The second Valero Eat Street is going to be held this Friday, March 11, 2016, at the Signa Designer Residences in Makati. See you there!
What: Valero Eat Street
Where: Covered al Fresco Atrium, Signa Designer Residences, Valero cor. Rufino St., Valero Access Road 4, Makati City
When: Friday, March 16, 2016 | 11 AM – 10 PM
WEEKENDERS UNITE AND HEAD TO VALERO EAT STREET: BOOZE. GRUB. BEATS.
Stuff yourselves silly with goodies from Bait’s, Crisp on 28th, Pink Panda, Pizza Morena, Ancho Mexican Cantina, BAO.MNL, Crunchybelly by Carlo’s Kitchen, Wagger, Alternative Food Lab, Pepi Cubano, Streetside Bakers, Saddam’s Shawarma, Snag Box Gourmet Hotdogs, Ice Pops Manila, Bits&Dips, RibsManila, Ricefix Cafe 162, Taco Vengo!, Serbs MNL, Native Gourmet, and Takao! Overflowing booze available the whole day!
Valero Eat Street is brought to you by Ampersand Collective, The Fat Kid Inside, Mothership F&B, Robinsons Residences, and McCormick Philippines. Valero Eat Street guarantees the same indulgent whole day, food-coma affair you’ve come to love from the first revelry held last September 2015.
As if having all your favorite yummies come together in one place isn’t enough, there’s going to be awesome entertainment and activities to complete your Friday night bash. Cocktail Mixing with Erwan Heussaff, Beer Pong Competition by Takao, Flip Cup Tourney by Zomato, live musicians (Aeon Mapa, Shirebound and Busking, DJ Pasta Groove, and Keiko Necessario!!), and raffle prizes! Yes? You’re welcome.
It’s an all-day festivity at the covered al fresco atrium of Robinson’s Signa Designer Residences, home of Valero Eat Street. It’s a refreshing, outdoorsy location without the crazy heat, perfect for enjoying your booze and food anytime of the day. From lunch until evening cocktails, spend it there!
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