Cafe ’91 now at Avenue Square

It was a tough decision to make but Nick Astig was fully determined to face the challenge. From its humble home at GlamTheme Boutique, Cafe ’91 moved to a bigger and cozier home in the Magsaysay Avenue strip.

I went a few hours before its opening day. I was early for the meet up because I was on flexi-time. I gladly helped out in fixing a few things inside. I was Best in Cut Outs in grade school so I made good use of my skills. It was an opportune time, too to marvel at the bigger Cafe ’91 layout. 

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These lights will welcome you.

Chairs and Corners 

From the customized comfy cushioned seats to the well thought of corners, every single detail highly speaks of the quirks of Cafe ’91. 

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stools in circles and squares

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all about the details, babe


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every Nick and cranny is Astig ūüėä


My best bets? The World Map corner for the wanderlust, and the Giprad corner leading to the loo.

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Where in the world?

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Me and my apple face. Giprad!



Food and Frappes

Of course, being the foodie that I am, food will always, always, always be part of the agenda. At Cafe 91, your palates will be treated to the most creative feast of flavors.

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Whipped up Waffles: pizza, matcha, strawberry, brownies, cookies and cream, chocolate


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Pasta perfection: White Pasta, Red Pasta, Lasagna

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Burgers, fries, and everything nice.


We all know that Cafe ’91 is the pioneer of monster frappes from in Naga. Doing away with the basics, here’s a Parade of Frappes for you! 
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From left: cookies and cream, matcha, coffee and donut, debutante, happy birthday, cookie monster barkada, death by sweets, sweet 16, s’mores, snickers, cookie monster, Hershey’s

Craving for eye-popping sweet treats? Great news: Cafe ’91 have barkada platters available. Ask the servers for details. Visit Cafe ’91 at its new home at the Second Level of the Avenue Square at Magsaysay Avenue, Naga City. For tasteful teasers, like and follow Cafe ’91 on Facebook and Instagram. See you there!