August 18, 2016

Where Can You Watch a Game with Some Beer and Grub in Cebu City

Sports fans can feel the thrill of victory in Cebu’s top sports bars.
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Sports have always been a part of the life of every Cebuano. This is evident in the number of Cebuano athletes who have made a name for themselves, including basketball player Dondon Hontiveros, billiard player Warren Kiamco, karateka OJ de los Santos, and runner Mary Joy Tabal.

For people who are not as agile and strong as these athletes or who are simply happy to cheer for their favorite teams than play sports, there are some bars in Cebu City where they can watch their favorite sports over a bottle or two.


Raphael’s Sports Café


Luxury sports café located along Andres Abellaña Street


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Photo courtesy of Rafael’s Sports Café


Sports junkies can easily watch the latest developments in sports on five 51-inch LED flat televisions at Raphael’s Sports Café. Aside from showing live games and sports shows, the bar also offers a wide variety of food and drinks that customers can enjoy while cheering for their respective teams. While many of its regulars are foreign students studying at a nearby English language school, the café also has a number of Filipinos among their regular clients.


Looking for other hangout places for expats in Cebu? Read Fusion of Cultures in the Cebu Restaurant Scene


The menu at Raphael’s Sports Café is a good mix of Filipino, American, Japanese, Italian, and Asian fusion cuisine. The place also offers a number of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Prices for food items are between PhP80, for their gyoza, and PhP420, for their double deck burger. On the other hand, beverage prices are between PhP45, for the mineral water, and PhP140, for the piña colada.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Photo courtesy of Rafael’s Sports Café


Raphael’s Sports Café is open from 5:00 PM to 1:00 AM every day. They also accept reservations for functions, meetings, and other events.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

The Raphael’s Sports Café dining area (Photo courtesy of Rafael’s Sports Café)


The best time to visit the place is at around 7:00 PM when the evening crowd has yet to arrive. While Raphael’s Sports Café offers ample parking space for its customers, there may be instances when it will not be easy to find a spot, especially when there’s a major sports event.

To get to Raphael’s Sports Café, visitors can simply take a taxi to Andres Abellaña Street. The bar is located along the right side of the road, a few meters away from The Original AA BBQ.


Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar


Sports bar in the middle of the entertainment hub of Cebu City


Cebu City sports bars 2016

The Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar dining area (Photo courtesy of Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar)


Located at the heart of the newest entertainment hub in the city, Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar touts itself as the biggest sports bar in Cebu City. The bar has a number of large-screen televisions showing all sports channels available in the archipelago. Customers can sit on the comfy sofas at the bar. In addition to meeting the viewing needs of its guests, Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar also has two pool tables and two dartboards for their visitors to use.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Guests watching a bout over a bottle of beer (Photo courtesy of Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar)


Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar offers American and Filipino dishes for its customers. The prices of the food items at the bar range from PhP100 for the french fries up to PhP380 for the 14-inch S/F Fire House Pizza. On the other hand, prices of drinks range from PhP40 for mineral water up to PhP7,350 for a bottle of Macallan Scotch whisky.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Alive band playing at the Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar (Photo courtesy of Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar)


Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar also has a stage where a live band plays every 8:00 PM. The bar is open from 4:00 PM until 4:00 AM. The place also has enough space for events and functions for 150 guests.

While the place offers a suitable parking area at the back of the building, it may not be easy to find a spot at night since it shares the parking area with the other bars located in the same building. The best time to visit the bar is late in the afternoon until early evening since the place tends to become crowded after these times.


Banilad Sports Club


A sports oasis with a tennis court, a swimming pool, and a billiard table in the middle of the city


Cebu City sports bars 2016

The entrance to Banilad Sports Club (Photo courtesy of Banilad Sports Club)


Formerly called Sand Trap, Banilad Sports Club is one of the oldest restaurants frequented by expats in Cebu City. The place went through a major renovation in 2014 when the new owners took over and upgraded its facilities. It offers customers a place where they can sit and relax while watching their favorite sports over a bottle of their favorite beverage.

The Banilad Sports Club offers traditional Filipino dishes along with authentic Mediterranean cuisine. The place also offers a number of delicious vegetarian dishes for guests who want to eat healthy.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Poolside at the Banilad Sports Club (Photo courtesy of Banilad Sports Club)


Aside from the bar and restaurant, amenities at the Banilad Sports Club include a tennis court, a swimming pool, and a billiard table. Tennis court fees are at PhP250 per hour from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM and PhP350 per hour from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM. Swimming pool rates are at PhP100 for children and PhP200 for adults. Billiard rates are at PhP30 per game or PhP180 per hour.


Looking for fun play spaces in Metro Manila? Read New Detours for the Kids and Kids at Heart.


The Banilad Sports Club is located at Paseo Saturnino, Ma. Luisa Road, Banilad, Cebu City. The place is open from 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM and the best time to visit is around 11:00 AM for lunch and just before 7:00 PM for dinner.

It may not be easy for first time visitors to get to the place, but the landmark is the Hola España restaurant along Ma. Luisa Road in Banilad. Visitors should tell the driver to take a right turn upon reaching the restaurant and simply follow the road leading to the Banilad Sports Club. The place has ample space for parking.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

The Banilad Sports Club tennis court (Photo courtesy of Banilad Sports Club)


The prices of the food at the Banilad Sports Club are between PhP70, for the apple crumble, and PhP760, for the rib eye steak. On the other hand, prices of drinks are between PhP45, for bottled water, and PhP200, for a pitcher of iced tea.

Compared to that in Metro Manila, the sports bar scene in Cebu is just in its infancy. However, a number of establishments have already opened to meet the needs of Cebuanos looking for a good place to sit back and relax while watching their favorite games live on a widescreen television.


Looking for other bars in Cebu? Click here.


Click the store names to see their exact addresses and contact numbers.

Peter Parcon

After leaving spending 16 years of his professional life in the academe, Peter decided to try his luck in the world of online freelancing. For the past eight years, he has been creating content for clients all around the world. He can work on just about any topic - from tattoos to technology and food to finance. He dreams of visiting every island in the archipelago some day.

Peter Parcon

After leaving spending 16 years of his professional life in the academe, Peter decided to try his luck in the world of online freelancing. For the past eight years, he has been creating content for clients all around the world. He can work on just about any topic - from tattoos to technology and food to finance. He dreams of visiting every island in the archipelago some day.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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August 18, 2016

Where Can You Watch a Game with Some Beer and Grub in Cebu City

Sports fans can feel the thrill of victory in Cebu’s top sports bars.

Sports have always been a part of the life of every Cebuano. This is evident in the number of Cebuano athletes who have made a name for themselves, including basketball player Dondon Hontiveros, billiard player Warren Kiamco, karateka OJ de los Santos, and runner Mary Joy Tabal.

For people who are not as agile and strong as these athletes or who are simply happy to cheer for their favorite teams than play sports, there are some bars in Cebu City where they can watch their favorite sports over a bottle or two.


Raphael’s Sports Café


Luxury sports café located along Andres Abellaña Street


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Photo courtesy of Rafael’s Sports Café


Sports junkies can easily watch the latest developments in sports on five 51-inch LED flat televisions at Raphael’s Sports Café. Aside from showing live games and sports shows, the bar also offers a wide variety of food and drinks that customers can enjoy while cheering for their respective teams. While many of its regulars are foreign students studying at a nearby English language school, the café also has a number of Filipinos among their regular clients.


Looking for other hangout places for expats in Cebu? Read Fusion of Cultures in the Cebu Restaurant Scene


The menu at Raphael’s Sports Café is a good mix of Filipino, American, Japanese, Italian, and Asian fusion cuisine. The place also offers a number of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Prices for food items are between PhP80, for their gyoza, and PhP420, for their double deck burger. On the other hand, beverage prices are between PhP45, for the mineral water, and PhP140, for the piña colada.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Photo courtesy of Rafael’s Sports Café


Raphael’s Sports Café is open from 5:00 PM to 1:00 AM every day. They also accept reservations for functions, meetings, and other events.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

The Raphael’s Sports Café dining area (Photo courtesy of Rafael’s Sports Café)


The best time to visit the place is at around 7:00 PM when the evening crowd has yet to arrive. While Raphael’s Sports Café offers ample parking space for its customers, there may be instances when it will not be easy to find a spot, especially when there’s a major sports event.

To get to Raphael’s Sports Café, visitors can simply take a taxi to Andres Abellaña Street. The bar is located along the right side of the road, a few meters away from The Original AA BBQ.


Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar


Sports bar in the middle of the entertainment hub of Cebu City


Cebu City sports bars 2016

The Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar dining area (Photo courtesy of Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar)


Located at the heart of the newest entertainment hub in the city, Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar touts itself as the biggest sports bar in Cebu City. The bar has a number of large-screen televisions showing all sports channels available in the archipelago. Customers can sit on the comfy sofas at the bar. In addition to meeting the viewing needs of its guests, Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar also has two pool tables and two dartboards for their visitors to use.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Guests watching a bout over a bottle of beer (Photo courtesy of Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar)


Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar offers American and Filipino dishes for its customers. The prices of the food items at the bar range from PhP100 for the french fries up to PhP380 for the 14-inch S/F Fire House Pizza. On the other hand, prices of drinks range from PhP40 for mineral water up to PhP7,350 for a bottle of Macallan Scotch whisky.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Alive band playing at the Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar (Photo courtesy of Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar)


Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar also has a stage where a live band plays every 8:00 PM. The bar is open from 4:00 PM until 4:00 AM. The place also has enough space for events and functions for 150 guests.

While the place offers a suitable parking area at the back of the building, it may not be easy to find a spot at night since it shares the parking area with the other bars located in the same building. The best time to visit the bar is late in the afternoon until early evening since the place tends to become crowded after these times.


Banilad Sports Club


A sports oasis with a tennis court, a swimming pool, and a billiard table in the middle of the city


Cebu City sports bars 2016

The entrance to Banilad Sports Club (Photo courtesy of Banilad Sports Club)


Formerly called Sand Trap, Banilad Sports Club is one of the oldest restaurants frequented by expats in Cebu City. The place went through a major renovation in 2014 when the new owners took over and upgraded its facilities. It offers customers a place where they can sit and relax while watching their favorite sports over a bottle of their favorite beverage.

The Banilad Sports Club offers traditional Filipino dishes along with authentic Mediterranean cuisine. The place also offers a number of delicious vegetarian dishes for guests who want to eat healthy.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Poolside at the Banilad Sports Club (Photo courtesy of Banilad Sports Club)


Aside from the bar and restaurant, amenities at the Banilad Sports Club include a tennis court, a swimming pool, and a billiard table. Tennis court fees are at PhP250 per hour from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM and PhP350 per hour from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM. Swimming pool rates are at PhP100 for children and PhP200 for adults. Billiard rates are at PhP30 per game or PhP180 per hour.


Looking for fun play spaces in Metro Manila? Read New Detours for the Kids and Kids at Heart.


The Banilad Sports Club is located at Paseo Saturnino, Ma. Luisa Road, Banilad, Cebu City. The place is open from 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM and the best time to visit is around 11:00 AM for lunch and just before 7:00 PM for dinner.

It may not be easy for first time visitors to get to the place, but the landmark is the Hola España restaurant along Ma. Luisa Road in Banilad. Visitors should tell the driver to take a right turn upon reaching the restaurant and simply follow the road leading to the Banilad Sports Club. The place has ample space for parking.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

The Banilad Sports Club tennis court (Photo courtesy of Banilad Sports Club)


The prices of the food at the Banilad Sports Club are between PhP70, for the apple crumble, and PhP760, for the rib eye steak. On the other hand, prices of drinks are between PhP45, for bottled water, and PhP200, for a pitcher of iced tea.

Compared to that in Metro Manila, the sports bar scene in Cebu is just in its infancy. However, a number of establishments have already opened to meet the needs of Cebuanos looking for a good place to sit back and relax while watching their favorite games live on a widescreen television.


Looking for other bars in Cebu? Click here.


Click the store names to see their exact addresses and contact numbers.

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After leaving spending 16 years of his professional life in the academe, Peter decided to try his luck in the world of online freelancing. For the past eight years, he has been creating content for clients all around the world. He can work on just about any topic - from tattoos to technology and food to finance. He dreams of visiting every island in the archipelago some day.

Peter Parcon

After leaving spending 16 years of his professional life in the academe, Peter decided to try his luck in the world of online freelancing. For the past eight years, he has been creating content for clients all around the world. He can work on just about any topic - from tattoos to technology and food to finance. He dreams of visiting every island in the archipelago some day.

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August 18, 2016

Where Can You Watch a Game with Some Beer and Grub in Cebu City

Sports fans can feel the thrill of victory in Cebu’s top sports bars.
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Sports have always been a part of the life of every Cebuano. This is evident in the number of Cebuano athletes who have made a name for themselves, including basketball player Dondon Hontiveros, billiard player Warren Kiamco, karateka OJ de los Santos, and runner Mary Joy Tabal.

For people who are not as agile and strong as these athletes or who are simply happy to cheer for their favorite teams than play sports, there are some bars in Cebu City where they can watch their favorite sports over a bottle or two.


Raphael’s Sports Café


Luxury sports café located along Andres Abellaña Street


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Photo courtesy of Rafael’s Sports Café


Sports junkies can easily watch the latest developments in sports on five 51-inch LED flat televisions at Raphael’s Sports Café. Aside from showing live games and sports shows, the bar also offers a wide variety of food and drinks that customers can enjoy while cheering for their respective teams. While many of its regulars are foreign students studying at a nearby English language school, the café also has a number of Filipinos among their regular clients.


Looking for other hangout places for expats in Cebu? Read Fusion of Cultures in the Cebu Restaurant Scene


The menu at Raphael’s Sports Café is a good mix of Filipino, American, Japanese, Italian, and Asian fusion cuisine. The place also offers a number of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Prices for food items are between PhP80, for their gyoza, and PhP420, for their double deck burger. On the other hand, beverage prices are between PhP45, for the mineral water, and PhP140, for the piña colada.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Photo courtesy of Rafael’s Sports Café


Raphael’s Sports Café is open from 5:00 PM to 1:00 AM every day. They also accept reservations for functions, meetings, and other events.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

The Raphael’s Sports Café dining area (Photo courtesy of Rafael’s Sports Café)


The best time to visit the place is at around 7:00 PM when the evening crowd has yet to arrive. While Raphael’s Sports Café offers ample parking space for its customers, there may be instances when it will not be easy to find a spot, especially when there’s a major sports event.

To get to Raphael’s Sports Café, visitors can simply take a taxi to Andres Abellaña Street. The bar is located along the right side of the road, a few meters away from The Original AA BBQ.


Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar


Sports bar in the middle of the entertainment hub of Cebu City


Cebu City sports bars 2016

The Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar dining area (Photo courtesy of Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar)


Located at the heart of the newest entertainment hub in the city, Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar touts itself as the biggest sports bar in Cebu City. The bar has a number of large-screen televisions showing all sports channels available in the archipelago. Customers can sit on the comfy sofas at the bar. In addition to meeting the viewing needs of its guests, Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar also has two pool tables and two dartboards for their visitors to use.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Guests watching a bout over a bottle of beer (Photo courtesy of Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar)


Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar offers American and Filipino dishes for its customers. The prices of the food items at the bar range from PhP100 for the french fries up to PhP380 for the 14-inch S/F Fire House Pizza. On the other hand, prices of drinks range from PhP40 for mineral water up to PhP7,350 for a bottle of Macallan Scotch whisky.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Alive band playing at the Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar (Photo courtesy of Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar)


Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar also has a stage where a live band plays every 8:00 PM. The bar is open from 4:00 PM until 4:00 AM. The place also has enough space for events and functions for 150 guests.

While the place offers a suitable parking area at the back of the building, it may not be easy to find a spot at night since it shares the parking area with the other bars located in the same building. The best time to visit the bar is late in the afternoon until early evening since the place tends to become crowded after these times.


Banilad Sports Club


A sports oasis with a tennis court, a swimming pool, and a billiard table in the middle of the city


Cebu City sports bars 2016

The entrance to Banilad Sports Club (Photo courtesy of Banilad Sports Club)


Formerly called Sand Trap, Banilad Sports Club is one of the oldest restaurants frequented by expats in Cebu City. The place went through a major renovation in 2014 when the new owners took over and upgraded its facilities. It offers customers a place where they can sit and relax while watching their favorite sports over a bottle of their favorite beverage.

The Banilad Sports Club offers traditional Filipino dishes along with authentic Mediterranean cuisine. The place also offers a number of delicious vegetarian dishes for guests who want to eat healthy.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Poolside at the Banilad Sports Club (Photo courtesy of Banilad Sports Club)


Aside from the bar and restaurant, amenities at the Banilad Sports Club include a tennis court, a swimming pool, and a billiard table. Tennis court fees are at PhP250 per hour from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM and PhP350 per hour from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM. Swimming pool rates are at PhP100 for children and PhP200 for adults. Billiard rates are at PhP30 per game or PhP180 per hour.


Looking for fun play spaces in Metro Manila? Read New Detours for the Kids and Kids at Heart.


The Banilad Sports Club is located at Paseo Saturnino, Ma. Luisa Road, Banilad, Cebu City. The place is open from 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM and the best time to visit is around 11:00 AM for lunch and just before 7:00 PM for dinner.

It may not be easy for first time visitors to get to the place, but the landmark is the Hola España restaurant along Ma. Luisa Road in Banilad. Visitors should tell the driver to take a right turn upon reaching the restaurant and simply follow the road leading to the Banilad Sports Club. The place has ample space for parking.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

The Banilad Sports Club tennis court (Photo courtesy of Banilad Sports Club)


The prices of the food at the Banilad Sports Club are between PhP70, for the apple crumble, and PhP760, for the rib eye steak. On the other hand, prices of drinks are between PhP45, for bottled water, and PhP200, for a pitcher of iced tea.

Compared to that in Metro Manila, the sports bar scene in Cebu is just in its infancy. However, a number of establishments have already opened to meet the needs of Cebuanos looking for a good place to sit back and relax while watching their favorite games live on a widescreen television.


Looking for other bars in Cebu? Click here.


Click the store names to see their exact addresses and contact numbers.

Peter Parcon

After leaving spending 16 years of his professional life in the academe, Peter decided to try his luck in the world of online freelancing. For the past eight years, he has been creating content for clients all around the world. He can work on just about any topic - from tattoos to technology and food to finance. He dreams of visiting every island in the archipelago some day.

Peter Parcon

After leaving spending 16 years of his professional life in the academe, Peter decided to try his luck in the world of online freelancing. For the past eight years, he has been creating content for clients all around the world. He can work on just about any topic - from tattoos to technology and food to finance. He dreams of visiting every island in the archipelago some day.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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August 18, 2016

Where Can You Watch a Game with Some Beer and Grub in Cebu City

Sports fans can feel the thrill of victory in Cebu’s top sports bars.

Sports have always been a part of the life of every Cebuano. This is evident in the number of Cebuano athletes who have made a name for themselves, including basketball player Dondon Hontiveros, billiard player Warren Kiamco, karateka OJ de los Santos, and runner Mary Joy Tabal.

For people who are not as agile and strong as these athletes or who are simply happy to cheer for their favorite teams than play sports, there are some bars in Cebu City where they can watch their favorite sports over a bottle or two.


Raphael’s Sports Café


Luxury sports café located along Andres Abellaña Street


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Photo courtesy of Rafael’s Sports Café


Sports junkies can easily watch the latest developments in sports on five 51-inch LED flat televisions at Raphael’s Sports Café. Aside from showing live games and sports shows, the bar also offers a wide variety of food and drinks that customers can enjoy while cheering for their respective teams. While many of its regulars are foreign students studying at a nearby English language school, the café also has a number of Filipinos among their regular clients.


Looking for other hangout places for expats in Cebu? Read Fusion of Cultures in the Cebu Restaurant Scene


The menu at Raphael’s Sports Café is a good mix of Filipino, American, Japanese, Italian, and Asian fusion cuisine. The place also offers a number of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Prices for food items are between PhP80, for their gyoza, and PhP420, for their double deck burger. On the other hand, beverage prices are between PhP45, for the mineral water, and PhP140, for the piña colada.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Photo courtesy of Rafael’s Sports Café


Raphael’s Sports Café is open from 5:00 PM to 1:00 AM every day. They also accept reservations for functions, meetings, and other events.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

The Raphael’s Sports Café dining area (Photo courtesy of Rafael’s Sports Café)


The best time to visit the place is at around 7:00 PM when the evening crowd has yet to arrive. While Raphael’s Sports Café offers ample parking space for its customers, there may be instances when it will not be easy to find a spot, especially when there’s a major sports event.

To get to Raphael’s Sports Café, visitors can simply take a taxi to Andres Abellaña Street. The bar is located along the right side of the road, a few meters away from The Original AA BBQ.


Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar


Sports bar in the middle of the entertainment hub of Cebu City


Cebu City sports bars 2016

The Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar dining area (Photo courtesy of Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar)


Located at the heart of the newest entertainment hub in the city, Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar touts itself as the biggest sports bar in Cebu City. The bar has a number of large-screen televisions showing all sports channels available in the archipelago. Customers can sit on the comfy sofas at the bar. In addition to meeting the viewing needs of its guests, Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar also has two pool tables and two dartboards for their visitors to use.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Guests watching a bout over a bottle of beer (Photo courtesy of Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar)


Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar offers American and Filipino dishes for its customers. The prices of the food items at the bar range from PhP100 for the french fries up to PhP380 for the 14-inch S/F Fire House Pizza. On the other hand, prices of drinks range from PhP40 for mineral water up to PhP7,350 for a bottle of Macallan Scotch whisky.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Alive band playing at the Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar (Photo courtesy of Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar)


Semi-Final Cebu Sports Bar also has a stage where a live band plays every 8:00 PM. The bar is open from 4:00 PM until 4:00 AM. The place also has enough space for events and functions for 150 guests.

While the place offers a suitable parking area at the back of the building, it may not be easy to find a spot at night since it shares the parking area with the other bars located in the same building. The best time to visit the bar is late in the afternoon until early evening since the place tends to become crowded after these times.


Banilad Sports Club


A sports oasis with a tennis court, a swimming pool, and a billiard table in the middle of the city


Cebu City sports bars 2016

The entrance to Banilad Sports Club (Photo courtesy of Banilad Sports Club)


Formerly called Sand Trap, Banilad Sports Club is one of the oldest restaurants frequented by expats in Cebu City. The place went through a major renovation in 2014 when the new owners took over and upgraded its facilities. It offers customers a place where they can sit and relax while watching their favorite sports over a bottle of their favorite beverage.

The Banilad Sports Club offers traditional Filipino dishes along with authentic Mediterranean cuisine. The place also offers a number of delicious vegetarian dishes for guests who want to eat healthy.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

Poolside at the Banilad Sports Club (Photo courtesy of Banilad Sports Club)


Aside from the bar and restaurant, amenities at the Banilad Sports Club include a tennis court, a swimming pool, and a billiard table. Tennis court fees are at PhP250 per hour from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM and PhP350 per hour from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM. Swimming pool rates are at PhP100 for children and PhP200 for adults. Billiard rates are at PhP30 per game or PhP180 per hour.


Looking for fun play spaces in Metro Manila? Read New Detours for the Kids and Kids at Heart.


The Banilad Sports Club is located at Paseo Saturnino, Ma. Luisa Road, Banilad, Cebu City. The place is open from 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM and the best time to visit is around 11:00 AM for lunch and just before 7:00 PM for dinner.

It may not be easy for first time visitors to get to the place, but the landmark is the Hola España restaurant along Ma. Luisa Road in Banilad. Visitors should tell the driver to take a right turn upon reaching the restaurant and simply follow the road leading to the Banilad Sports Club. The place has ample space for parking.


Cebu City sports bars 2016

The Banilad Sports Club tennis court (Photo courtesy of Banilad Sports Club)


The prices of the food at the Banilad Sports Club are between PhP70, for the apple crumble, and PhP760, for the rib eye steak. On the other hand, prices of drinks are between PhP45, for bottled water, and PhP200, for a pitcher of iced tea.

Compared to that in Metro Manila, the sports bar scene in Cebu is just in its infancy. However, a number of establishments have already opened to meet the needs of Cebuanos looking for a good place to sit back and relax while watching their favorite games live on a widescreen television.


Looking for other bars in Cebu? Click here.


Click the store names to see their exact addresses and contact numbers.

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Peter Parcon

After leaving spending 16 years of his professional life in the academe, Peter decided to try his luck in the world of online freelancing. For the past eight years, he has been creating content for clients all around the world. He can work on just about any topic - from tattoos to technology and food to finance. He dreams of visiting every island in the archipelago some day.

Peter Parcon

After leaving spending 16 years of his professional life in the academe, Peter decided to try his luck in the world of online freelancing. For the past eight years, he has been creating content for clients all around the world. He can work on just about any topic - from tattoos to technology and food to finance. He dreams of visiting every island in the archipelago some day.

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