The Mercato Centrale Food Fair is back!
As more establishments are set to re-open, the al fresco food fair which hosts a handful of brands and cuisines, has resumed operations in even more areas in the metro. This is following the easing of COVID-19 restrictions to restaurants– both indoor and outdoor.(Read: Food, Family, And Fame: Chef RV Manabat On Becoming A Well-Loved Chef)
Check this out to see if there’s a Mercato Centrale ,and its new “baby”, Sunset Market, that’s close to where you live so you can drop by and support local food businesses!
Piazza Venice, McKinley Hill
The first of four Mercato Centrale venues is Piazza Venice in McKinley Hill, Taguig City. Piazza Venice is the newest addition to the Mercato Centrale venues! They are open from Thursday to Sunday, 3PM to 10PM.
Central Plaza, Eastwood City
If you’re from around Quezon City, you might want to drop by Eastwood City to check out the businesses you can buy from! The Mercato in Eastwood hosts around 30 vendors and is open from 3PM to 10PM, Thursday to Sunday. (Read: 3 Favorite Food of Pope John Paul II You Can Try For His Feast Day)
SM by the Bay Central Park
A hotspot for tourists in the recent weeks, SM by the Bay now holds Mercato Centrale every Wednesday to Sunday from 3PM to 10PM. Aptly called Mercato by the Bay, guests can enjoy their favorite food near Manila Bay, in what is currently the city’s biggest food fair!
Another location for the fair is in Uptown Bonifacio in Taguig. So if you’re from nearby–you either work or live in the area–you should drop by and support local food businesses! They are open from 3PM to 9PM, every Thursday to Sunday.