1966 CAFÉ & RESTAURANT | Discovering Bago City’s Delights

1966 CAFÉ & RESTAURANT | Discovering Bago City's Delights

1966 Cafè & Restaurant: “Capturing Culinary Delights and Special Moments:   and Lei Lani savoring refreshing drinks and indulging in delectable egg pie at San Enrique. We were granted permission to bring in our own food, making it a day of unique culinary adventures and unforgettable memories!”

1966 Cafè & Restaurant in Bago City

Continuing our memorable trip from Wayne’s in San Enrique, our adventure takes us to the enchanting Bago City, my hometown. While originally planning for a delightful cup of coffee, we couldn’t resist the temptation to make a pit stop at Adeng’s in San Enrique for their famous Buko Pies. Little did we know that our detour would lead us to a hidden gem – 1966 Cafè & Restaurant in Bago City.

1966 Cafè & Restaurant:

A Pleasant Surprise As we made our way to the Coffee Shop, located just behind the City Hall of Pago, we were greeted by a tranquil atmosphere. The welcoming staff made us feel right at home as we entered the cozy establishment.

1966 CAFÉ & RESTAURANT | Discovering Bago City's Delights

1966 Cafè & Restaurant: “Embracing Good Vibes: I couldn’t resist choosing this corner as my favorite spot, and it’s all thanks to the vibrant red chair that fills me with so much positivity and happiness. There’s something about the color and design that instantly uplifts my spirits and creates an atmosphere of pure joy and relaxation. Whether it’s the cozy cushioning or the way the chair perfectly complements the surrounding decor, being seated here fills me with an undeniable sense of comfort and contentment. It’s in this corner that I find myself completely at ease, allowing me to unwind, reflect, and appreciate the little moments that bring immense pleasure to my life. The red chair has become more than just a piece of furniture; it has become a symbol of the good vibes that radiate from this special corner”

Unveiling the Delights:

While still savoring the flavors of our earlier meal, we decided to indulge in the rich aroma of freshly brewed coffee at the shop. Engiemar and I chose their specialty coffees, while Lei Lani, not a coffee enthusiast, opted for a refreshing soda. To our delight, the bill came to a pleasant surprise – a mere P100. The affordability of the drinks did not compromise the quality or the ambiance of the coffee shop.

Captivating Ambiance and Friendly Staff:

The1966 Cafè & Restaurant boasts a spacious, well-designed interior that exudes a cozy charm. With clean restroom facilities and attentive staff, our visit was truly enjoyable. We even took the opportunity to snap some photos with the friendly staff, capturing the essence of our experience.

1966 CAFÉ & RESTAURANT | Discovering Bago City's Delights

An All-Round Haven:

Aside from its delectable coffee offerings, 1966 Cafè & Restaurant also serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, making it a versatile culinary destination. It’s worth noting that the shop tends to close early in the evening, making it an ideal spot for a leisurely morning or midday gathering.

Future Culinary Explorations:

While our focus was on the delightful experience at 1966 Cafè & Restaurant this time, we can’t overlook the scrumptious Egg Pies we had the pleasure of sampling at Adeng’s in San Enrique. We look forward to future adventures, where we’ll explore the diverse food offerings of Bago City and share our discoveries with you.

1966 CAFÉ & RESTAURANT | Discovering Bago City's Delights

“An Ideal Space for Intimate Gatherings: Nestled within the captivating ambiance of 1966 Cafè & Restaurant.  This air-conditioned space offers the perfect setting for small, intimate gatherings, where friends and loved ones can come together to create cherished memories.   Whether it’s a cozy family reunion, an intimate birthday celebration, or a gathering of close friends, this inviting space sets the stage for unforgettable experiences. “


Our journey from Wayne’s to 1966 Cafè & Restaurant in Bago City has been an incredible experience filled with unexpected delights. From savoring the iconic Buko Pies at Ade’s to immersing ourselves in the warm ambiance of the place, our trip has left us with lasting memories. Join us as we continue to uncover hidden gems, one cup of coffee at a time. Stay tuned for more captivating tales from our adventures!

Al Fresco Area at 1966 Cafè & Restaurant, is perfect for delightful nights and tranquil mornings when the weather is just right.

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