MANILA, Philippines—Johnnie Walker proudly introduces its flagship bars in Metro Manila, hosted with a series of dynamic events set to offer bold flavor experiences and craft unforgettable moments regularly.
Situated in the newly reopened Brooklyn Social at The Pop Up Katipunan and The Odd Seoul in Poblacion, Makati, these premier bars mark the Scotch whisky brand’s commitment to inspiring consumers to savor the bold flavors of Johnnie Walker in vibrant cultural spaces.
Brooklyn Social bespoke cocktails made with Johnnie Walker Black Label (From L-R): Pineapple Aperitif, Cherry Bomb, Lemon Hi-ball, Johnnie Tropical Punch. Image Courtesy of Johnnie Walker.
In each flagship bar, patrons can indulge in exclusive Johnnie Walker highballs and custom cocktails crafted by award-winning bartenders, complemented by monthly events co-created with collaborators for a unique experience, featuring live music, DJ sets, limited-edition merch collaborations, and engaging activities.
Brooklyn Social at The Pop Up Katipunan, Quezon City. Image Courtesy of Johnnie Walker.
As the year concludes, Johnnie Walker will unveil its flagship bar in La Union at Cinco Barra by Onlypans, extending its commitment to delivering diverse experiences beyond Metro Manila. Additionally, the brand has teamed up with premier clubs in Bonifacio Global City, including Versus Barcade, Xylo, Revel in the Palace, and Clubhouse, launching promos and a series of activities to enhance the lively weekends of their patrons.
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#JohnnieHalloween Festivities at Johnnie Walker’s Premier Bars
Marking the spookiest time of the year, Johnnie Walker hosted various #JohnnieHalloween events at its flagship bars, treating guests to thrilling performances and delightful drinks, all while adorned in their finest costumes. The “Boos and Booze” celebration at The Pop Up Katipunan and Brooklyn unfolded in two parts on October 27.
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Commencing at The Pop Up Katipunan with Gabi ng Bading, a collaborative event with Mexican taqueria Onlypans celebrating their first anniversary, the program featured special drag performances by queens from Drag Race Philippines Season 2 and internet sensation Taylor Sheesh, with DJs Tom Suplico and Mike Lavarez closing out the first part of the evening.
The #JohnnieHalloween celebrations continued into the night at Brooklyn Social for Afterlife, an emo-themed after-party in collaboration with After The Noon Records. Simultaneously, The Odd Seoul kicked off a K-Pop-themed Halloween celebration at the stroke of midnight on October 31.