CASA IBARRA, A New Filipino Inpired Events Venue in Pasay City

There’s a new events venue in town, Casa Ibarra, which offers a Filipino inspired venue for your next party! Casa Ibarra’s take on modern Filipino design with its interiors and down to the minute details (use of capiz, raffia fabric and T’nalak) is an amazing piece of work.

It is located in MOA Complex, Pasay City and very accessible to malls, churches and business establishments that will surely be a great venue for weddings, corporate events, debuts and other events. It is the fifth and grandest events venue of Ibarra’s Party Venues and Catering to date.

Upon entering, we were greeted by the accommodating staffs ready to welcome us with food and drinks. We were also treated to a violinist’s exquisite music at their Grand Launch. There’s also a big artwork called Homage to Monet by a French-Filipino artist Olivia d’Aboville when you enter the lobby.

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