favorites like the Baked Oysters and Buffalo Wings, which join a trendier healthy set of quinoa salads and chicken croquettes. 

 

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The new The Watering Hole is at Forbes Town Center, Burgos Circle, Bonifacio Global City (831-4692). Open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. (Sunday to Thursday) and 7 a.m. to 3 a.m. (Friday to Saturday).

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