Do you consider yourself artistic? Are you into crafts and DIY projects, or would like to give it a try?
Well, you’re in luck!
Tucked conveniently along one of the main roads here in Tagaytay is a place where you can try your hand at crafting, shop for some artsy souvenirs and enjoy heart meals; all at the same time!
Dreamland Arts and Crafts Cafe is a popular pit stop in the city and is actually open ‘round the clock.
Yes, that’s right.
This cafe is open 24 hours a day, so you can drop by anytime! You only need to pay an entrance fee of PHP 100, which is also consumable for food, drinks and even the crafts they sell.
The cafe has actually been renovated and upsized recently. What used to be the main cafe area is now the craft and souvenir shop. They also have a bed and breakfast now – a convenient option for travelers who’d like to stay more than a day in Tagaytay.
Their food and beverage offers had also been revamped. I honestly wasn’t a big fan of their menu before since it’s mostly vegan. However, there is now a wider variety of meals which cater to both vegan and meat-lovers like me.
They also have better options for drinks and now offer sizes for solo, sharing (2-3 persons) and squad (4-5 persons). They also have delectable cakes and pastries. Everything is affordably priced!
Did I forget to mention how Instagrammable this place is? You can see a plethora of dream catchers everywhere? They are of different colors, sizes, designs and even materials. Most of these dream catchers are also for sale. I recommend that you order your food and drinks first and then have a look around the area while waiting.
The cafe does have a sign that reminds people “Good things take time”. They are not a fast food after all!
Some nights, there are acoustic sessions here as well. There are also some board games that you can borrow to make those cups of coffee or hot chocolate with friends more interesting!