Numero Doce: By the Numbers
Clubgoers vary from young urban professionals, twinks to Kingkong Barbies, Cebuano locals, foreigners, to drag queens – the mix of people who follow the trend of Western clubbing. Welcome to the only gay bar of Cebu.
It’s the club in the middle of Mango Square. It’s where Geri Halliwell’s It’s Raining Men was shamelessly mashed-up with Rihanna’s Only Girl (In The World) – and surprisingly worked!
It’s the club where most tourists and locals prefer to party pre-Sinulog grand parade.
Welcome to Numero Doce, the only gay dance club in Cebu. It has been dubbed as the ‘O Bar’ equivalent of the city, a euphoria feel of eternal Malate.
Clubgoers vary from young urban professionals, twinks to Kingkong Barbies, Cebuano locals, foreigners, to drag queens – a mix of people who follow the trends of Western clubbing.
The choice of music played throughout the night varies from 90′s to recent pop chart toppers. With the likes of Spice Girls, Kylie Minogue, Madonna, Beyonce, Daft Punk, David Guetta and many more, to hardcore techno, house remixes, RnB and hip hop, and of course, anthems we unconsciously memorized each lines.
Numero Doce is also known for their signature frozen cocktail drinks served in a pitcher; ‘Blue Kamikazee” and ‘Strawberry Margarita” are the most popular among the variety of mixes.
So next time you visit the Queen City of the South, don’t forget to check out Numero Doce in Mango Square Mall, located in the heart of Uptown Cebu.