Adriatico Street
Looking south towards Remedios Circle in Malate
Former name(s)Dakota Street
NamesakeMacario Adriatico
The Dakotas (formerly)
Maintained byDepartment of Public Works and Highways – South Manila District Engineering Office[1][2]
Length2.17 km (1.35 mi)[1]
North endPadre Faura Street in Ermita
Pedro Gil Street
N140 (Quirino Avenue)
South endOcampo Street in Malate

Adriatico Street is a north–south road connecting Ermita and Malate districts in Manila, Philippines. Its northern terminus is at Padre Faura Street in Ermita carrying southbound traffic all the way to Quirino Avenue in Malate. South of Quirino, the street becomes two way with a wide median running down the center from just past the Manila Zoo up to its southern terminus at Ocampo Street.

Adriatico is known primarily for its restaurants and bars centered on the area around Manila's Korea Town between Pedro Gil and San Andres Streets, considered the center of bohemian night life in the city.[3]

The street was named in 1964 after Macario Adriatico, a Filipino parliamentarian and author of Manila's city charter. It was formerly known as Dakota Avenue, after the U.S. states of North and South Dakota, collectively known as The Dakotas.[4][5]


Remedios Circle


  1. ^ a b "South Manila". Department of Public Works and Highways. Retrieved April 24, 2021.
  2. ^ "Road and Bridge Inventory". Department of Public Works and Highways. Retrieved April 24, 2021.
  3. ^ "Malate's Cafes, a Walk on the Bohemian Side of Manila". The New York Times. Retrieved October 8, 2013.
  4. ^ Macario G. Adriatico (1869-1919) Archived 2013-12-20 at the Wayback Machine published by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines; accessed 2013-10-08.
  5. ^ "Honorable Macario Gonzales Adriatico". Retrieved November 29, 2021.

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