Weekend markets have been staples in our local market scene and you'll see one almost every month, or sometimes every week! They entice people with new food and market concepts, giving people the chance to buy something unique and something that can't be readily seen in the malls. These weekend markets have also become starting points for new entrepreneurs as well as breeding grounds for home-based/online stores. It's amazing how much stuff and food you can find in these events but most times, they become repetitive and well, very common.
In a world that embraces change and diversity, we often get bored easily of the usual. We always look for something new. Good thing we have weekend markets like the Mandala Park Weekend Market that carefully curates purveyors in each of their run to create a theme like no other. They don't just curate for the sake of creating a weekend market, they conceptualize and makes sure that each run is unique.
On it's 5th installment, happening this weekend - February 20th, they partnered with Philippine Culinary Heritage Movement. The idea is for them to celebrate the love month with "hearty and tasty homegrown dishes."
"Show your love for local this February 20, Saturday, from 4 to 9 PM as the 5th Mandala Park Weekend Market teams up with the Philippine Culinary Heritage Movement to celebrate the month of love with hearty and tasty homegrown dishes.
Spend a wonderful afternoon with the people you care about and delight over authentic Filipino dishes like Asiong’s Carinderia’s gratifying squid ink pancit, Homemade Treasure’s delectable ensaymadas, Sapin Sapin’s enticing rice desserts, and Jonas Manila’s heavenly beef pares, among other great treats. Flow Retreats will also be there to conduct a yoga barter class in the afternoon to kick off a truly satisfying day.
So join us and see why more and more people have come to love the weekend markets of Mandala Park, Litton & Co.’s unique enclave of wellness. And while you’re there, treat yourself to amazing Filipino dishes and products that will only make you love our distinct culinary heritage even more. "
So mark your calendars and get your tummies ready for this truly Filipino weekend market happening this Saturday!
See you there?
Venue: Litton and Co., Inc., Mandala Park, #312 Shaw Boulevard, Barangay Pleasant Hills, Mandaluyong 1550
Please see map below for your reference --