In sync with the Museum's collection of aircraft and artifacts that chronicle the rich history of U.S. Naval Aviation, the Museum's Cubi Bar Café is also an exhibit. Opened in 1996, the restaurant's décor and layout duplicates the bar area of the famous Cubi Point Officers' Club that was a major source of enjoyment for Navy and Marine Corps squadrons, ships and units as they passed into the Western Pacific.
For almost 40 years, the club was a marvelous mix of American efficiency and Filipino hospitality.
When the club was closed in 1992, the many plaques - more than 1,000 in number - that adorned the walls of the club as tokens of thanks, were packed up and sent to the Museum, to be placed as they were when the Cubi Club was closed.
The Cubi Bar Café is open daily 10:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. and serves soups, salads and deli sandwiches. Our breads are baked fresh daily on the premises