The cessation of CDO Night Cafe and Bazaar at Divisoria was indeed a shocking news since it was something that has already been part of our daily CDO life.:-) It was a kind of weekend reminder since it was held every Fridays and Saturdays. Once the tents had been set up early in the afternoon, you knew that it was already Friday. Admit it, it was something that defines who we truly are as Kagayanons, fun people and friendly. Thus, weekends in our place can never be boring. I can still remember one time when there was another CDO Night Cafe at the Rodelsa Circle Rotunda every Sundays and Mondays which set the record of celebrating the longest weekend from Friday to Monday.
Despite of the drawbacks, its permanent movement at Rodelsa Rotunda last August 15, 2014 somehow gave everyone a relief that finally, CDO Night Cafe and Bazaar is back. This time the place is bigger, it may be not as accessible like in Divisoria but at least we can describe it as “plastar”.
How to get there?
By private vehicle:
If you’re just within downtown, let’s say in Divisoria, you can get there either by entering CGY Fit Fitness Solutions, Tomas Saco Street since CDO Night Cafe and Bazaar is located just behind it or Don Apolinar Velez St. with E Bar, Rooftop, The Pacifico Botique Hotel and de Calzada as trademark then, turn left until you see start seeing the tents.
By public vehicle:
Ride a motorella and stop at CGY fit / sports complex (P7 fare), then the road towards CDO Night Cafe and Bazaar is just within walking distance. Just follow the road going down, once you see the CGY Fit Car Spa then you’ve reached the destination. Go follow the tents then and choose where you want to eat.
My first visit? I honestly had a hard time choosing as to where to dine. But I’ll help you choose as I fill up all the stalls I’ve tried at CDO Night Cafe and Bazaar below: