24-Hour Cafes and Restaurants In Tagaytay (Plus Others That Stay Open Till Late!)

Looking for a place to hang out and unwind, even in the wee hours of the night? In this article, we’ve rounded up four awesome places in Tagaytay that are open 24/7 and some late-night spots that will satisfy your cravings. From cozy cafes to laid-back bars, we’ve got you covered. So grab your friends—or fly solo and explore these nocturnal hotspots in Tagaytay!

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In no particular order, here are some of the best places in Tagaytay that are open way past your bedtime and could satisfy your late-night cravings! 

1. Kuya Chad’s Tapsi and Pares

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Photo: Kuya Chad Tapsi Facebook

Located along Tagaytay-Nasugbu Road. Kuya Chad’s Tapsi and Pares is willing to serve its beloved customers 24 hours. They serve tapsilog and affordable pares. They are also serving different kinds of silog meals and main courses, such as burger steak, T-bone steak, sizzling bulalo, sauteed buttered shrimp, garlic butter chicken, sisig, crispy pares, and mami. If you’re not in the mood for heavy meals, no worries because they also have burgers, salads, and some desserts that you should try! Just recently, Kuya Chad’s Tapsi and Pares hit their first milestone as they celebrated their first year anniversary, which truly shows how many people love them.

For more information, check their Facebook page.

2. Sizzlingan ni Aling Meng 24 Hours

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Photo: Sizzlingan ni Aling Mengs Facebook

Late-night cravings are real. Luckily, Sizzlingan ni Aling Mengs is always to the rescue! So, if you’re craving delicious sizzling food to make you feel warm in Tagaytay’s cold, breezy weather, Sizzlingan ni Aling Meng has got you. They are well known for their affordable, mouth-watering choices and their unbeatable house special T-bone with rice. You can find them at Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Maitim, and 2nd East Tagaytay. Visit here to discover more about them. 

3. Kape Mo-To

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Oh, let me tell you about Kape Mo-To in Tagaytay! This place is a must-visit for anyone who loves bikes, cars, and coffee. And yes, it’s open 24 hours, so you can satisfy your cravings anytime, day or night. The cafe has a cool vibe with a sleek and modern design that will impress. The walls are adorned with all sorts of motorcycle and car memorabilia, perfect for any gearhead. But even if you’re not into vehicles, the atmosphere is still really inviting and laid-back.

And then there’s the coffee. Oh, the coffee! Kape Mo-To serves up some seriously delicious brews, with all sorts of specialty drinks and blends to choose from. Whether you’re in the mood for a classic espresso or something a bit more adventurous (like their signature “Motolite” drink), they’ve got you covered.

Kape mo-to is located on Tagaytay-Nasugbu Highway, Kaybagal South, Tagaytay City. Check out their latest updates here.

4. Kaia Kitchen

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Photo: Kaias Kitchen Facebook

Want to celebrate special occasions with limitless time? Kaia’s kitchen would definitely meet your needs. This restaurant is open for public and private events. According to their Facebook page, you can rent the entire space for any special celebration. In addition, they are serving party trays, and they also have billiards that you might like! Alcohol Bar and grill are additionally accessible as well. They also have acoustic nights. Kaias Kitchen is located along Mendez-Tagaytay Road. For inquiries, feel free to message their Facebook page. 

Here are some places that close late in Tagaytay:

Kubli Cafe Bistro

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Photo: Kubli Cafe Bistro Facebook

In addition to its mouthwatering meals, Kubli Cafe Bistro is visited by a lot of people because of its beautiful atmosphere, which attracts the young crowd. It’s ideal for photographers and nature lovers. Kubli Cafe Bistro’s acoustic sessions are also a great option for music lovers. It is open daily from 10 am until 2 pm and is located at Tagaytay-Sta. Rosa Road, Brgy. Francisco, Tagaytay City, Philippines. To learn more about Kubli Cafe Bistro, click here.

Papa Dom’s Bar and Restaurant

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Photo: Papa Dom’s Bar and Restaurant Facebook

Papa Dom’s Bar and Restaurant is a place where you can hang out with your friends, listen to upbeat music, eat delicious food, and drink beer. It has a fun vibe that will make you want to spend every moment there. The Papa Dom’s Bar and Restaurant can be found in Vista Point, Maharlika West, 4120 Tagaytay City. They would be open from 12 pm to 2 am. To discover more about them, visit this link.

Kapihan ni Gunyong

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Photo: Kapihan ni Gunyong Facebook

Kapihan ni Gunyong serves specialty coffee. My favorite there is the Almond Latte and their egg drop sandwich!  They are open Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. Saturday and Sunday: 7:00 a.m.–1:30 a.m. This place gets packed on weekends, so you better plan ahead! Check out their offerings and menu here.

Klara’s Bulalo Kafe

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Photo: Klara’s Kafe Tagaytay Facebook

Definitely don’t miss out on this place when you visit Tagaytay because it is the home of the “Bulalo na Hindi Natutulog.” The purest bulalo you’ll ever taste. Klara’s also offers a weekend breakfast buffet. Klara’s Bulalo Kafe serves comfort food that will surely make you feel right at home. Its homey ambiance will make you feel relaxed while enjoying the chilly weather of Tagaytay. You must try their Krispy Pata Kare-Kare, Caldereta, Adobo Rice, and of course, their Bulalo. They also serve snacks like pizza, sandwiches, kinds of pasta, and more. They also have acoustic nights every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. They are located along Mahogany Avenue in Tagaytay. Their store hours are Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.; and Friday through Sunday, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. This place usually gets packed on weekends, so reserve or plan ahead. You can check out their selections here.

Your fastest sweet escape

Aside from the places that were mentioned above, convenience stores like 7-11 and Jollibee in Olivarez are also open 24 hours. Now, you have more reasons to love Tagaytay! You can view vast greenery and the Taal volcano, chilly weather, and delectable food! 

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