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31 posts from December 2015

December 30, 2015

New Year's Eve Manila 2016: Awesome Guide to a Dazzling New Year!

UntitledNew Year’s Eve is never complete without a dazzling display of fireworks, fantastic food, and music to usher partygoers into the New Year.

If you love to eat, you can welcome 2016 at Discovery Primea Makati’s “Glitter & Gold” 4-course set menu with champagne to toast, Diamond Hotel’s delicious Corniche Buffet, or Vask's NYE Special. Should you want free flowing Dom Perignon, Spiral Buffet at Sofitel Plaza Manila offers guests a special package dinner so you can toast all you can!

If you’re more into the club scene, you can catch the Bass Jackers at Chaos, City of Dreams Manila or take a dip at The Palace Pool Club’s New Year's Eve Ball. If that’s not your style, then you could revel in the color of the year at Pangaea’s New Year’s Eve White PartySofitel’s Venice-Themed New Year’s Extravaganza: Canaval Venetzia, or Discovery Ortigas' “Live to Tell”, a New Year's Eve party featuring Madonna’s best hits!

You can catch some awesome local acts at Eastwood’s New Year Countdown featuring stars like Rico Blanco, Christian Bautista, and some of Manila’s best DJ’s. 

Here’s a handy guide to some of the best places to go for this New Year’s Eve…

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December 29, 2015

SOLSTICE: A Story About Transitions (One Way 2.0s) @PowerPlantMall


SOLSTICE is a modern European restaurant by Joseph Assad of One Way Restaurant and Jackie Rodriguez, the innovator behind the Bistro Group (TGI Fridays, Italiannis) and Global Restaurant Concepts (CPK, IHOP). 

Its name is inspired by the astrological transitions that happen in June (summer solstice--the longest day of the year) and December (winter solstice--the shortest day of the year). This is why the Solstice restaurant concept is all about transitions.

First, both owners have moved on from their previous projects and invested on this homegrown 8 Rockwell restaurant. 

Second, the restaurant menu will start with One Way dishes and then evolve as they feature known chefs every three months, to showcase their cuisine for a week and leave a few recipes. 

Third, they will also feature Indian food on Mondays and Mediterranean cuisine on Tuesdays.

We tried Solstice a day after they opened the restaurant (during the winter solstice) and here's what we think about it...


Solstice Bistro & Boulangerie
8 Rockwell, Hidalgo Drive, Rockwell, Makati

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December 28, 2015

ASCOTT BGC Staycation: Living like a Resident in the Heart of BGC! @Ascott_Ltd

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ASCOTT BGC is one of the best staycations we experienced with the family in 2015. We love the spacious 3-bedroom executive apartment and the central location of Ascott with the best foodie places in the city.

Check out the Ascott BGC Staycation experience...

ASCOTT The Residence BGC
28th Street corner 5th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City 1634 Philippines
Telephone: +632 860-9888
Website: Ascott The Residence BGC
Instagram: ascott_ltd
Twitter: @Ascott_Ltd
Facebook: Ascott The Residence

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December 27, 2015

HEAT's Mad For Wagyu: Create-Your-Own 10 Course Wagyu Degustacion! @EdsaShangriLa

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MAD FOR WAGYU is Heat Edsa Shangri-La's Eat-all-you-can Wagyu buffet, which will be held every Saturday dinner for P2,415 net, to kick off 2016.

Did you know that we are one of the biggest consumers of Wagyu meat outside of Japan? Manila is sure to go crazy over this Wagyu buffet experience!

Here's what you need to know about Mad for Wagyu and how to plan your Wagyu attack...


Lobby Level, Tower Wing, Edsa Shangri-La Hotel
Telephone: +632 633-8888 ext. 2740
Operating Hours: 6 pm to 10.30 pm, last call for buffet at 10.00pm
Mad for Wagyu: P2,415 net/person (Every Saturday Dinner)  
For more info, visit Restaurant Heat website

Related Blog Post: HEAT'S MAD FOR LOBSTERS: Ultimate Lobster Feast in Manila! (Every Friday @EdsaShangrila)



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“Ligligan Parul” 2015: Solidarity through Light & Song at San Fernando, Pampanga

“Ligligan Parul”, or the Giant Lantern Festival is held every December at San Fernando, Pampanga—starting December 19 up until January 6. These intricate structures nearly 20 feet in diameter are brilliant displays of the city’s century old lantern-making heritage.

This year, 11 barangays (San Jose, Santa Lucia, Dolores, Santo Niño, San Juan, Telebastagan, Del Pilar, Calulut, Sindalan, Pandaras, and San Nicolas) have participated at this colorful showdown of the best giant lantern in Pampanga!

San Fernando, Pampanga
Website: http://giantlantern.ph/
Facebook: GiantLantern

Read on to learn more about Team OAP’s experience at “Ligligan Parul” 2015…

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