15 April 2014

NBA Cafe, Manila

During one of our SM Aura visits, Mickey and I stumbled upon the NBA Cafe Manila! If you are an NBA fan (or you know of someone who is), this is the perfect place to hang-out in.  Of course, Mickey was pretty much at home in this place, he was a varsity player for the U.P. Juniors Basketball Team and an NBA fan himself.

Just to give you an idea, here is how much he loves the game of basketball: at home, we have a cable subscription to NBA Premium TV (24 hours of pure NBA action), he collects the Olympic jerseys of his favorite Team USA basketball players, he has Michael Jordan's Ultimate Jordan DVD collection, he has books on Michael Jordan memorabilia and throughout the years, he has worn different basketball shoes of his favorite NBA Players (Michael Jordan, Tracy McGrady, Kevin Garnet, Lebron James, Carmelo Anthony, John Wall).  Get the picture?  Haha!

Now, let me show you the First NBA Cafe in Asia (of course here in Manila) in these photos:

The obligatory photo behind the wall of NBA basketball jerseys


You'll find NBA memorabilia displayed near the entrance


The seating area near the entrance and the bar area


flat screens featuring NBA highlights and programming and are spread all over the café


I love that this whole stretch of dining space has a wide view


This table by the wall of NBA jerseys is my favorite!


There is also a room you can reserve for a small group gathering

Here's a glimpse of NBA Cafe's Menu featuring American bar and grill favorites






Guess who enjoyed our visit here?  Haha!


What time is it?  It's game time!  Visit the newly opened NBA Cafe at the L5 Skypark of SM Aura located at 26th Street corner McKinley Parkway, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City.

The NBA Café, located at the L5 SkyPark of SM Aura on 26th Street corner McKinley Parkway, Fort Bonifacio - See more at: http://philnews.ph/2014/03/08/70881/#sthash.rxi3XNUi.dpuf
The NBA Café, located at the L5 SkyPark of SM Aura on 26th Street corner McKinley Parkway, Fort Bonifacio - See more at: http://philnews.ph/2014/03/08/70881/#sthash.rxi3XNUi.dpuf


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