Blow Off Steam then Relax with Coffee at this New Rage Room in Makati

The one place where it’s okay to break things.
by | November 30, 2023

Deadlines, traffic, and the expensive prices of goods – are just some of what make life challenging. Going on a break might be the first thing to come to mind, but not everyone has the luxury of time and budget to hit pause for a few days. Fortunately, safe spaces like The Rage Room are around the metro to let city dwellers blow off steam in a way that might work for them. Know more about it: 


The Rage Room 

We all have different ways of relieving stress. Some journal, some go on a holiday, and some need to smash things. Originally hailing from Paranque, The Rage Room just opened a new branch in Makati, offering safe rooms where you have the freedom to throw things around and scream. Who knows, this method might work for you. 

Painted with graffiti, this new branch has three rooms you can try. 


How much is the experience? 

The Rage Room’s rates depend on how long you spend in the rooms. Rates are P180 for 15 minutes, P250 for 20 minutes, and P300 for 30 minutes. 

This is already inclusive of safety gear, baseball bats and crowbars, six bottles or plates, and markers. 


Then, relax with a good cup of coffee  

One thing that sets The Rage Room apart from other spots with the same concept is that they have an in-house cafe perfect for relaxation after breaking plates and bottles. Once you’ve let all the pent-up anger and frustrations, it’s time to treat yourself to a sweet treat and a good cup of joe. 

When you visit, don’t forget to try their best-selling drink, Iced White Chocolate Mocha

To see their full menu, send a message on Facebook. 


Where is it located? 

The Rage Room is located at U/G Upper Circuit Lane, Ayala Malls Circuit, Makati. 


For more inquiries and information, message The Rage Room on Facebook



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When she’s not writing, Ina’s busy curating playlists that will save her when words don’t work, reading, annoying her cat, or thinking of her next meal.

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