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5 Restos in Subic That’ll Make You Want To Dine Al Fresco

These places make outdoor dining more special!

By: Antonette Louise Guiao | November 05, 2020

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A great meal and a beautiful sight is truly a match made in heaven.

Images: Rali’s Restaurants Facebook Page

When the weather is nice and the temperature is just right, the thought of al fresco dining sounds inviting. Munching on your favorite food while taking in the fresh air and enjoying the outdoor view can be quite the experience. Plus, all the natural light makes your food all the more appetizing and even Instagram-worthy!

Luckily, Subic Bay houses multiple al fresco restaurants where you can satisfy your senses. Rounded up in this article are the 5 best restaurants in Subic that offer outdoor dining. From Western cuisine to classic Filipino favorites, these dining spots have it all for you. If you’re ever planning a food trip here, then read on and list down these notable restaurants in Subic!


Check out this video:





1. Xtremely Xpresso Cafe

Location: Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo


Subic, al fresco dining

Cappuccino? More like cappucci-yes!

Image: Xtremely Xpresso Cafe Facebook Page

Sitting in the heart of Subic is the cozy, vintage-themed Xtremely Xpresso Cafe. The cafe serves European-quality caffeinated beverages with its Lavazza Italian brand coffee. If you’re a meat lover, don’t miss the chance to get a taste of their popular “Big Ben” pizza, a 22-inch 16-slice pizza topped with pepperoni, bacon, sausages, beef, garlic, onions, and cheese. You can also opt for other unique pizza flavors including Brazilian bechamel, Spanish sardines, and California style.



2. Liberty Sports Bar

Location: Alava Quay Waterfront Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo


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This sports bar proves that Subic thrives even at night.

Image: @jamspaclibare

Liberty Sports Bar is a trendy sports bar and restaurant located right at the Subic Bay Freeport Zone’s port gate. Its menu is a fusion of Filipino, American, and Western cuisine, so you’ll never run out of options to choose from. Some of the restos’ best-selling dishes include the Liberty Pizza, a pizza topped with pepperoni, beef, onions, bell peppers, and the all-time Filipino favorite sisig (pig head and chicken liver seasoned with chili and calamansi). The bar also offers recreational activities like PS4 games, jenga, billiards, beer pong, and darts.


3. Texas Joe’s House of Ribs

Location: Waterfront Rd. Corner McKinley. Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo


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Experience the smokey taste of Texas at Texas Joe’s!

Image: @watts4bfast

Meat lovers, this one’s for you! Texas Joe’s House of Ribs is home to Subic Bay’s juiciest and most tender rib eye steak. To go along with the steak are various sauces: original sauce for a savory taste, Carolina Honey sauce for a touch of sweetness, and habanero sauce for a spicy kick. You can wrap up your meal with the resto’s desserts, including the hot apple pie served with vanilla ice cream and caramel cake.


4. Rali’s Restaurant

Location: Malawaan Park, Argonaut Highway, Subic Bay Freeport Zone


outdoor dining

A glass of wine and fine dining by the bay? Yes, please!

Image: Rali’s Restaurant Facebook Page

What started out as an outdoor grill turned into an al fresco restaurant that exudes romantic vibes and offers a splendid, unobstructed view of Subic Bay. While the interiors of Rali’s Restaurant are elegant and classy, the al fresco area is as equally majestic, especially during sunset. To complement the view, the resto serves delicious European and Mediterranean-inspired dishes. Some of its crowd-pleaser dishes are the sous vide pork chops, creamy mushroom risotto, and its best-selling blackened tuna salad, a dish that shares the unique flavors of Japan and Greece.



5. Cocolime Specialty Asian Cuisine

Location: Rizal Highway, Subic


Filipino favorites

Cocolime Restaurant is ‘new normal’ ready!

Image: Cocolime Specialty Asian Cuisine Facebook Page

If you’re still worried about dining in, fret not: Cocolime Specialty Asian Cuisine got you covered! The restaurant serves Asian cuisine, but it specializes in Filipino dishes. Have a unique experience by trying their rice dishes like the pineapple rice (rice cooked with chunks of pineapple served in a pineapple hollow) and the binagoongan rice (rice sauteed in shrimp paste served with pork chunks on top). You can also opt for international dishes like the shrimp tempura and hot and sour shrimp soup or tom yum.


As every trip outside is a big deal now, make sure to treat yourself to hearty meals and spectacular views of Subic Bay at only the best restaurants in the area!


Looking for more spots in Subic to visit? Go to Yoorekka!

restaurants in Subic

A great meal and a beautiful sight is truly a match made in heaven.

Images: Rali’s Restaurants Facebook Page

When the weather is nice and the temperature is just right, the thought of al fresco dining sounds inviting. Munching on your favorite food while taking in the fresh air and enjoying the outdoor view can be quite the experience. Plus, all the natural light makes your food all the more appetizing and even Instagram-worthy!

Luckily, Subic Bay houses multiple al fresco restaurants where you can satisfy your senses. Rounded up in this article are the 5 best restaurants in Subic that offer outdoor dining. From Western cuisine to classic Filipino favorites, these dining spots have it all for you. If you’re ever planning a food trip here, then read on and list down these notable restaurants in Subic!


Check out this video:





1. Xtremely Xpresso Cafe

Location: Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo


Subic, al fresco dining

Cappuccino? More like cappucci-yes!

Image: Xtremely Xpresso Cafe Facebook Page

Sitting in the heart of Subic is the cozy, vintage-themed Xtremely Xpresso Cafe. The cafe serves European-quality caffeinated beverages with its Lavazza Italian brand coffee. If you’re a meat lover, don’t miss the chance to get a taste of their popular “Big Ben” pizza, a 22-inch 16-slice pizza topped with pepperoni, bacon, sausages, beef, garlic, onions, and cheese. You can also opt for other unique pizza flavors including Brazilian bechamel, Spanish sardines, and California style.



2. Liberty Sports Bar

Location: Alava Quay Waterfront Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo


al fresco restaurants

This sports bar proves that Subic thrives even at night.

Image: @jamspaclibare

Liberty Sports Bar is a trendy sports bar and restaurant located right at the Subic Bay Freeport Zone’s port gate. Its menu is a fusion of Filipino, American, and Western cuisine, so you’ll never run out of options to choose from. Some of the restos’ best-selling dishes include the Liberty Pizza, a pizza topped with pepperoni, beef, onions, bell peppers, and the all-time Filipino favorite sisig (pig head and chicken liver seasoned with chili and calamansi). The bar also offers recreational activities like PS4 games, jenga, billiards, beer pong, and darts.


3. Texas Joe’s House of Ribs

Location: Waterfront Rd. Corner McKinley. Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo


best restaurants

Experience the smokey taste of Texas at Texas Joe’s!

Image: @watts4bfast

Meat lovers, this one’s for you! Texas Joe’s House of Ribs is home to Subic Bay’s juiciest and most tender rib eye steak. To go along with the steak are various sauces: original sauce for a savory taste, Carolina Honey sauce for a touch of sweetness, and habanero sauce for a spicy kick. You can wrap up your meal with the resto’s desserts, including the hot apple pie served with vanilla ice cream and caramel cake.


4. Rali’s Restaurant

Location: Malawaan Park, Argonaut Highway, Subic Bay Freeport Zone


outdoor dining

A glass of wine and fine dining by the bay? Yes, please!

Image: Rali’s Restaurant Facebook Page

What started out as an outdoor grill turned into an al fresco restaurant that exudes romantic vibes and offers a splendid, unobstructed view of Subic Bay. While the interiors of Rali’s Restaurant are elegant and classy, the al fresco area is as equally majestic, especially during sunset. To complement the view, the resto serves delicious European and Mediterranean-inspired dishes. Some of its crowd-pleaser dishes are the sous vide pork chops, creamy mushroom risotto, and its best-selling blackened tuna salad, a dish that shares the unique flavors of Japan and Greece.



5. Cocolime Specialty Asian Cuisine

Location: Rizal Highway, Subic


Filipino favorites

Cocolime Restaurant is ‘new normal’ ready!

Image: Cocolime Specialty Asian Cuisine Facebook Page

If you’re still worried about dining in, fret not: Cocolime Specialty Asian Cuisine got you covered! The restaurant serves Asian cuisine, but it specializes in Filipino dishes. Have a unique experience by trying their rice dishes like the pineapple rice (rice cooked with chunks of pineapple served in a pineapple hollow) and the binagoongan rice (rice sauteed in shrimp paste served with pork chunks on top). You can also opt for international dishes like the shrimp tempura and hot and sour shrimp soup or tom yum.


As every trip outside is a big deal now, make sure to treat yourself to hearty meals and spectacular views of Subic Bay at only the best restaurants in the area!


Looking for more spots in Subic to visit? Go to Yoorekka!

author

Antonette is a writer, a night owl, an extrovert, and a BTS ARMY. Her spare time is consumed by drawing digital vector art, sleeping, binge-watching Netflix series, and learning how to cook. An adventurer by heart, she aspires to travel the world with her family, try extreme outdoor activities, and taste all sorts of food in different countries.

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