The third leg of the Axe Black pop-up bar was that of Victor Basa. It was held at Quantum Space in Makati and Victor’s bar was Explorer’s Social Club. The pop-up bar was pretty awesome. It was pretty much about traveling and it exudes an outdoorsy, glamping feel to it. They even had a Land Rover & Maserati parked inside! The Axe Arena had ping pong table and air hokey where guests unleashed their sporty and competitive side. There was also a foil photo room where guests had their photos taken and a tattoo station where people can really have themselves inked! I was pretty tempted to have one!
I rarely go out on a weekday. And by rarely, I mean this is the first time in x number of years I went out on a school night. Pretty much a big deal because I drive my kids to and from school so I wake up 5 AM everyday. I felt like I was a high school girl who sneaked out and secretly partied on a Wednesday night. Good thing I was with my husband and met up a few friends so I’m glad I went out to have good time.
Atop the main area lay two more floors for the guests to explore. On the second level was the speakeasy bar-slash-study. This was where invitees grabbed the night’s whiskey-based signature drink, The Black Flag
One last climb brought the people to a special room, wherein a UV art installation lay, tickling the senses and enabling minds to wander.
My favorite drink that night was this delicious White Russian. I had about 3 or was it 4?!
Bloggers represent! Here I was with Paul Chuapoco David Guison, Vina Guerrero, Kat Valdez, Chin Chin Obcena and their friends, Marielle and Earl.
The night had proven that the last is certainly not the least, as #AxeBlackVictor brought his guests to different eras, countries, and dimensions, all with a spray of Axe Black.
Congratulations Axe & Victor on the successful pop-up bar!