A Place to Date Your Artistic Partner

I know a lot of people that just want to dine in a quiet place with a nice view. And although the city has restaurants on top of buildings with a beautiful night view of lights upon lights, some of us appreciate the quiet indoors, the art of silence and solemnity stuck to a wall, painted or drawn by a person completely enamored by the idea of expressing emotions without words. This place is exactly it.

A while back, I wanted to relax and just dive into art after a long day. Mark and I decided to eat out where there's almost nobody around and just appreciate that silence. We went to Artists Gallery or Artists Haven Cafe in BF Parañaque. Online, they appear to register on these two names.

Address: 190 Aguirre Ave, Parañaque, 1700 Metro Manila
Phone: (02) 8825 8810

The outside itself stands out from the shops and restaurants surrounding it.

Indoors, it seems like you're in a museum full of drawings, paintings, sculptures, etc., but what it really is is a restaurant which doubles into a place for art workshops on schedule. (schedules below)

Contact details for events etc:

Area where the workshop usually happens:

They have a pretty short and decent menu. Food ranging from Php 200 to Php 400. Mona Lisa's cheeks was delicious with really a perfect balance of tenderness and crisp. The service was nice and homey too.

All in all, I'd rate this place:

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