Millennial, listen up! I know most of you have this thing for food parks and I do not want to ask why (because seriously, who doesn’t?). There’s a lot of food parks, particularly in Manila that you should visit. From good choices of food to great and cozy ambiance, there is definitely a great spot for you! Below, we listed down our Top 5 Food Parks in Metro Manila that you should visit with your friends and family.
Here’s the Top 5 Food Parks in Metro Manila
Maginhawa Food Park StrEat
From Street food to Italian favorites to Asian Cuisine, this park is really a food heaven! And if you think you still have empty spaces in your stomach after all the eating, worry not because you still have a lot of establishments to choose from! Just go outside the park, take a walk in the streets of Maginhawa, and let the food hunting begins!
Address: 91 Maginhawa, Diliman, Quezon City
Operating Hours: 5 PM – 12 AM
Aside from good choices of food, The Yard also has a room for bands and DJs. There’s a stage that allows bands and DJs to perform while you’re eating and chilling with your friends. When no one is on stage, cool music blasts from the speakers.
Address: 83 Xavierville Avenue, Quezon City
Operating Hours: 4 PM – 12 AM
Buendia Food by the Court
This is the first food park in Makati and the first to have a basketball court right beside it. The fully covered basketball court is open on all sides. Featuring a shower and flooring made out of vinyl laminates to create a hardwood effect, this is a first-rate sports venue available for rent.
Address: Corner of Bautista Street and Sen. Gil J. Puyat Avenue, Makati
Operating Hours: (5 PM – 12 AM)
Carnival Marikina Food Park
Aside from its wonderful selection of food, kids and kids at heart can also enjoy this park as it is carnival-themed from its entrance to its decor!
Address: 87 Mayor Gil Fernando Ave, Marikina City
Operating Hours: (4 AM – 12 AM)
Adventure Food Park
Address: 704 Aurora Boulevard, Quezon City
Operating Hours: (4 PM – 2 AM)
Those are the Top 5 Food Parks in Metro Manila. Have you been to any of these food parks? What is your experience? Please leave a comment down below!