In a city packed with bars and clubs, Book & Borders offers bookworms and individuals with quieter passions their own relaxing respite. The latest themed café to open in Tomas Morato, McKinley Hill, and Eastwood City, Book & Borders has become one of the metro’s more popular hangouts, and not for the reasons that you’d typically expect. While coffee shops and cafes are now a dime a dozen, Book & Borders puts itself in a class of its own, distinguishing itself as a haven for people who want to enjoy a more relaxed afternoon, sipping their favorite brew and immersed in their favorite books.
“I’m so ecstatic that there’s finally a place for people like us. It’s cozy and inviting, and you won’t get too distracted like in crowded cafes. ‘Books + coffee’ spells the perfect afternoon,” shares Kapuso artist and budding poet Benjamin Alves.
Do indulge your sweet tooth with scrumptious varieties of cakes and squares. Try the Book & Borders bestseller: the Queso de Bola Cake! For something more filling, the menu also offers delicious pastas (Truffle Mushroom Pasta and Tuyo Pasta) and sandwiches like the Beef Pastrami Panini as well as hearty rice dishes. Of course, aside from their famous brewed coffee and cold coffee-concoctions, you must not forget to sample their array of refreshing smoothies, calming teas and juices.
Currently, Books & Borders stages local musicians and artists into its fold. Featured OPM singers include Keiko Necesario and Gio Levy, to name a few. For more information, go visit their Facebook page here.
Book & Borders is located at 281 Tomas Morato, Quezon City and RC-RCM and RD-RDM Building 5, Tuscany Estates, Mckinley Hill, Bonifacio Global City, and Eastwood City, Quezon City. For more news and updates, follow Book & Borders on Instagram and Twitter. You may also call them on mobile no. (0932) 871 7856.