Where to eat after a night out partying in Boracay

Jammers Retaurant Station 2 D'Mall Boracay, open 24 hours

Jammers Retaurant Station 2 D’Mall Boracay, open 24 hours

If you enjoy partying or drinking with friends while vacationing in Boracay, you might want to know where to grab a bite after the party dies down and you start to feel hunger pangs.

People who travel to Boracay regularly and often take part in the island’s nightlife are familiar with some of the best places to eat after a night of drinking and dancing.

The top 2 places to eat before heading home are Jammers and Smoke. Jammers is famous for their 100% all-beef burgers, hotdogs, and tacos. One can also order another round of beer while your order is being prepared since Jammers also serves alcoholic beverages.

Smoke Restaurant Station 2, D'Mall Boracay open 24 hours

Smoke Restaurant Station 2, D’Mall Boracay open 24 hours

Smoke is another classic favorite of island party-goers where people can have rice meals or a hot bowl of bulalo soup. The restaurant’s sizzling bulalo is also one of the more popular items on the menu.

There are still more choices when it comes to after-hour dining and most of these places are located within walking distance of major Boracay hotels either on the beachfront or along the main road. There are affordable whole-in-the-wall diners spread out between Boracay Station 1 hotels to Station 3.

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Boracay 2013 Halloween Photos

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Boracay Island is one of the best places to celebrate Halloween. A number of Boracay hotels, restaurants and bars host Halloween parties with prizes going to people with the best costumes.

Photo credits go to Weekend Warriors Productions, Mark Bell, and Alex Lin Gau. Thank You!

Beachfront Boracay Station 1 Hotels – Nigi Nigi Too

View from the 2nd floor balcony of Nigi Nigi Too

View from the 2nd floor balcony of Nigi Nigi Too

One of the coziest places to stay in Boracay Island that offers ocean views and excellent food is Nigi Nigi Too Beach Resort. This beachfront Boracay hotel is located just steps from the famous Willy’s Rock at Station 1.

The hotel offers mid-range prices for spacious rooms in one of the best locations on the island. All rooms are decorated with oriental flair overlooking either the ocean or the tropical garden.

Each room is furnished with cable TV, mini fridge, hot shower, airconditioning, and WiFi. Staff and employees are some of the friendliest and most accommodating on the island. Nigi Nigi Too also provides room service, airport transfers, and a nanny service.

The bar and restaurant on the beach is a popular hang-out for both local islanders and foreign travelers. Food (international and Asian) and drinks are excellent as well as the dining and bar service.

The restaurant and bar, which are practically on the beach, serve international beer brands as well as the country’s famous San Miguel Beer served ice cold each time. Try the appetizers, the gourmet pizzas, and their signature burgers.

Massage area by the beach

Massage area by the beach

One of the highlights of this Boracay hotel is the massage area by the beach which offers the perfect setting and ocean views to relax while getting a massage.

Nigi NIgi Too Resort sits on one of the best parts of White Beach for swimming with a wide and clean beachfront. It is one of the most popular Boracay Station 1 hotels on the island for short or long-term stay.

Boracay Spanish Restaurant – Take Your Taste Buds on an Island Adventure this Halloween

halloween party boracay tapas barIf your taste buds are feeling adventurous, a great way to exploit this opportunity is to dine on dishes in one night. Of course it can be a challenge to do that if you have to order several full meals just for yourself, so visiting a local Boracay tapas bar can solve this dilemma.

At Dos Mestizos, you will find a wide array of authentic Spanish tapas every Saturday evening. Each year tapas are also served on the house to locals for the restaurant’s Halloween party. Locals can eat all the tapas they want during Halloween but there is only one catch, and that is to come in a costume.

dos mestizos halloween party 2013The tapas bar at this Boracay Spanish restaurant consists of a spread of roughly a dozen choices. Try popular selections such as the Dos Mestizos chorizo, ensalada de pulpo, gambas, salpicao de vaca, and callos. Pair them up with some pasta or European bread that are also baked fresh and served at the restaurant. Party starts at 7pm, October 31.

Dos Mestizos can be found at Station 2, on Remedios Street, mid-way between Best Western Boracay Tropics a popular and highly visible Boracay hotel along the main road and the Tourist Center on the beach. This Boracay restaurant sits just a few feet from the police station along the same street.