Makati Closes off Paseo De Roxas for Foodie Street Meet on October 23
Trick-or-treaters are in for a great weekend as Paseo de Roxas closes on Oct. 23 as Make It Makati hosts its second Street Meet, bringing various street food eats, a kiddie fair, and musical performances.
Make It Makati has invited vendors from the famed Salcedo Market—Monster Burger, Elbert’s Sandwiches, Saikuro Steak, La Cuisine, Old Fashion Tapa House, Chicken Inasal, Jiro’s Lechon, No Fat No Glory, Llanes Farm, Delicane, The Commissary Kitchen, Authentic House of Curry, Merry Moo, Gostoso Piri Piri, Milea Bee Farm, Rafik Shawarma, Don Churro, Easternbloc Inc., Manong’s Bagnet, Michelle’s Homemade Putong Ube Atbp., Rita’s Kitchen, Bersi Gyros Shawarma, Tuna Town Seafood Place, SCM Beverage, Stanford Shaw Brew, Cheryl’s Cuisine, Margarita’s Paella, Antipolo Delicacies, Pamangan, Bread Basic and Haici Food Services.
The Makati Street Meet is supported by Alveo and Hunt and Gather.
Admission to the street party activities is free on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, visit www.makeitmakati.com or like and follow Make It Makati on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Source: Manila Bulletin Make It Makati