118 Timog Avenue, Quezon City ,Underneath the sign, there’s always a tarpaulin banner announcing a big night event
What to expect: Most iconic gay bar in Metro Manila. Dark and cavernous, with a huge elevated stage. Perfect for the discreet because of the darkness. Couches near the stage (no extra fee to sit there). Average of 25 to 30 dancers on any given night. Mostly fair and good-looking men (not the typical dark-skinned “exotic-looking” guys that a lot of foreigners like). Mostly lean to buff, gym-toned bodies, to keep up with the “Adonis” physique. Average age range of dancers around 25 to 27; more mature age range among the gay bars in Manila. Continuous macho dancing from start to end, with no drag queen performances to serve as breaks and can thus get monotonous. Lots of VIP rooms for private conversations; Php 2090 for the first hour. Taxis abound at night.
What you can tell the taxi for the general location of the bar: Timog Avenue, right in front of the GMA Network Building. From EDSA, Timog Avenue is to the left, so the taxi may take a u-turn past the traffic lights. Once you reach Timog, the GMA building will be to your right (a 7-11 store in front of the building). You will find Adonis to your left, beside Lydia’s Lechon and East Garden Grill and Bar. It’s easy to find.