Frankie’s new york buffalo wings, City Golf Plaza

Something big and delicious, heavily floured mouthwatering wings. Really affordable too if you ask me, with wings that big? and for their location. Frankie’s is a good place to hangout with friends. Not so much of a family vibe going on in here. More of a beer and wings kind of vibe (A douchey crowd), not really my kind of place to hangout in but I’m willing to sacrifice for the good wings.


Wings World Php 320, a dozen combination of Garlic Parmesan, Nagoya Tebasaki and Smokey BBQ. I really loved the Garlic Parmesan Flavor. We also ordered the Blue Cheese dip and Ranch dip as an extra for Php 25 each.


Frankie’s Classic Buffalo we got the half dozen for Php 173 which came with a blue cheese dip!

I could come here every month. Try their Garlic Parmesan it’s really good, the classic wings were also good with the blue cheese dip. I only have two bad comments, they are understaffed which makes the service is really slow (REALLY SLOW, I had to get their attention to fix the seating, and call them again to give me a menu then it took them another 10 mins before they took my order). Also the spacing of the chairs and tables are really bad here. You are so close to the next table that you could hardly pass between tables. Otherwise, it is worth the 15 minute wait for the wings to come here.

There are 11 flavors to try. (Nagoya Tebasaki, Garlic Parmesan, Hickory BBQ, Smokey BBQ, Honey Mustard, Honey Garlic, Cheesy Bacon, Kevin’s Bacon Wings, Salt and Pepper, Caribbean Jerk and the Classic Buffalo wings) So expect me to post more about this place. I really enjoyed eating here, I didn’t enjoy the crowd as much. Didn’t spend so much either for a good 18 pcs. of wings. I would also love to try their boneless with rice and some of their sides too.

Frankie’s New York Buffalo Wings, City Golf Plaza
G/F City Golf Plaza, Doña Julia Vargas Ave.,
Ortigas, Brgy. Ugong, Pasig City
Metro Manila, Philippines
(02) 687-1250                                                                                                        Frankie’s  Facebook Page

Color me Mine, Fort Bonifacio Hobbes and Landes

I honestly think that this is what parents should be spending on for their kids to be doing. Instead of them staring blankly into their I Pads and Computer screens. I noticed so many kids coming by as we were painting our ceramics, and their parents just ignored them when they explained to them that they wanted to try doing it.  I really felt so bad for their kids.


Tons of ceramics to choose from. The plates run out fast so a lot were out of stock. Also mugs.


My little sister painting her pencil holder


My mug and My moms mug after painting ❤

I’ve tried this before when I was a little kid and in fact I still have my old plate that I made from around 12 years ago probably. It was so much fun to come here together with my mom and my sister. I would recommend that you try coming here its quite an experience. We spent about an hour or two here at the studio. You get to pick from different sorts of ceramics and they give you a color chart to choose from as well.

Budget per person: About 1000 pesos, it really depends on what you’re painting but I would recommend that you prepare this much.

This is located inside Hobbes and Landes along Bonifacio Highstreet the only other branch that still does this is the branch at Greenbelt 5. So while you still can do this. I suggest that you come here and try it out! Enjoy ❤