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Plan Your Long Weekend Ahead: Spend your getaway at these dining spots in Tagaytay

6 Interesting Dining Spots in Tagaytay Twin Lakes

In need of a quick getaway to recharge yourself? Just a drive away from Metro Manila, Tagaytay is a perfect place to unwind if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the Metro.

This upcoming long weekend, treat yourself to a sumptuous meal with a relaxing ambiance. Whether alfresco or with a view, there’s surely a place for you at Twin Lakes, the country’s first and only vineyard resort. Here’s where you might want to spend your long weekend at Twin Lakes Shopping Village:

1. La Creperie

La Creperie Photo by @igi_kun
La Creperie Photo by @igi_kun

Feeling a little starry-eyed like Emily in Paris? La Creperie serves a choice selection of home-style French food. Bask in the feeling of loving and living all things French and get to say “C’est la vie.”

La Creperie is open from Monday-Friday, 10am to 6pm, and Saturday-Sunday, 8am to 7pm. Book ahead by calling 0917 8211652.

2. Purple Beetle Cafe

Purple Beetle Photo by @jomdreyes
Purple Beetle Photo by @jomdreyes

For wandering artsy souls, inspiration can be found through good food and a picturesque view.

Purple Beetle is an art-themed café serving a little bit of everything in an artsy interior, where you can enjoy art activities and games.

Purple Beetle Cafe is open from 10am to 6pm. For advance orders and reservations, call 0936 232 4409 or 0938 063 1447.

3. Bag of Beans

Bag of BEans Photo by Jinia Allyza
Bag of Beans Photo by Jinia Allyza

If you’re looking for a laidback atmosphere while still feeling at home, a must-see place in Tagaytay is Bag of Beans. Exuding a rustic, homey ambiance, Bag of Beans serves freshly-baked pastries and delightful cuisines that feel like a warm hug.

Bag of Beans is open from Monday to Thursday, from 9:30am to 6pm, Friday from 9:30am to 7pm, and on weekends from 7am to 8pm. Call 0917 866 6949 for advance orders and reservations.

4. Bagoong Club

Bagoong Club
Bagoong Club

Sometimes it takes a humble condiment, often overlooked yet a household staple, to bring us nostalgia and comfort. Bagoong Club aspires to bring Filipino cuisine to the global map with its curated selection of dishes infused with bagoong.

Bagoong Club is open daily from 10am to 6pm.

5. Säntis Delicatessen


Simple moments could be made more magical with premium bites. Enjoy a chill picnic with a majestic view and fresh air and make it even worthwhile with Säntis Delicatessen’s world-class gourmet products.

Säntis Delicatessen is open daily from 8am to 5pm for take out services. Call them at 0927 235 3153.

6. Starbucks Coffee


Nothing feels more relaxing than taking a sip of your go-to coffee, but minus the daily buzz you’re used to. Grab your caffeine fix at Starbucks Twin Lakes and make your me-time extra special with alfresco dining and a relaxing view.

Starbucks is open on Mondays, and from Saturday to Sunday from 7am-8pm and Tuesday to Friday from 9am to 8pm.

For a safer and happier shopping and dining experience, make sure to follow safety and sanitation procedures to guide you when visiting Twin Lakes Shopping Village. To ensure public health and safety, preventive measures, continuous sanitation, and meticulous disinfection are being done by the Sanitation Squad in the area.

For more information on the latest updates, visit or contact our hotline at 8-462-8888.

Tagaytay Travel and Tour Packages

To help you plan out your vacation to Tagaytay City, we listed places to visit and other amazing things to do in Tagaytay. We also listed links to some of the best travel deals, tour packages, excellent flight deals, and accommodation options.

Searching for the best hotels, resorts, and affordable flights in the nearby Cities? Check out our list of affordable Tagaytay hotels and resorts via Agoda, Booking, or you may also see available Airbnb properties in Tagaytay City.

Want more updates about new package tours and tourist spots in Tagaytay City? Follow #TeamOutofTown, on Facebook, TwitterInstagram, Bloglovin, and Pinterest for more travel ideas.

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Written by Melo Villareal

Melo Villareal is the Online Publisher of He is an Accountant by profession who left the corporate world at the age of 23 to explore his beautiful country and the rest of the world. Today, Melo works as a part-time Social Media Manager for local and international clients. His full-time work focuses on discovering interesting culture, explore different cuisines and take memorable photos from local and international destinations he's visiting.

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