Angeles City, Bars, Fields Avenue, Nightlife

Owls Nest Bar

Owls Nest Bar is one of the longest-running clubhouses of the town and unsurprisingly, this place is still one of the best.

The club has been visited by numerous customers each passing night. It is one of the top choices of the locals and the resident foreigners themselves. The entertainment that they receive from this place is absolutely satisfying because most of the customers keep coming back for more. It underwent some minor refurbish but has retained its name as “Owls Nest” and it seems that the management has seen the distinctive characteristics of owls. These creatures belong to some of the nocturnal animals and these are kinds of birds which are known with their very big eyes. Portraying this kind of notion is what this club is aiming for. Angeles-City-Fields-Avenue-Walking-Street-Owl's-Nest-Bar-001Since bar hoppers often flock when the night starts to fall and most of the entertainment clubs open its doors after dark, the management may have thought of coming up with this name to fully describe the people who are bar fanatics. Owls Nest Bar was formerly made up of simple exteriors that are just covered with tiles shaded with ivory white paint. Apparently, this club is now part of the bars that presents amazing outer designs that is one great factor in convincing passersby to come in. Owls Nest Bar has exterior designs that are made of colorful diamond-patterned walls on top while majority of the building is covered with glossy tiles with double doors made out of glass is seen on the entrance. Owl’s Nest was launched in 1992 as it spontaneously delights all of its loyal customers while catering potential visitors. The club’s interiors are made up of stylish bar stools that are truly comfortable and two center stage to provide optimal view of the nightly shows. Surely, all the gorgeous ladies are willing to keep the audience amused with their graceful dance moves.

Owls Nest Bar is open from 2:00pm to 2:00am every day.

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