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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Valentine Promos in Naga 2016


On this page you will see promos and events for the upcoming Valentine's Day in Naga City. Bookmark this page now for updates!

Directory of Flower Shops in Naga CLICK HERE

This Valentine’s Day, Avenue Plaza Hotel has the perfect night planned for comedy lovers! 
A romantic evening laughing along with the country’s best impersonator as Avenue presents FALLING IN LAUGH, a very special night of comedy featuring hilarious acts of Mr. Jon Santos

Let’s laugh out #LOVE on February 14, 2016 at The Tent, Avenue Plaza Hotel. For ticket reservations or more info, call (054) 473 9999 or 0918 823 9999


Celebrate fun, love and laughter with family and friends! DICE Boardgame Cafe is having a social mixer this February 13, 2016. Seating time slots are 12nn to 3pm, 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm, and 7:30 - 10:30 pm. Tickets are available at our cafe and sold at P300.00 and P400.00* consumable per person. We will have inter-table games and will be giving away special prizes!
In addition, as our Valentines Gift for everybody, the ticket can be used as a discount card on your next visit**. Spread the Love!
*400.00 for 7:30-10:30 slot
**redeemable weekdays-month of February

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Woodstone Kitchen Valentine's Special

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DANIEL PADILLA Live in Naga City
February 20, 2016
Get your tickets via SM Tickets HERE or at SM Cinema Naga
Ticket starts at P150 to P3,180.





Monday, January 11, 2016

National Digital Arts Awards 2015 Awarding Concert at the Resorts World Manila


Winners of the 2015 National Digital Arts Awards (NDAA) will be announced at the National Digital Arts Awards 2015 Awarding Concert on January 15, 2016, 6:00 p.m. at the Newport Performing Arts Theater, Resorts World Manila, Pasay City. Special performers Up Dharma Down, Kean and Eunice, Parokya ni Edgar, and Alden Richards will be entertaining the crowd during the awarding concert.



This year’s competition was open for Filipino students. Themed #DIGITALPINOYAKO, NDAA seeks to cultivate the creativity and national awareness of young Filipino digital artist, especially the multimedia arts and design students and enthusiasts.

Both categories will have its respective grand winners, 2nd and 3rd placers, and people’s choice awardees. The grand winner for print category will receive a cash prize of Php175, 000, 2nd place winner will receive Php150, 000, and Php100,000 for the 3rd place winner.

For motion graphics category, grand winner will receive a cash prize of Php200,000, 2nd place winner will win Php150,000, and 3rd place winner will receive Php125,000.  A total of One million of cash prizes will be given away to all the recipients.

Aside from cash prizes, all winners and People’s Choice Awardees will receive the iconic NDAA trophy and certificate.

Started in 2012, NDAA is an advocacy project of Globaltronics, a company that specializes in out-of-home advertising and digital solutions.  NDAA is an annual competition for Filipino digital artists that aims to highlight their skills and talents as well as to recognize the capabilities of the local digital art community in instilling nationalism and positive values among Filipinos.

National Digital Arts Awards 2015 #DIGITALPINOYAKO is presented by Globaltronics and co-presented by Resorts World Manila.

Tickets for the NDAA2015 Awarding Concert are now available. For ticket inquiries, call 721-2878 or contact Pau a­t 0915-2153054.

For more information about the awards, please visit www.ndaa.globatronics.net, NDAA Facebook page www.facebook.com/NDAAPhilippines, and follow NDAA on Twitter: @NDAAPhilippines.

Monday, January 4, 2016

Where to Stay in Legazpi City: Casablanca Suites


Legazpi City, Albay - Had the opportunity to stay overnight at the City of Fun and Adventure, all thanks to the organizers of Desserts Unlimited 2015. Places to stay in a certain city of province is always a top search in Google. There are a lot of hotels in Legazpi and Albay and at least I'm down to to my first review..

Buena mano. Casablanca Suites is officially the first hotel that I'll be able to recommend since it's the first that I have stayed in. An overnight stay is all that it takes to give an impression.

The Casablanca Suites is strategically located near Legazpi Business District. Malls, restaurants and other shopping centers are all just a ride away. Furnished in a neo-classic style, Casablanca Suites is a two-level hotel with 19 rooms and suites for businessmen and travelers alike. The rooms are air-conditioned with 32" TV with cable channels, a complimentary WiFi and LAN unlimited internet access.

Image Source: http://casablancasuites.ph


Once you enter the hotel, you will immediately see upfront the reception desk. On the right side is the lounge area and on the left side is the in-house restaurant of Casablanca. 


Front desk at night



The Bar
Lounge Area


On the left are the Deluxe Rooms, which we also got to try. Deluxe Rooms offer a view of the Mayon Volcano while the Superior Rooms offer a view of the urban side of Legazpi. It was a rainy weekend during our stay, so Mayon never did say hello to us even just for a while. I'm guessing the Executive Suite is also on the left wing with a view of Mayon and the Junior Suite on the right wing. 


Rooms available are Superior Room, Deluxe Room, Junior Suite and the Executive Suite. Published rate starts at P3,500 for the Superior Room and P4,900 for the Executive Suite. Extra Person will cost P900. PROMO rates starts as low as P2,800 for the Superior and P3,920 for the Executive Suite and an extra person will only cost P720. For photos of the Superior Room, Junior and Executive Suite you can check on the hotel's website. BOOK HERE and check the rates, they are still on promo since it's off peak.  

DELUXE ROOM

Apologies for the dim photo, used my phone for this shot.


Oops there's a busted light on the right.


The Deluxe Room offers comfort and privacy, offering a view of the Majestic Mayon. With a room dimension of 24 square meters carpeted floor with two (2) rubber latex Double Beds.

The room has a bathroom equipped with 24-hour hot and cold rain shower and a hair dryer. Shower area is separated only by a double shower curtain to make sure the mirror area and the bowl area can be kept dry. The bathroom also has an extension of the service phone. Inside the room the main service phone is in between the bed.


The toiletries will always be a basic in every hotel. But I did not see any toothbrush and toothpaste. I did not bother anyway because I brought my own. 

Each room features complimentary broadband Internet and LAN access, in-room electronic safety box, 32" LCD with cable TV, alarm clock with radio, coffee/tea making facilities, mini-bar and refrigerator.

The working table is just right for bloggers like us and like any other businessmen. But then we end up working on the bed since it's more cozy to snuggle in between the sheets. There are plenty of outlets that's why charging your gadgets won't be a problem. They also have a Bible placed inside the drawer for Catholics.

Regarding the WiFi access, the service was a bit sluggish when the clock stroked at around midnight. I have my Globe Data just in case so that I can still work whenever wherever. But we decided to cap the night and dozed off. When we woke up, the WiFi is up and running. If you can notice, I did not ask for any verification regarding the amenities that I was looking for, at that point in time I wanted everything to be spontaneous and I'm not really a person who complains a lot because I appreciate everything around me as long as it does not reduce my productivity and comfort.


The 3-in1 coffee and and bottled water are the only items here that are free of charge. They left a piece of paper on top of the rack where the goods are itemized with the corresponding price. I did not also see any kettle around for our coffee just in case. Maybe it's a standard for the hotel to ask for it in the front desk. 

All rainy during the weekend, Alternate Road side of the hotel wit the view of Mayon supposedly.

Kamias is there in-house restaurant. Now what do they have for breakfast? It's complimentary by the way. Choose from among the different sets and platters then your choice of coffee, hot chocolate (tablea) or fruit juice. They also have free flowing Congee during our stay and fresh-cut fruits served after our meal.





  • Left: English Big Breakfast includes  Fried Potato, Baked Beans, Grilled Button Mushroom, Ham/Bacon, Sunny Side Up Egg, Bread Butter and Jam, Hot Coffee
  • Top Right: Set B Pork Tapa, Hotdogs in Sweet Chili Sauce, Fried Dilis, Sunny Side Up Egg, Garlic Fried Rice
  • My choice, the Bicolano Big Breakfast with Adobo sa Asin, Daing na New Look, Guinobatan Longganisa, Scrambled Eggs, Garlic rice, Suman de Legazpi, Native Hot Chocolate

Other Big Breakfast Platter are:

  • Set A Corned Beef, Pork Tocino, Baked Beans, Scrambled Eggs, Garlic Fried Rice
  • Set C Bacon, Meatloaf, Vegetable Omelette, Baked Beans, Bread with Jam and Butter
I chose the Bicolano Big Breakfast since I am new to the Guinobatan Longganisa (One Town, One Product 'OTOP' of Guinobatan) which apparently are small in size and personally it tasted like a little bit of Lucban's Longganisa. The New Look dried fish is always a favorite but I got a bit disappointed because I was looking for the Suman de Lagazpi. I loved the hot chocolate. Since they used the tablea, it always reminds me of my childhood years. 


Rate Includes (lifted from the hotel's website):
  • Complimentary breakfast
  • Complimentary airport transfer
  • Complimentary internet connection (In-room Wi-Fi)
  • Rates apply for single/double occupancy 
  • Two (2) children, 12 years old and below, occupying the same room and sharing bed and amenities with parents are FREE OF CHARGE.
  • Check-out time is 12:00 noon. Late check-out is upon request, subject to space availability and corresponding charges. Check-in time is 2:00PM.
  • Rates are subject to change without prior notice.
Other hotel details that I liked.

 Kamias and Eatalia plus a local bar within your reach.


Overall, if you are a traveler with a little bit of extra on the budget, Casablanca Suites will really give you the comfort you need after a whole day of fun and adventure in Albay. They also have a spa and massage service just in case you need one. Since Albay is actually known as the City of Fun and Adventure, I think it would be nice for the hotel to consider to provide pamphlets or brochures regarding must visit places and restaurants to visit in the province. I believe it's still different to read it from a local source other than what we can readily search online. 

The comfort level with the rate is justifiable. The rooms are very spacious which I also liked. Even Kris Aquino stayed in this hotel back in January 2011 so it means the service somehow met the standards of the actress.

So if you are in Legazpi and you're looking for a place to stay, book at Casablanca Suites and your stay in Albay will be surely satisfying. Dios Mabalos to Casablanca Suites for being our home for the weekend last December 19 and 20, 2015. We are also grateful to Ms. Erika of the Sublime Events Designer Co. the organizer of Desserts Unlimited for tagging us to Casablanca for a hassle free stay in Legazpi. 

More power and God bless! 



Casa Blanca Suites
Benny Imperial Street (Alternate Road), Legazpi City, 4500 Albay
Facebook Page: Casablanca Suites

Sunday, January 3, 2016

Desserts Unlimited 2015 in Legazpi City


Legazpi City, Albay - The sweetest event in Bicol for 2015 took place in LCC Mall Legazpi for the Unlimited Desserts 2015. Inspired by movies like Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, this event was designed primarily to provide a destination for everyone to enjoy sweet tasty desserts. Sublime Events Designer Co. was able to showcase around 32 Bicol's best dessert shops from local bakers and pasty shops to promote the region's local flavors.




The 2-day event was full of activities that every member of the family got to enjoy. Since it's the holidays and a time for giving, the event also had a Santa Corner where children got to donate books and school supplies. Children had the opportunity to be Santa's little helpers this Christmas to help children in need. The children who donated supplies had the chance to have their picture taken with Santa Claus.











The Chocolate Jolly Bingo was absolutely fun since the organizers implemented a twist in the mechanics. If you have the number on your Bingo card as read by the host and the bell rang, the participants received a treat of chocolate, cookie sticks or candy.





A seminar on How to Start a Dessert Business was shared by the Alec Pena of Bratanella Patisserie. Hobby and passion into a successful business just like Brat's started with cupcakes as her final project for her college degree. Inspired by Alec's sister, she started from basic baking skills and has now invested into further culinary studies. Indeed she has a lot more to share with her loyal customers. Everything is personal, from baking to designing, promotional materials up to final touch of the packaging of the pastries. Pretty sure that the audience, especially the students, got  inspired by Bratanella's presentation.

Angelica "Alec" Pena of Bratanelle Patisserie during her presentation on How to Start a Dessert Business
For more photos of the exhibitors, CLICK HERE

Easy, delicious and fun Christmas Desserts was also presented by Chef Jamie of ICARS through a cooking demo. A personality development seminar focusing on success principles that will help people reach their goals was shared by Teacher Queenie Maravillas, a motivational speaker based in Albay.

Visit Bratanella Patisserie on FB for more delicious pastries
For more photos of the exhibitors, CLICK HERE

Cakes, cookies and pastries were common during the event, but the Pili Pulp Ice Cream caught my attention being the sole exhibitor of ice cream plus the camote-based products of Camote Creations. The Pili Pulp Ice Cream of Sweet Treats Albay is extra special. Created by a group of students of Bicol University as their project, this product will surely go a long way if supported well.

To conclude the event, the participants were serenaded by the sweetest voices of Bicol as they sang beautiful heartwarming Christmas songs.


For more photos during the event, CLICK HERE


These are some of the exhibitors based in Legazpi, Albay who joined the Desserts Unlimited: Sweet Surprise by Yumi with Lolli Cake Pops and Cookie Pops, Chubby's Cakes and Cupcakes with cakes and pastries for all occasions, Gillian's Cakes with all sorts of cakes available, Pili Pulp Ice Cream of Sweet Treats AlbayLyz' Cheesecakes Etc.Tasse de Cafe, Camote-based products of Camote CreationsMy Sweets Page, Chocolate House, Sweet Daphilne, Delsh by Margaux, Carlyle's Cake Jars, Slimshady Sugar and Party Plus, My Sweet O Cake Sions, C and  Little Sweets

Two shops based in Naga traveled all the way to Legazpi to share their creations such as #Yummies and Bratanella Patisserie.

Having this kind of event in a certain locality is a good opportunity for these budding entrepreneurs to get noticed. The two-day event did not only focus on the desserts per se but was a total holiday event package for the locals of all ages to enjoy. Gift-giving, talks, contests and the super fun Choco Bingo plus the opportunity to learn from one another was a success in this two-day sweet event.

We really had so much fun during the two day event. Hearing "Bicol Bloggers' on OK FM Legazpi was also a sweet treat for us.
Thank You Ms. Erika fo Sublime Events Designer Co. for tapping us for your event.
Mabalos to Casablanca Suites for the Bicol Bloggers' overnight accommodation. Check out my latest blog post HERE about my review of Casablanca Suites!



Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Lakbay Filipinas, For Your Travel Buddies


Naga City - Holidays are here! Gift suggestions may not just be enough when we try to figure out what to get for the special people around us. One of the basic questions we ask is "What does he/she like?" Perhaps if we know the person too well, getting something useful for them is always the best option. Havaianas recently launched Filipinas 2015 with a new collection. Havaianas continues to celebrate fun, fashion, and creativity as the brand collaborates with three young Filipino artists: Abbey Sy, Alessandra Lanot, and Patrick Cabral. The three designs (Lakbay by Abbey Sy, Laro by Patrick Cabral, and Lasap by Alessandra Lanot) perfectly capture the fun of Philippine travel, food, and childhood games.

NCD is a lifestyle, food, travel blog and everything in between. Having the "Lakbay" pair made me realize that printed photographs are still the best when it comes to retrieving our travel memoirs. While we leave footprints in the places we visit and take nothing but pictures, that precious moment how and where we took them will always linger in our memories. Printed photographs are easier to retrieve and will not need any device to view it. Sure we spend a little extra for developing our shots, but one day, we will surely appreciate that we did have them printed. 

Photo enthusiasts and professionals takes a big deal out of storage devices. Like a decent flash drive is not enough but external hard drives is a must. I regret that I am failing the aspect of having my photos printed and relying too much on the digital advantage. But I guess it's never too late, I hope I can find another time and sit down and extract my photos from my storage devices and have the special ones printed. On the photo are some of the photos that I took way back 2010. That was the last time I did it. Gosh that's too long a time already. Traveling does not stop and photos are now in bulk so let's take time to print them once in a while. 

So if you have travel buddies, getting them this pair will surely boost up their lust for traveling. Like Havaianas, they also remind us to never stop exploring what our country has to offer. Like what I usually say, exploring your own city, province and region is endless.

Bring back the good ol' days with your best friends! This year's Filipinas collection will have the barkada remembering the games, food, and endless summers of childhood. Each pair comes in a drawstring knapsack too. Limited edition pairs are only P1,195 at any All Flip-Flops stores or at any select Havaianas retailers nationwide. 





Sunday, December 20, 2015

Pia Alonzo Wurtzback is Miss Universe 2015


Philippines - Just as when we were so busy for our outreach activity, I kept on following the updates on Twitter regarding today's pageant, Miss Universe. The moment when Pia Wurtzback got in the Top 5 and Top 3, we all had goosebumps right then and there. Miss Universe Colombia contestant Ariadna Gutierrez was mistakenly announced as the winner of Miss Universe by the host Steve Harvey. Ms. Colombia wore the crown for four minutes. Miss Philippines Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach was eventually announced as Miss Universe 2015. After 42 long years, the crown is back to our country. A very proud moment for us all! 

Photo Credits to Miss Universe Twitter Account




Video uploaded by: www.7News.com.au on Facebook.


Miss Universe 2015**BREAKING** Miss Universe Colombia contestant Ariadna Gutierrez mistakenly announced as the winner of Miss Universe.She wore the crown for four minutes.Miss Philippines Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach eventually announced as Miss Universe 2015.Full story on 7 News at 6pm.www.7News.com.au#BreakingNews #MissUniverse
Posted by 7 News Perth on Sunday, 20 December 2015


Here's Steve Harvey's reiterated apology as posted on his Facebook account.

Hey Everyone, I made a terrible mistake tonight in announcing the wrong winner and runner-up for the Miss Universe...
Posted by Steve Harvey on Sunday, 20 December 2015

Saturday, December 19, 2015

Naga City's Electric Tricycles


Finally! I got to ride an E-Trike! Normally, E-Trikes and Taxicles are almost always fully loaded. For a greener Naga, E-trikes will definitely help lessen air pollution in our city if eventually old tricycles will be phased out. I know any bold move of replacing the old with the new irks a bit our Tricycle operators. I hope they become open minded about this green initiative.

Electric tricycles can also accommodate 6 to 8 passengers similar to that of the Taxicles. Believed to have low operating cost than that of the gasoline operated tricycles, E-trikes also has a minimum fare of P8.


Since it is electric, expect a quite journey when it comes to its mechanism. Though quietness of the engine is a plus, I hope the units can have railings where passengers can hold on to especially if you're seated at the middle and the rear of the tricycle. The sudden force of the unit when accelerating can make the passenger feel unbalanced and I for myself fear of falling at the back of the unit. But overall, the electric tricycles are definitely for the win since we need to lessen our air-pollution in our city. 

Here's a short clip of my e-trike journey. :)


E-Trikes sa Ciudad nin Naga: An Maogmang Lugar (Naga City, Bicol)#nagacitydeck
Posted by Bicol Deck on Saturday, 19 December 2015

UP Harong 20th Academic Festival


20TH ACADEMIC FESTIVAL 
Strengthening the Ties: The Youth Engagement in Appraising the Progress of Internationalization 

Coming this 6-9 January 2016 
University of Nueva Caceres, Naga City

Presented by 
University of the Philippines Harong 
together with the Naga City Government, University of Nueva Caceres, SM City Naga, and ASIAWISE STUDY CENTER, INC.
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For inquiries, contact Paula (0929 474 8617) or send an email to acadfest@gmail.com.



Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Dice Boardgame Cafe


Naga City - Another cafe! Yes! Another one in Magsaysay Avenue! Naga's orbit of coffee shops is becoming huge as new concepts and different passions collide among businessmen. Games of some sort like chess boards or snakes and ladders etc.  are common in a number of coffee shops in Naga. These are an added entertainment value on the establishment aside from the main feature which can be a specialty dish or the concept of the place. There's a new cafe in the city which focused on this extra entertainment value where people of all ages can play, enjoy and eat to their heart's content.


Board Game Capital of Naga. Dice BoardGame Cafe is of no doubt the Board Game capital in Naga City. The owners, who are a circle of friends, realized on putting up the first place in Naga for board game fanatics. Playing board games has been their stress reliever and the collection grew and grew as they discover games of various themes. They got inspired of a cafe in Manila of the same kind and decided to have their own version here in Naga. The long stretch of games are based on so many aspects that will require logical and analytical thinking, hand and eye coordination, precision, strategic alliances, money matters and many more. Different characters, different communities, movie based or even series based (Game of Thrones caught my attention), with characters so creative and unthinkable, adorable and warrior-like and the list can go on and on. All these descriptions about the board games are never enough as there are around 80 AND COUNTING sourced locally and abroad.


An opportunity to play board games we may never be able to purchase in our lifetime. First, the rack of board games at Dice will give us the opportunity to play games we never thought existed. From the packaging, they have the impression that all these board games are really expensive and it's not a joke if you lose a piece or two. You will be open to a new world of games when you visit this cafe. Secondly, Dice is giving us the opportunity to play with games where most of us didn't ever prioritize to purchase for our families. With this opportunity, we should be thankful that Dice is sharing the fun and joy that they too experienced.  And mind you, these are all hard earned board games that's why we too should handle them with care. 


Don't rock the boat! So be careful where to put your penguins!




Traditional board games will help us do more human interaction which we lack nowadays when dining out in restaurants. It's a common scenario when customers use their smartphones and tablets as if having their own worlds even though they are all seated in one table. Here at Dice, the traditional way of playing board games will boost relationships between family or friends. Any game that is tangible and interactive in a face to face manner is still therapeutic than by just tapping on tablets and playing online.


This game requires concentration. Trust me, don't let the size of it fool you for it requires brain exercise.

One board game per table policy. While there are numerous board games to choose from, only one game per table is allowed. Having this kind of policy will somehow lengthen the lifespan of the board games. The tables at Dice is also ideal for only one game.



While waiting for your food, you can start choosing your board game or toy. You can also ask for recommendations from any of the crew. Plus, they will also give you a little introduction about the game and show you how it's going to be played. There are games that require more time that you can continue during your next visit. At least you'll get to try Dice's food again and you'll have more reasons to go back since there are so many games to choose from and I heard they are still adding more. 


Notice where are food were placed while waiting for the the orders to be complete? Yup, there's a rack so that the pieces of the board games won't get spoiled and wet. Of course you want to play freely right? Trust me you  need space, especially when the excitement level of the game rises, you'll never know where your hands might be going haha. 

Now about the food. Dice offers starters, burgers, pasta, dessert and drinks. For STARTERS, there are Potato Wedges, Potato Tokens, Fries Overload, Nachos, Calamares, Cheese Balls, Fish and Chips, Ham and Cheese Roll and Chicken Tenders. Price ranges from P110 to P180.

We got to try the Potato Tokens which is somehow Mojos-inspired of Shakeys and the Cheese Balls which I have to say can be a must-order every time you're at Dice. No wonder that the Cheese Balls is one of their best sellers.

Chicken Tenders

10 pieces of cheese balls per serving and the sauce is so delicious!
BURGERS are from P180 to P220. Choose from Classic, Triple Bacon, Triple Chili Cheese and Hawaiian Bacon Burger. The burgers are paired with Potato Wedges and can be good for sharing for the not so heavy eaters.

Lazada PhilippinesThe most interesting burger they have for me personally is the Triple Bacon and Triple Chili Burger. Who doesn't love Bacon right? These two have a special bacon jam and spread which I think (I may be wrong) I haven't seen in any other restaurants here in Naga. The patty also has bacon bits in it. When I usually hear Hawaiian Burgers, I usually remember my favorite Amazing Aloha from Jollibee back when I was still in high school. Then suddenly there was a slight change in taste. From that time on, I have been searching for the best Hawaiian Burger there is in town. The Hawaiian Bacon Burger of Dice may be a bit close to that but I hope next time it will be juicier. Don't get me wrong though, the patties are really flavorful.

Triple Bacon

Hawaiian Bacon Burger

All of the PASTA available is priced at P150. Pretty good serving size which can also be for sharing and their best seller is the Tomato-Pesto. They also have Creamy Carbonara and Tuna Pesto Pasta.




Tuna Pesto Pasta

Dessert starts at P80 to P120. Choose from Single/Double Waffle with Ice Cream, Ice Cream Sundae and Affogato
Single Waffle with Ice Cream



Hot Drinks start from P45 to P90. Cold Drinks start at P 40  to P105 while Milk Shakes are at P150. Specialty coffees will soon be available at Dice. Will just update you about it once available.

Chocolate Milkshake
Vanilla Milkshake
I liked their Caramel Macchiato because it's not too sweet

"Happy games kind of noise" is a standard at Dice. Talking about games as an extra entertainment value in other cafes, we sometimes get annoyed when we hear customers laughing out loud because of the board games that they are playing. Here at Dice, noise brought about the games is a standard. You will never get annoyed since it's a guarantee that your group will enjoy the games and laugh out loud. 

Dice is definitely not the alone time kind of cafe. We have many cafes here in Naga catering to that side of the world and Dice caters to people who wants to spend time with other people. Make sure you come with your friends, colleagues as well as with your families. 

I can see some Dice Boardgame Cafe Game Night in the future. I bet this will really be fun! Visit Dice at Magsaysay Avenue, they are open from 2pm to 11pm and tell me what you think. They also have a second floor to accommodate customers, but because Dice is getting famous, there are many customers who are willing to wait and you should too. Game face on!

Mabalos Ann, Hubert, Fraulyn and the rest of you guys for the amazing time at Dice! More power!

DICE Boardgame Cafe
#29 Magsaysay Avenue
Store Hours: 2:00 pm to 11:00 pm
(Beside South Hills Bar & Resto)
Facebook Page: DICE Boardgame Cafe
Instagram: @diceboardgamecafe