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Stonepeak Cafe, Don Salvador Ultimate Guide - Rates, Directions, What to Eat

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If you're looking for some Instagram-worthy shots when visiting Don Salvador Benedicto, then Stonepeak Cafe is the place to be. It has the well-known stone-made house and an overlooking mountain view of the Don Salvador and Murcia.

You can also take a sip of their native coffee or enjoy some short snacks in their cafe. When the weather permits, you can sit and relax on their grassy slope areas and outdoor chairs and just enjoy the view and cold breeze of Baguio-like capital of Negros Occidental.
Direction and accessibility in the map via Bacolod The cafe is located on the mountainous side of Don Salvador just a few minutes before their Municipal Hall. If you're coming from Bacolod City, it will take around 1 hour to reach the Stonepeak Cafe.

You can take public transportation like the Ceres Bus for around P70 to P90 fare per head for an hour and a half travel time. But it is a little challenging when arriving at the corner as the cafe is a few minutes away from the main road.

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Cafe Piendre - Best Native Coffee in Bago City, Negros?

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Where's the best coffee in the town of Bago in Negros? Since the rehabilitation of Bantayan Boulevard, more cafes and coffee shops have started to pop. With too many options available, one will wonder if which has the best-served 'native' coffee in town.

Pride of Brgy. Alianza - Cafe Piendre

Before Cafe Piendre was brought in the city proper, the cafe was first known as a small coffee shop situated just before the Buenos Aires Mountain Resort which is part of Brgy. Alianza. Probably it was discovered through the local tourists of the resort which eventually created a strong word of mouth around town. Eventually, more people have started to visit the coffee shop despite it is located on the mountain side of the city.

But, perhaps, the biggest reason why it has become popular is because of their great-tasting coffee. They only serve native coffee on which the beans were harvested from the farms of Brgy. Alianza.

How's the coffee better in Cafe Piendre?

After trying a handf…