Book & Borders Cafe

I know concept cafes are a hit right now in the market especially for millennials like me who loves tog out and stay to  cool paces. Most of the time, we go to these kind of cafes because they serve as our neutral ground where we can chill at the same time can provide us a fun dining experience. And to add to that, most cafes now are Instagram-worthy places starting with the interiors down to the food and beverage presentation.


Speaking of Instagram-worthy places,  just recently, another unique cafe just opened in Quezon City…The Book & Borders Cafe Manhattan Parkview branch. A cool place to Read… Sip… and Dine. It’s actually Book & Borders Cafe’s 4th branch to date. Congratulations!

I must say, this branch is pretty spacious compared to their other branches.  I like the place because it feels like you are home with a big library in it. If you love to read, you can take your pick from their impressive book collection, which includes young adult bestsellers, thrillers, romance novels, children’s books and so many more.

With the vision to awaken the public’s love for reading, this café provides book and coffee lovers a peaceful space. The unique café brings together the cozy ambiance of your favorite coffee shop and the charming feel of a library all in one instagram-worthy space.

Established by Kristine Simisim, Book & Borders first opened its doors in Tomas Morato, Quezon City back in June 2015. Since then, it has expanded to three branches located across Metro Manila.

To make spending the day even more enjoyable, Book & Borders also offers a sumptuous menu, which includes gastronomic treats that offers all the goodness of home cooking, like gourmet Tuyo pasta and Adobo flakes.

When you are in Araneta Center, you might want to try and hangout at Book & Borders cafe with your friendsand family. It’s also a nice place to spend your “me” time. 🙂

Visit the Book & Borders official Facebook page for more information and updates

Book & Borders branches are located in:

  • Tomas Morato
  • Bonifacio Global City
  • Eastwood
  • Manhattan Parkview, Araneta Center
Written by Cristelle Torres
Online Content Creator