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Visit the ‘Hobbit House’ in the Philippines

November 5, 2010 at 11:02 pm by MrCere  - 

We get a lot of mail regarding Hobbit-like structures or businesses or cakes or bakery items or matchsticks or almost anything you can imagine. But nobody on staff could remember seeing anything about the Hobbit House in Manila, Philippines. It claims to have “the smallest waiters in the world,” and boasts over 100 kinds of beer from 28 nations. A look at the website shows a lot of music scheduled and a photo gallery. Lonely Planet featured it first on its Top 10 weird bars and restaurants. If any spies are living in or traveling through Manila or Boracay (a new expansion location) tell them sent you and send us a report.

Posted in Merchandise, The Hobbit on November 5, 2010 by Visit the ‘Hobbit House’ in the Philippines | Discuss
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3 responses to “Visit the ‘Hobbit House’ in the Philippines”

  1. Ben says:

    Heard the Hobbit House is a great place.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Ah I’m going to Manila next year! I’ll have to see if I can fit in a trip to the Hobbit House. I have looked at a map and it’s not too far from where I’ll be working! Yey!

  3. Matt says:

    I have been there and earned a t-shirt with 5 beers. It truly has the world’s littlest waiters. It’s on a small street not 5 mins from the US Embassy. The entrance has a door like a hobbit hole though not 3 ft high. and it is very dark inside, in a hole in the wall kind of way. They have live music as always in the Philippines. and as always it was pretty good…though dated. The waiters are all “little people,” which may sound exploitative in some way BUT the truth is in a poor place like the Philippines having a place for little people to earn a living isn’t a bad thing. It as an enjoyable place with enjoyable staff and a great beer selection…craft brews and a very international selection. Worth a visit and a try at a t shirt

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