25 Sep Pirates Seafood Restaurant and Karaoke Bar: Another Grub, Guzzling, and Fun Place is Open in Cagayan de Oro
Cagayan de Oro and Northern Mindanao is famous for its marine resources, and this has opened the trend for seafood restaurants all over the city because the main marketing cry of these restaurants is “fresh.”
Definitely, CDO has become famous for the fresh seafood menus served not only in Filipino dish and grill style, but also in a fast-becoming-popular Southwest American style of seafood cooking.
Western-style seafood cooking has always been a constant favorite, surprisingly, all over the world, and the concept of bringing this type of seafood cuisine has just recently opened with the Pirate Seafood Restaurant and Karaoke Bar.
The concept of the Pirate is to have customers experience seafood cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere, but should they want some fun, the karaoke bar offers a more raucous atmosphere. There is no doubt in mind that Cagayanons love and enjoy going to restaurants to savor delicious food, and this is what Pirate wants everyone to experience.
The Pirate Theme
The restaurant and bar is located along Lapasan Highway just across Home Plus and right after passing Goldtown. They are open from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 am starting this October 2015. Naturally, the name of the place itself may invoke images of pirates and pirate ships like Captain Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean movies.
Of course, it’s not putting “piracy” part forward but rather of these sea faring people who love to dine on all manner of edible water creatures and finding unique ways of cooking seafood cuisine. You would think you were entering a boat that manufactures fresh tuna fish, but then, live seafood is, after all, the main draw-in for Pirate. Customers will definitely have fun with all the pirate theme decorations all over the place.
Pirate’s Best Sellers
The restaurant’s bestsellers are actually a combination of seafoods like the spicy Tuna Dynamite, Crablets, King Crab, and Malasugue Kinilaw, and meat dishes like Babyback Ribs and fresh organic chicken dishes.
Customers are greatly encouraged to try out the pirate’s Casili, Pugapu, or whatever fancies your palate from the Pirate’s live aquarium. For drinks, the house favorite is, you guessed it, Captain Morgan’s Spiced Rum.
Interesting Additional Features
Of course, the eating experience is not just limited to relaxed dining; scattered around the restaurant are television screens that play famous pirate movies. Also, as part of their name implies, you can have fun at their KTV rooms and sing your voice hoarse.
They also have club rooms or function rooms available starting at a minimum of 30 persons or for functions up to 100 persons. They even accept bookings for catering services. Special events even come with an option for pirate costumes for a pirate-themed party.
First time customers going to the place might quickly recognize it as one of the former branches of The Barn restaurant, now aptly converted to a pirate movie themed restaurant. Even the waiters are dressed like pirates, of course, the old 18th and 19th century pirates, and not like those Somali pirates. If you enjoy seafood dining, why not try out Pirate Seafood Restaurant and Karaoke Bar for a taste of something different when it comes to seafood and other meat and fowl dishes. Of course, please do be warned that you won’t Johnny Depp or any real pirates at the place.