Dear Joe & Joe’s Tavern add to the list of cool places to wine and dine at Crosswinds, Tagaytay

Dear Joe & Joe’s Tavern add to the list of cool places to wine and dine at Crosswinds, Tagaytay

When imagination becomes a reality, the possibilities seem endless.

Situated at the awesome view of the lush hills of Crosswinds in Tagaytay, the Villar Group comes out with another project that lives up to the company’s brand of luxurious living.

Local tourists and diners can now enjoy a drink or two at the newly opened Dear Joe and Joe’s Tavern, which arehoused in a Danish-style architecture built inside Crosswinds.

Inspired by the Tivoli Clock Tower in California, one can enjoy a drink of a glass of strawberry tequila rose or blue vanilla vodka at Joe’s Tavern in a backdrop of panoramic blue skies and cold breeze perfumed by the crisp scent of around 35,000 pine trees.  

Feel the warmth of the embrace of your loved ones and close friends. Pour your emotions after selecting from an array of craft and special beers; sparkling, white, and red wine and a number of cocktails prepared by experienced bartenders.

Simply chill with an order of boozy iced coffee mix-ins at Joe’s Tavern, inspired by the English taverns and gastropub.

In addition to the host of unique restaurants that offer delicious food and drinks, Dear Joe occupies the ground floor of the structure that is sitting at an elevated portion of the Crosswinds Luxury Resorts. Joe’s Tavern is on the second floor.

The shops are overlooking the soon-to-be developed 24-hectare enclave known as Laussane, which boasts a beautiful skyline of the metro made more beautiful by its panoramic views and the serene community.

Dear Joe & Joe’s Tavern add to the list of cool places to wine and dine at Crosswinds, Tagaytay

Joe’s Tavern offers Bavarian-inspired food such as Schweinshaxe (German pork knuckles), Schnitzels, and an assortment of sausages that will surely hit the spot.

Dear Joe, the country’s first letter-writing cafe, has a good selection of food and wine. Dear Joe also specializes in coffee and fruit smoothies, and pasta, pizza, and more.

Joe’s Tavern and Dear Joe add to the series of commercial establishments at Crosswinds that has expanded in the past two years of the pandemic.   From its entrance, the unique cafes and restaurants that line up the area include Ruined Project, Napa, Cafe Yama, Windmill by Laussane, Andersens’ Bakery, and Cafe Voila.

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