Hidden in the Kapitolyo District is Three Little Pigs, a is a cozy and intimate speakeasy for great drinks, food, and conversations.
Three Little Pigs is one of the newest speakeasies in the Kapitolyo District, offering a cozy and intimate space for a night of enjoying classic cocktails, tasty bar chow, and engaging conversations.
Taking from the secretive playbook of the Prohibition, the location of Three Little Pigs hides in plain sight. It sits on the 2nd floor of Sisig Society along East Capitol Drive and is marked by inconspicuous signage—a number 3 atop a single pig snout. Entrance to the speakeasy is a secret door made to look like a solid brick wall.
A night at Three Little Pigs is a surreal yet exciting experience. At first, would-be bargoers are welcomed by its classy decor—from the furnished wood tables and squashy leather seats down to its mood-lit ambiance. Soon enough, guests are hooked by the intriguing
portraits of pig caricatures adorning the walls, a homage to the speakeasy’s more odd, whimsical, and eclectic side.
The drinks menu of Three Little Pigs lists a quaint lineup of classic cocktails dating as far back as pre-Prohibition. Enjoy drinks like a Whisky Sour (P265), Old Fashioned (P285), and Negroni (P285) mixed by its experienced bartenders.
While experts at making classic pre-Prohibition cocktails, Three Little Pigs also serves up some delicious bar chow. A plate of the spicy Dynamites (P199), Crunchy Onion Rings (P189), or addicting Chicken Skin (P179) is the perfect complement to a round of drinks.
Patrons are treated to the best at Three Little Pigs—drinks, food, and service. Everything is well-crafted so bargoers can celebrate an exceptional night or rest from a weary day.
Three Little Pigs is a speakeasy concept bar by Pylon Partners, creators of the renowned ABV in Makati and Prisma in Boracay.