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PRESS by Fully Booked

Yearning for quick respite in the metro? Grab a book (or a companion) and head on over to PRESS by Fully Booked.

PRESS by Fully Booked boasts top quality menu complete with all-day breakfast, starters, appetizers, dessert and coffee. Quietly tucked away in a corner of Fully Booked, its contemporary yet captivating interiors provide a conducive ambiance for unwinding. Shelves are filled with books of different genres, all specially curated by the Fully Booked team.

Contact Info

PRESS by Fully Booked

Alabang
Ground Floor, Fully Booked Building
Theater Driver corner Commerce Avenue
Alabang Town Center, Alabang
Muntinlupa City
(02) 804 3591

Redemption Hours:
Weekdays, 11AM-10PM

Greenhills
Third Floor, Power Plant Mall
Rockwell, Makati City
(02) 901 4177

Redemption Hours:
Weekdays, 11AM-9:30PM

Rockwell
Second Floor, Promenade
Greenhills, San Juan City
(0915) 995 6317

Redemption Hours:
Weekdays, 11AM-9PM

If you want to chill, read a book, and drink coffee at the same time, head to Press.

If you want to chill, read a book, and drink coffee at the same time, head to Press. Their newly renovated store boasts classy wooden interior matched with well-lit ambiance and inspiring wall that greets when you dine in.

Izureiru Koi
zomato

Someone else may have noticed because the PRESS in Full Booked Rockwell has renovated and rebranded, with more offers and exciting new interiors that will delight any bibliophile.

Someone else may have noticed because the PRESS in Full Booked Rockwell has renovated and rebranded, with more offers and exciting new interiors that will delight any bibliophile. Books are now incorporated into their design—a collage by the counter, a Jenga-like stack of pocket books near the entrance, cut-out art installations propped against a wall—and they're even available for reading!

Nicai de Guzman
spot.ph

The interior may suggest that it is just one of those hipster cafes but it is so much more than that.

The interior may suggest that it is just one of those hipster cafes but it is so much more than that. It celebrates food, coffee, and books all in one place. There are books and magazines ready to be opened, coffee waiting to be drunk and food dying to be eaten. And as a writer, these are the three most important things in life.

Christina Advincula
When in Manila