716 Jose Abad Santos St., Little Baguio, San Juan, Metro Manila, (02) 723-6132 / (02) 942-7525 Price Tag: 400 – 700 PHP ( – ) Kids at heart?Skip the fancy dinner date or crazy night club and spend the evening battling it out over different board games at Ludo Board Game Bar and Cafe.Players can stay for as long as they want, with a minimum of one order per person.Their menu offers a variety of tasty appetizers and drinks, but their shelves display an even wider range (in the several hundreds) of games to enjoy. Their floor staff are adept and always willing to explain how each game works. Simply explain to them what kind of game you’re in the mood for and they’ll find the perfect fit. 26 Scout Torillo St., Corner Scout Fuentabella, Quezon City, Metro Manila, (02) 689 9322 Makati City Branch: No. Bel-Air, Makati City, Metro Manila, (02) 810 7125 Price Tag: Free For a dose of culture, art, and history, take your partner on a museum excursion.Check out these fun yet thrifty date ideas that prove it’s possible to enjoy both the city and quality time together, without breaking the bank.
This hole in the wall charges a small door fee upon entering, but it all becomes worth it when you’re sitting a few feet away from local bands that sell out much more massive venues across the country.This micro-cinema, with its elevated seats and plush throw pillows, comfortably sits 60 people.They screen under-appreciated indie films that are quite hard to come by at regular movie houses.Just keep track of their social media updates to know when you and your partners’ favorite acts are taking the stage.46 Anonas, Quirino 2-3, Quezon City, 1102 Metro Manila, (02) 433 8070 Price Tag: 300 PHP () Ditch the typical Hollywood movie date at a mall cinema and opt for a more intimate indie film screening at the cozy Cinema ’76 Film Society.The best part is that it’s all absolutely free as the organization runs on donations and volunteerism.