Restaurant Red Pirates White Beach Path Malay Aklan Philippin Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why Red Pirates Pub is special ?
The Red Pirates Pub in Boracay is one of the funky places to party on the island that has its very own spunk to it. The tables and chairs are made of driftwood and the beach garden is kind of grown on its own with a little bit of human touch to it. At night, the place is made to look like a place for a tribal council lit by torches.
Backpackers and those who are a wee bit tight on the budget will find the drinks here to be quite healthy on the wallet. It's a completely great place to chill out and meet other island party goers. The owners of the place even become the life of the party at times when things get rolling.
The name of this bar and pub really takes the cake for many folks. The owners, Jen and Joey, even add a personal touch to the already wacky set up. You can lounge on the beach beds in the afternoon or swing lazily in a hammock while waiting for the sun to finally take a dip so that the party can finally start.
Don't worry about the dress code; they don't call it Red Pirates Pub for nothing. Just wear anything pirate-like such as your feet and perhaps even a guitar to match the rumbling drums that seem to be going on every night. If you're new to the place, you can even ask the staff to mosey you on along in the direction of cheap accommodations on the island of Boracay. That's how nice the pirates here are.
How to get to Red Pirates Pub?
Red Pirates Pub is located at Boracay's boat station number three. It's pretty easy to find so there's really no reason to fuss. The place is really just a five minute stroll off the boat station in Angol along White Beach. If you can't seem to find it, just ask the ferryman or the people manning the boat station.
The location is pretty good and far away from the mad crowd of party goers on the island. Another good thing about the location is the fact that you rarely have vendors trying to sell you something.
- Great Sailing Experience, BBQ on the Beach
- Sunset Yacht Sailing
- Great chilled out bar
- The best adventure!
- Great little bar
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
Red Pirates White Beach Path Malay Aklan Philippin
Tips for you
“Our favourite and a must visit place” When researching Boracay Red Pirates kept coming up with some interesting photos and write ups which fuelled us to find this bar, we are so glad we did as it was everything we wanted in a bar. Red Pirates is not glitzy modern and full of technology however it is rustic, charming, friendly and has live music. If you did not know where or what to look for you could quite easily walk past this bar without a second glance which would be a shame as it is worth visiting at least once while you are on Boracay just for the atmosphere. We were told (not sure how true) that it is one of the oldest bars on White Beach and is tucked away way down Station 3. The welcome you get is not false friendly it is genuine and its not long before your round of drinks are memorised and quite often the staff are there asking if you would like refills before you know you do. There is a laid back feel to the bar and you dont need to bring your airs and graces here as they are not needed. What you do need is a smile and an interest in the area and you will find some interesting facts and places to visit from the conversations you strike up here. My husband was speaking to an Italian national in French as it was the one common language they could both speak ........ quite surreal. The only drawback (or is it) was that we needed to move off to eat as food isnt on the menu here but we came back quickly after eating as we felt so relaxed and at home here. I think not having food means that the small bar doesnt get rammed with diners and conversations are the main item served up. We didnt take up any of the sailing options but will do the next time we visit Boracay as those returning from them were full of praise. Watch out for the special occasion shots which come round (and are free) as they can be lethal .........