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10 Beachfront Bars Where You Can Get Drinks and Cocktails in Boracay

You can have a cold one while partying at these beachfront bars in Boracay.

By: Karen Bermejo | December 15, 2017

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Walking along the fine white sand beaches of Boracay or just strolling under the heat of the sun can be tiring. Yet, there’s no need to worry as there are plenty of bars and restaurants along the island. Whether you’re looking for a refreshing fruity drink or some booze, you can visit these beachfront bars to quench your thirst.


1. Aplaya Beach Bar Boracay



beachfront bars Boracay

You can grab some cocktails at Aplaya while waiting for the sun to set.


Aplaya, or the Filipino word for beachfront, is an apt name for this place. Aplaya Beach Bar Boracay has a casual indoor dining setup with Italian and Mediterranean dishes. During sunset time towards the night, they put out colorful bean bags and wooden tables outside. You can enjoy a cocktail while waiting for the sunset at White Beach. During happy hour, you can have two cocktails for the price of one from 5:00 to 9:00 PM. You can pair it with pizza and pasta prepared by their Italian chef.

Where: Station 1, White Beach
Operating hours: 8:00 AM to 1:30 AM


2. Wahine Beach Bar & Grill



beachfront bars Boracay

If you want to get away from the crowded White Beach, you can head to Wahine.


Wahine is a Hawaiian word which means a young woman surfer, and it speaks for the vibe of Wahine Beach Bar & Grill. Their tables at the beach are shaped like surfboards. They also have colorful bean bags and beach beds where you can sit while sipping drinks. Wahine offers a taste of local and international cuisine in Boracay, whether for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Aside from booze, they have coffee and other refreshing drinks. They also have regular Sunday sunset sessions with DJs for a chill island vibe away from the crowded White Beach.

Where: Diniwid Beach
Operating hours: 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM


3. Club Paraw Bar & Grill



beachfront bars Boracay

Club Paraw is one of the oldest bars in the island.


Club Paraw Bar & Grill is one of the oldest night clubs in Boracay. The place has been loved by both locals and tourists even though it was just made of bamboo years ago. After some renovations, Club Paraw now features a modern dance floor and a restaurant-style VIP lounge area for private parties. Happy hour runs from 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM, when one can enjoy local beer and cocktails at cheaper rates. They also serve dinner fare or bar chow to pair with your drinks.

Where: Station 1, White Beach
Operating hours: 9:00 AM to 3:00 AM


4. Epic Boracay



beachfront bars Boracay

With its central location, Epic is so easy to spot.


Located at the heart of D’Mall Boracay, Epic Boracay is a place where one can dine, drink, and dance. During lunch time, Epic serves dishes which fuse Oriental and Western flavors. They have meaty sandwiches, well-seasoned pastas, and different grilled meats. You can also partner your food with their signature concoctions. During nighttime, the place transforms into a dance floor for partygoers. Every month and on special occasions, they bring the best DJs from Manila and the world to perform for the island crowd.

Where: D’Mall Boracay, Station 2, White Beach
Operating hours: 11:00 AM to 4:00 AM


5. White House Beach Lounge



beachfront bars Boracay

White House Beach Lounge has an Ibiza-inspired vibe.


White House Beach Lounge is an all-day dining and beach lounge. It is open for both walk-in and in-house guests of White House Beach Resort. They have beach beds as well as tables and chairs for guests who want to eat or drink. To use their beach beds, guest have to pay PhP500, which doubles as a consumable amount for food and drinks.

The place has a seating capacity of 150 persons and a spacious beachfront for big parties. Every Sunday, they have a special brunch menu with guest DJs. Once a month, they also host Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Sundays. Happy hour starts from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM.

Where: Station 1, White Beach
Operating hours: 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM


6. Beach Hut Bar Boracay



beachfront bars Boracay

You can work on your tan at The Beach Hut Bar.


Aside from sunscreen for packing in your beach bag, you can also get booze at Beach Hut Bar Boracay. They have been in the island since 2011. They used to be a pop-up bar only, but they recently opened a spacious bar with chic interiors. They serve smoothies and cocktails both for alcohol lovers and non-drinkers. You can either drink it at their new place or buy your own refillable glass or container to save on your next round of refreshments.

Where: Station 1, White Beach
Operating hours: 7:00 AM to 12:00 AM


7. Coco Bar



beachfront bars Boracay

You can check your alcohol tolerance by trying the brain train game at Coco Bar.


Coco Bar is the beachfront bar of Red Coconut Beach Hotel Boracay. They are famous for their brain train, a game for those with high alcohol tolerance. Participants must down 10 shots of alcohol to finish the game. You can also join their beer pong tournament with your friends or with other customers. You can have buy-one take-one cocktails and local beer during happy hour which runs from 12:00 PM to 9:00 PM.

Where: Station 2, White Beach
Operating hours: 7:00 AM to 12:00 AM


8. EXIT Bar



beachfront bars Boracay

If talking and meeting people is your game, you can check EXIT Bar.


EXIT Bar is where most local party lovers go. They neither have food nor fancy decor, but you can feel the island vibe with their interiors, which is painted by local artists. The bar just has a few wooden chairs and tables, so guests are either on the dance floor or in different corners talking to each other. They usually play house music, with an international crowd coming in from 10:00 PM until closing time. They don’t have happy hour, but their local beer priced at PhP60 is one of the most affordable drinks in the island.

Where: Station 2, White Beach
Operating hours: 2:00 PM to 2:00 AM


9. & 10. Pats Creek Bar and Bombom Bar



beachfront bars Boracay

Pat’s Creek Bar and Bombom Bar are famous for their reggae-inspired place.


Pat’s Creek Bar and Bombom Bar are adjacent bars at the central area of Station 2. Bombom Bar can be distinguished by its artistic interiors while Pat’s has a billiard table guests can use.

The owners of the bars are siblings. Their establishments are operated separately but both share a beachfront setup where a live band performs each night. They are known for reggae music which starts playing at 7:00 PM. Guests can jam with the live band and share their talents in singing or in playing instruments. Happy hour starts at 5:00 PM and ends at 8:00 PM.

Where: Station 2, White Beach
Operating hours: Pat’s Creek Bar – 5:00 PM to 1:00 AM; Bombom Bar – 8:00 AM to 2:00 AM


After a long day in the turquoise waters of Boracay, you can always take time to chill with a drink in any of these bars in the island.


* Click the store names to see their exact addresses and contact numbers.

* Photos/images are from the official websites and/or Facebook pages of featured establishments.

* Prices may change without prior notice.

Walking along the fine white sand beaches of Boracay or just strolling under the heat of the sun can be tiring. Yet, there’s no need to worry as there are plenty of bars and restaurants along the island. Whether you’re looking for a refreshing fruity drink or some booze, you can visit these beachfront bars to quench your thirst.


1. Aplaya Beach Bar Boracay



beachfront bars Boracay

You can grab some cocktails at Aplaya while waiting for the sun to set.


Aplaya, or the Filipino word for beachfront, is an apt name for this place. Aplaya Beach Bar Boracay has a casual indoor dining setup with Italian and Mediterranean dishes. During sunset time towards the night, they put out colorful bean bags and wooden tables outside. You can enjoy a cocktail while waiting for the sunset at White Beach. During happy hour, you can have two cocktails for the price of one from 5:00 to 9:00 PM. You can pair it with pizza and pasta prepared by their Italian chef.

Where: Station 1, White Beach
Operating hours: 8:00 AM to 1:30 AM


2. Wahine Beach Bar & Grill



beachfront bars Boracay

If you want to get away from the crowded White Beach, you can head to Wahine.


Wahine is a Hawaiian word which means a young woman surfer, and it speaks for the vibe of Wahine Beach Bar & Grill. Their tables at the beach are shaped like surfboards. They also have colorful bean bags and beach beds where you can sit while sipping drinks. Wahine offers a taste of local and international cuisine in Boracay, whether for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Aside from booze, they have coffee and other refreshing drinks. They also have regular Sunday sunset sessions with DJs for a chill island vibe away from the crowded White Beach.

Where: Diniwid Beach
Operating hours: 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM


3. Club Paraw Bar & Grill



beachfront bars Boracay

Club Paraw is one of the oldest bars in the island.


Club Paraw Bar & Grill is one of the oldest night clubs in Boracay. The place has been loved by both locals and tourists even though it was just made of bamboo years ago. After some renovations, Club Paraw now features a modern dance floor and a restaurant-style VIP lounge area for private parties. Happy hour runs from 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM, when one can enjoy local beer and cocktails at cheaper rates. They also serve dinner fare or bar chow to pair with your drinks.

Where: Station 1, White Beach
Operating hours: 9:00 AM to 3:00 AM


4. Epic Boracay



beachfront bars Boracay

With its central location, Epic is so easy to spot.


Located at the heart of D’Mall Boracay, Epic Boracay is a place where one can dine, drink, and dance. During lunch time, Epic serves dishes which fuse Oriental and Western flavors. They have meaty sandwiches, well-seasoned pastas, and different grilled meats. You can also partner your food with their signature concoctions. During nighttime, the place transforms into a dance floor for partygoers. Every month and on special occasions, they bring the best DJs from Manila and the world to perform for the island crowd.

Where: D’Mall Boracay, Station 2, White Beach
Operating hours: 11:00 AM to 4:00 AM


5. White House Beach Lounge



beachfront bars Boracay

White House Beach Lounge has an Ibiza-inspired vibe.


White House Beach Lounge is an all-day dining and beach lounge. It is open for both walk-in and in-house guests of White House Beach Resort. They have beach beds as well as tables and chairs for guests who want to eat or drink. To use their beach beds, guest have to pay PhP500, which doubles as a consumable amount for food and drinks.

The place has a seating capacity of 150 persons and a spacious beachfront for big parties. Every Sunday, they have a special brunch menu with guest DJs. Once a month, they also host Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Sundays. Happy hour starts from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM.

Where: Station 1, White Beach
Operating hours: 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM


6. Beach Hut Bar Boracay



beachfront bars Boracay

You can work on your tan at The Beach Hut Bar.


Aside from sunscreen for packing in your beach bag, you can also get booze at Beach Hut Bar Boracay. They have been in the island since 2011. They used to be a pop-up bar only, but they recently opened a spacious bar with chic interiors. They serve smoothies and cocktails both for alcohol lovers and non-drinkers. You can either drink it at their new place or buy your own refillable glass or container to save on your next round of refreshments.

Where: Station 1, White Beach
Operating hours: 7:00 AM to 12:00 AM


7. Coco Bar



beachfront bars Boracay

You can check your alcohol tolerance by trying the brain train game at Coco Bar.


Coco Bar is the beachfront bar of Red Coconut Beach Hotel Boracay. They are famous for their brain train, a game for those with high alcohol tolerance. Participants must down 10 shots of alcohol to finish the game. You can also join their beer pong tournament with your friends or with other customers. You can have buy-one take-one cocktails and local beer during happy hour which runs from 12:00 PM to 9:00 PM.

Where: Station 2, White Beach
Operating hours: 7:00 AM to 12:00 AM


8. EXIT Bar



beachfront bars Boracay

If talking and meeting people is your game, you can check EXIT Bar.


EXIT Bar is where most local party lovers go. They neither have food nor fancy decor, but you can feel the island vibe with their interiors, which is painted by local artists. The bar just has a few wooden chairs and tables, so guests are either on the dance floor or in different corners talking to each other. They usually play house music, with an international crowd coming in from 10:00 PM until closing time. They don’t have happy hour, but their local beer priced at PhP60 is one of the most affordable drinks in the island.

Where: Station 2, White Beach
Operating hours: 2:00 PM to 2:00 AM


9. & 10. Pats Creek Bar and Bombom Bar



beachfront bars Boracay

Pat’s Creek Bar and Bombom Bar are famous for their reggae-inspired place.


Pat’s Creek Bar and Bombom Bar are adjacent bars at the central area of Station 2. Bombom Bar can be distinguished by its artistic interiors while Pat’s has a billiard table guests can use.

The owners of the bars are siblings. Their establishments are operated separately but both share a beachfront setup where a live band performs each night. They are known for reggae music which starts playing at 7:00 PM. Guests can jam with the live band and share their talents in singing or in playing instruments. Happy hour starts at 5:00 PM and ends at 8:00 PM.

Where: Station 2, White Beach
Operating hours: Pat’s Creek Bar – 5:00 PM to 1:00 AM; Bombom Bar – 8:00 AM to 2:00 AM


After a long day in the turquoise waters of Boracay, you can always take time to chill with a drink in any of these bars in the island.


* Click the store names to see their exact addresses and contact numbers.

* Photos/images are from the official websites and/or Facebook pages of featured establishments.

* Prices may change without prior notice.

author

Karen writes to earn a living, tell stories and promote her advocacies. She’s a traveler and a volunteer. Her adventurous soul makes her more comfortable to sleep on the couch of a stranger than pay bucks for accommodation. Her ultimate dream is to travel the world, master a foreign language and learn how to swim. To keep her sanity while chasing her dreams, she chases waterfalls on weekends.

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