Park Inn by Radisson Davao celebrates the Kadayawan festival with a special Supersize Boodle Fight Meal, beginning Friday, August 12 till Wednesday August 31, served daily for Lunch and Dinner at RBG, all day dining restaurant.
I had the pleasure of meeting Marco Polo Davao’s new Food & Beverage Manager, Ms. Ma. Consuelo Galang-Yabut, during a media luncheon at the Polo Bistro.
Billed as Asia’s biggest and longest running retail convention, the Asia Pacific Retailers Convention and Exhibition or APRCE is a major project of the Federation of Asia-Pacific Retailers Associations (FAPRA). Composed of 17 national retail associations in Asia Pacific, the FAPRA includes a diverse range of member countries including Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, China, Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei, Korea, Australia, New Zealand, India, Mongolia, Fiji, and Turkey.
Celebrate Mother’s Day with the family at RBG Bar & Grill
The Quickfire Lunch Special was designed to give busy guests a new dining experience, enjoying a short break without the long wait, and comfort food that is easy on the pocket.
“The Big Davao Fun Sale” is the first ever 4-week long shopping frenzy in the Philippines with the retail industry of the City offering fantastic deals like unique activities, discounts, freebies, awards and prizes.
Flavors of the holidays at SM Lanang Premier’s Davao Gourmet Collective A delectable Christmas feast awaits foodies from all over the metro as SM Lanang Premier holds the Christmas edition of Davao’s massive gastronomic celebration on December 6 to 8, 2013.
Opening a restaurant in Davao, or anywhere for that matter, comes with a smorgasbord of challenges. Without effective marketing, it is tough sell to launch a food business even if it is a well-known franchise or opening under a new management.
24/7 Movie Presscon at Spirale, Abreeza Guests are Gerald Anderson and Maja Salvador
As always, my good buddy Ian Garcia wanted to tag me along in the opening of a new restaurant in the city. I told him I didn’t get an invitation (a usual miffed excuse for not attending events). He pooh poohed my ignorance and showed me his invitation card “to bring along a friend.” Well that got me even miffer (if there’s a word) since I’ve been curious to go see what this “plane crash” was all about a month ago when I first saw it protruding from the road. We reached the now traffic-ridden road along Bacaca Road which used to be just a shortcut from the city’s rush hour. Cars were already parked in front of an imposing wooden structure that announces “Outback Grill” at the entrance. You will of course, be curious about the presence of a small airplane which nosedived through its roof. You shall find the answer in its history of the Cross family on the huge menu which you can’t even dare sneak out if you wanted to (same …