7 Tropical-Themed Cafes You Can Visit in Metro Manila

Missing the beach vibes? Going on quick beach trips this season can be a hit or miss because of possible rains and typhoons. So, the next best thing would probably be to just bring the beach to you!

With IG-worthy cafes popping up all over the city, there are also so many cafes that feature tropical themes and beach-inspired vibes.

Here are 7 tropical-themed cafes you can visit in Metro Manila:

Brewed Specialty Coffee

This Instagrammable cafe in Pasig serves specialty coffee made from local and international beans. When you visit, you should also order one of their bestselling dishes such as the Creamy Truffle Mushroom Pasta!

They’re also eco-friendly, offering bamboo tumblers and using edible straws for their drinks.

Visit Brewed Specialty Coffee at The Red Dot, C. Raymundo Ave., Rosario, Pasig City.

Follow Brewed Specialty Coffee on social media:
Facebook.com/brewedspecialtycoffee
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74 Apartment Cafe

74 Apartment Cafe is a hole-in-the-wall coffee shop in Pasay City. This tropical-themed cafe definitely stands out thanks to its Instagrammable exteriors.

74 Apartment Cafe features colorful wall murals that are perfect for pictures! They also serve hot and iced coffee, milk tea, fruit tea, and savory egg drop sandwiches.

Visit 74 Apartment Cafe at 74 C. Jose Street, Brgy. 161, Pasay City.

Follow 74 Apartment Cafe on social media:
Facebook.com/74ApartmentCafe
Instagram.com/74aptcafe

Sevi Coffee PH

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This cozy al fresco coffee shop is perfect for hanging out with the barkada! It sits atop a mid-rise building so you can also enjoy the cool breeze from up high. Sevi Coffee actually makes you feel like you’re chilling in a beach resort right in the middle of a busy city.

They serve specialty drinks, waffles, sandwiches, and cakes!

Visit Sevi Coffee at 4/F Jopare Building, 9 Rongo St., Central Signal, Taguig City.

Follow Sevi Coffee on social media:
Facebook.com/Sevicoffeeph
Instagram.com/Sevicoffeeph

Cofficery

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Cofficery is a family-friendly cafe and restaurant that also offers both al fresco and indoor dining spaces. This refreshing cafe takes pride in being an “elevated outdoor garden”. It’s definitely a tropical paradise, especially with the artificial grass featured in the al fresco dining area.

Aside from serving coffee choices, they also have an extensive menu of hot meals and classic Pinoy dishes (such as pancit!).

Visit Cofficery at 15413 E. Rodriguez Avenue, Corner Daang Batang, Paraรฑaque City.

Follow Cofficery on social media:
Facebook: Cofficery
Instagram.com/cofficery_dinery

Espesyal Specialty Coffee

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Espesyal Specialty Coffee is another hole-in-the-wall cafe that’s biker-friendly and also has an al fresco space for coffee lovers who want to hang around. This quaint cafe is pretty hard to miss thanks to its gorgeous tropical-themed exteriors. The bright turquoise wall inside is also the perfect background for your IG photos.

They’ve got a variety of must-try specialty coffee on their menu, including Sea Salt Latte and Kape’t Sorbetes!

Visit Espesyal Coffee at J.W. Diokno Blvd., Pasay City.

Follow Espesyal Specialty Coffee on social media:
Facebook.com/espesyalcoffee
Instagram.com/espesyal_coffee

Shaka Cafe

Can’t visit Siargao yet? While waiting for that trip, you can just visit Siargao’s famous Shaka Cafe in their BGC branch!

Of course, Shaka Cafe did not shy away from bringing the Siargao vibes to the city. Every corner and every food item is picture-perfect, especially with its modern tropical interiors. They serve great coffee, their iconic smoothie bowls, burgers, and hearty meals.

Visit Shaka Cafe at Burgos Circle, Forbes Town Center, Taguig City.

Follow Shaka Cafe on social media:
Facebook.com/shaka.cafes
instagram.com/shaka_cafes

Do Gud Cafe

Do Gud Cafe is a cozy hidden cafe located in a corner of Marikina City. They serve special coffee drinks, colorful lattes, burgers, and pastries.

The cafe has both indoor and al fresco spaces. We actually loved how homey and cozy this cafe is, especially since they took inspiration from beach cafes as well. It’s like hanging out and enjoying coffee in your very own beach house.

PS. They also have a gym on the second floor!

Visit Do Gud Cafe at #9 E. Rodriguez cor. Lakandula St., Parang, Marikina City.

Follow Do Gud Cafe on social media:
Facebook.com/dogudcafe
Instagram.com/dogudcafe

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