Where to Relax & Have Drinks in Boracay: OM Bar
Are you planning a trip to Boracay soon? Have you already booked tickets and are working on your itinerary? If yes, this might be a great addition to your list of places to visit.
OM Bar in Boracay, Philippines
OM Bar is a dining and partying establishment that you can find in Boracay Station 2, a popular tourist destination in Western Visayas.
Address: Boracay Island Station 2, Barangay Balabag, Municipality of Malay, Aklan Province
What’s the Vibe
The place is welcoming. You'll notice that Om Bar stands out because of the bright colors and the bohemian vibe. Not to mention, it's in front of the beach, which adds to the overall appeal.
There are two spots to choose from when you dine at Om: the air-conditioned area where the parties happen and the non-air-conditioned part where you can relax while having drinks or conversations (this was where we were).
For the seats, you can get a usual table or a low one where you sit on throw pillows. Either way, you can also play games while waiting for your order. We had Jenga on our table.
It was gloomy when we went to Boracay, but we had a great experience. I like this photo. Coconut trees look so good with a stunning view like this one.
I don't have photos of the menu, but I remember seeing a lot of food and drink options. Since we went there in the afternoon, I just ordered chicken wings, which were delicious and filling (one order is good for two people). I was supposed to get fries, but I heard it was super oily, so I got the wings. Good decision. It came with mojos on the side.
As for the entrance fee, I am not exactly sure when and how they charge because when we first stopped by (this was nighttime), the guy said we had to pay 300.00 to enter. But the next day, when we had our snacks and drinks, there was no entrance fee to pay, and some cocktails were on promo. I had four drinks for the price of two. I highly recommend the Lychee margarita.
How’s the Service?
The service was good, like what you would get in other places. Check out the photo below to see how it is at night.
The bathroom isn’t visible. You have to go inside and further in until you see the photo wall (that says “get your halo dirty”), then go straight from there. For Persons with Disabilities (PWD), it would be advisable to have a companion go with you to the restroom.
The place gets packed quickly at night (I guess it depends on the day), so you might have to inquire about making reservations or coming early.
I guess that would be all for today, make sure to check out the other posts on the Food & Travel page for more similar reviews.