Ms. Gee Event Spaces Makati CBD

A Hong Kong-themed cocktail bar in Poblacion


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5666 Don Pedro, Makati, Metro Manila

1-30 guests
  • Mon: 18:00 - 24:00
  • Tue: 18:00 - 24:00
  • Wed: 18:00 - 24:00
  • Thu: Closed
  • Fri: Closed
  • Sat: 18:00 - 24:00
  • Sun: 18:00 - 24:00

Ms. Gee is a Hong Kong Kitchen & Bar located in Poblacion, Makati City. Ms. Gee has a shorter menu that is more ideal for bar chow rather than sit-down meals. But what stands out the most for us are their tea-infused gins that they use as the base of their Gee & Teas (a play on G&T). Right now they offer rose, jasmine, and oolong infusions, and are working on chamomile, mint, and ginger-honey.

The whole place can accommodate 30 pax in seating capacity, while 60 pax in standing set up.

Price shown above is for bookings every Sunday - Wednesday and is consumable of food and drinks worth Php 25,000, whole day renting of the place is much preferred. Duration of booking is from 6pm until 12 midnight.

Price varies per day of the week:

Php 30,000 every Sunday - Wednesday

Php 45,000 every Thursday

Php 80,000 every Friday & Saturday

 


Basic Tools and Equipments Basic Tools and Equipments
BathroomsBathrooms
Chairs and tablesChairs and tables
Dining OptionsDining Options
Fully FurnishedFully Furnished
Lights and SoundsLights and Sounds
Wifi AccessWifi Access

Jaja

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ABOUT THE AREA

Makati City is the economic center of the Philippines and the leading commercial hub of the Metro Manila region. Known for its skyscrapers and greeneries, this urban ecosystem makes an attractive location for businesses to set up office from startups to multinationals. This central business district houses international embassies, the Philippine Stock Exchange, and major shopping centers under the Ayala Corporation.

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