Lounge with a view

Keeping its reputation as a world-class entertainment space, Cove Manila opened the Sunset Lounge, a bar lounge featuring a stunning view of the Manila Bay sunset. 

The Sunset Lounge offers an unparalleled place to unwind after a hard day’s work, with Sunset Sessions as the best way to kick back with live music, delicious cocktails, and good food.

Sunset Lounge at Cove Manila offers a relaxing space to enjoy good food and refreshing cocktails with a lovely view of the Manila Bay sunset.
Enjoy signature cocktail during Sunset Session. These classic cocktails come with a Cove Manila twist: The Cove G’ n T (P400) is Gin Mare blended with grape fruit bitters, olive brine, and finished with tonic water; The Spicy Whisky Sour (P500) is Jim Beam, spiced honey water, and celery bitters; while El Saraboso (P400) is the finest blackberry liqueur blended with Cazadores Reposado Tequila, apple juice, and agave syrup, finished with ginger ale.

Cove Manila’s Chef de Cuisine, Paul Jean-Baptiste Cottanceau-Pocard crafted the bar menu, serving up elevated bar chow options, including the Choripán (P480), made of Argentinian sausage, sourdough baguette, old-fashioned aioli, salsa criolla, chimichurri, and house-made pickles with French fries on the side; and Cornflake Chicken Fingers (P470), marinated cornflake-breaded chicken tenders with parmesan and honey mustard dressing.

Sunset Sessions starts at 5 p.m. to 12 midnight
Sunset Sessions starts at 5:00 p.m. until to 12 midnight on Sundays to Wednesdays, and from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays

Happy hour is from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m., during which all drinks are buy one, get one. Group packages are available.

For more information, visit or go to Cove Manila Facebook page.

Topics: Cove , Manila , opened , Sunset Lounge , bar lounge , Chef de Cuisine , Paul Jean-Baptiste Cottanceau-Pocard
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