Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Welcome to Java Jazz Coffee Shop in Tagaytay City!

Sipping a cup of hot and freshly brewed coffee is a wonderful experience in the cool, mountain city of Tagaytay. And it's extra special if you're drinking this steaming hot cup of java in a homey and cozy place called Java Jazz Coffee Shop in Sungay West, Tagaytay City.You can't miss this little yellow colored coffee house with a bright red sign in between two giant narra trees. It's just along the Tagaytay - Calamba Road. On your left side if you're going to Picnic Grove or People's Park in the Sky and a couple of blocks from Ina ng Laging Saklolo Parish Church.

Java Jazz Coffee opened on 2004 at the eastern part of Tagaytay. The name comes from the owners fondness for java or brewed coffee while listening to soothing and relaxing jazz music. Java Jazz serves not only the locals but also Tagaytay's visitors of all ages. It serves Java Jazz Comfort Drinks like 'Cafe de Tagaytay', Java Jazz's house blend and 'Kapeng Pinoy!', the coffee shop's version of kapeng barako, 'Tsokolate-eh!', Filipino's thick hot chocolate and 'Green Tea', their refreshing health tea. Java Jazz also offers freezin' cool version of these caffein energized drinks together with fresh, home-baked cookies, pastries and hot meals while listening to the soft and relaxing jazzy music and viewing artworks exhibited at 'Sining sa Sahig' ( Art on the Floor ) inside the snug, wooden floored coffee house. Sining sa Sahig regularly exhibits works of local artists from Cavite and from different parts of the country.

Certainly, Java Jazz Coffee Shop is the place where you can...Feel Good.

You can reach us at:
442 Tagaytay - Calamba Road, Sungay West, Tagaytay City, Cavite, Philippines
Tel. No. (046)8602699


Coffee Shop Art Gallery Lodging House

Java Jazz Comfort Drinks

"It's small enough to miss. But once you slow down, you'll be glad you did. Not many people know about this place, which is probably why we like coming back here. If you want to get away from all the "hustle and bustle" of your hectic life, this would be a nice little place to hide out. Why? One, they have a cafe that serves wicked nice coffee ( hot and strong, or cold and sweet ) with a small gallery featuring works of local artists and jazz music. Two, they've got a small B&B with four bedrooms and it follow that the rooms come with breakfast. Now, how can you not relax after all that?

Inside the cafe is the small gallery called Sining sa Sahig, so called because the art is displayed on the floor owing to the cafe's low-ceiling. You can either have the brew inside the snug wooden floored cafe or outside, as you watch the cars pass by. Either way, contemplation and relaxation is guaranteed. The cafe not only serves java, but a variety of cold drinks and hot meals from pastas to sandwiches, and pastries. If you want to take away some of that coffee back to the city, that can be arranged as well. In the meantime, when you're here, really be here. Never be in any hurry to soak up the atmosphere where it's nippy and calm."

- excerpts from Fudge Magazine, November 2007 issue.