Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest It was a decade worth remembering, so it probably won’t come as a surprise to know that a lot of brands from retail, fashion, to speakeasy bars are drawing inspiration from its distinct pop culture. The internet changed how we would consume entertainment, and, if you grew up in the decade that seems rife for nostalgia these days, you’re in a unique position. Comparing to the current generation, the ’90s babies remember what it’s like to exist in a world before the long hours spent on Instagram or Facebook, and all the inconveniences and delights this entailed. It was a perfect time where everyone indeed had a good time just by hanging out with friends and enjoying each other’s company. Yes! Please This perfectly balanced mix of nostalgia and familiarity that comes with the 90s era was the inspiration behind Manila’s premier dive bar, YES! Please’s latest year-end offering. DOUBLE DARE—Corn infused Maker’s Mark Bourbon, Corn Syrup, Lime, Egg White, Ardbeg 10 DOUBLE DARE HEDWIG OF SIBERIA—1800 Reposado, Pimenton Dram, Mango, Lime Orgeat, Banana Liqueur HEDWIG OF SIBERIA TAHOOO—Plantation OFTD, Soya milk, Arnibal, Vanilla Bitters, Cheese Foam TAHOOO BEEP ME—Tanqueray, Aperol, Grapefruit juice, Lime, Egg white, Strawberry, Honey Lemongrass BEEP ME GAP’S KHAKIS—Tequila Peanut Cachaca, Pandan syrup, Tequila Coconut, Lime, Egg white GAP’S KHAKIS HOUSE OF PAIN—Citadelle Gin, Suze, Dolin Blanc, Lychee Liqueur, Lemon oil HOUSE OF PAIN DANCING BABY—Port Wine, Luxardo Maraschino, Amaro Montenegro lime, Cucumber DANCING BABY SNAPPLE LADY—Hennessy, Tepache, Lime, Cinnamon, Basil, Peach bitters, Fire water SNAPPLE LADY EAST COAST—Maker’s Mark Bourbon, Cacao, Coffee Campari, Dolib Rouge EAST COAST “Yes please has always been a fun and easy going bar. We love cocktails but we also like straight up shots; we like beer and we like wine. So we try to mix it up together in a very casual way, and the themes of our menu change all the time in terms of categories and styles, but we have one thing that remains constant which is keeping things true to what the essence of the bar is, which is very casual and ’90s,” says Erwan Heussaff, one of the bar’s founders. Restaurateur and club owner Erwan Heussaff together with Yes! Please head bartender Mark Herrera; Erwan Heussaff To keep things in line with the theme, Yes! Please’s new menu selection was artistically laid-out to look like a middle school notebook. “This was inspired by the Magic School Bus, which was my favorite cartoons growing up on Nickelodeon. And the drinks draw emotion from that very nostalgic childhood memory. So, the idea is coming up with things that people are used to, names that you recognize such as Devon Sawa or Beepers; all 90s references. And we brought in the very sweet cocktail way, with stronger focus on classic bearings. Smaller ingredients but well selected and put together”, Heussaff adds. The Palace’s eclectic nightlife scene continues to draw the attention of young and mature club goers who want nothing but to have real fun. And for those who want to be in a quieter place with good music and a wide selection of cocktail drinks, Yes! Please offers that full range of experience. Yes! Please’s newest cocktail menu is available until March 2019. Yes! Please is located at The Palace Manila, 11th avenue corner 38th street, Uptown Bonifacio, Taguig City.