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A lake near Boracay's main road and near the alley of D'Mall lies Boracay Lake Town Bar and Restaurant that got Tutubi's curiosity due to the good location and the presence, of course, of a lake with its green water.
Didn't get to peek inside the restaurant but the Boracay Times has an advertisement of the place.
Lake Town Bar and Restaurant, Shows, Nightclub
6pm to 9pm Mongolian Barbeque dinner with Ati-atihan show
reservations telephone number: +63.36.288.5897
How to get there:
location on Boracay's main road, walking distance from White Beach near D'Mall