5 Restaurants You Must Visit When You’re Either Looking for Peace or Fun

Just like Baguio English Schools Association, there are restaurants that are managed and operated by one management – The Camp.  This is a hub of several restaurants from casual dining to lively pubs. All are entertaining and astonishing, each revealing a unique distinction from one another.

Most of them are found in the center range of the City of Pines within Upper Session Road and Leonard Wood Street, just in front of Teacher’s Camp. Based on the hearsay, it is said that the owners of each restaurant are relatives building their legacy in the food industry.

Here are 5 restaurants that we recommend for you to visit. We present to you these restaurants in no particular order:

ZOLA Resto Cafe

Patria Building, Session Rd, Baguio, 2600 Benguet

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/zolarestocafe

ZOLA or Zest Of Life’s Abundance was the first to be established among this group.

Drop Out

Upper Session Rd, Baguio, 2600 Benguet

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dropoutbaguio

Drop Out is a shortened name originally Drop by, Hang Out.

Sala

Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/salabaguio

Sala is a Filipino word which means Living Room, and it will make you feel like dining right in your cozy living room.

Hardin

Leonard Wood Road, Cabinet Hill-Teacher’s Camp, Baguio City

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HardinRestoCafe

Hardin, a Filipino word, defined as Garden which brings you more closely with nature while having your meal or to unwind.

The Joint

Leonard Wood Road, Cabinet Hill-Teacher’s Camp, Baguio City

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/damngoodsickjoint

The Joint is shortened version of Just Another Damn Good Sick Joint which will make you really sick if you will not visit this place.

 

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