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Along with several salient happenings, the rave on food parks all over Metro Manila has been one of the most striking things of the past year. Why wouldn’t it? Unique eats, chill atmosphere—what’s not to like?

We’ve rounded up a few of the best.

1. StrEat: Maginhawa Food Park

A scene at StrEat: Maginhawa. Photo courtesy of StrEat | Facebook

Quezon City’s Maginhawa is home to StrEat: Maginhawa Food Park, one of the forerunners of the food park industry. It boasts of good grub from 11 food stalls scattered all over the place, and the vibrancies of local artistry.

Packaged with the same ingenious experience, StrEat has recently opened their second installment in Commonwealth. 91 Maginhawa St, UP Village, Quezon City; Lot 20, Block 177, Don Mariano Marcos Avenue, Quezon City, +639399232470

2. Borderline Food Park

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Food, music, and lights. Borderline Food Park lives up to their slogan as they have the spot of an at ease environment perfect for straight up chilling. With 16 stands serving various food selections, satisfy your every craving while basking in the goodness of live music. 3635 P. Sanchez St, Santa Mesa, Manila, +639399174611

3. Carnival Food Park

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For those of you scouting on a new place for your Instagram game, Carnival Food Park is the place to be. This carnival-themed food lot in Marikina proudly holds 26 kiosks with the trendiest food concepts. 87 Mayor Gil Fernando Avenue, Marikina City

4. Gastro Park Kapitolyo

While Kapitolyo has always been considered to be one of the top picks for great grub, Gastro Park Kapitolyo has upped the charm of the destination with its 15 food tenants. Fancy eats or adventurous treats, this place has got it all for you. 12 1st St, Barangay Kapitolyo, Pasig City

5. Grub Hub

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Divided into three areas, Visayas Avenue’s Grub Hub has got the right balance of exceptionally good food from 17 stalls and an outstandingly enticing milieu down to a science. It’s divided into sections: the Junkyard, a setting made with recyclable materials, the Hippieyard, a set with colorful lanterns and performances from time to time, and the Greenhouse, a site of air-conditioned dining. 47 Visayas Avenue corner Congressional Avenue Extension, Tandang Sora, Quezon City, +639176255026

6. Hole in the Wall

Do not be fooled by its name, Hole in the Wall is nowhere near grimy. The food hall by Century Mall offers a wide variety of upscale cuisine and sundry furnishing. With 11 stalls strewn, it definitely holds up to the vision of spreading good experiences through a fine food collective. 4/F, Century City Mall, 1210, Kalayaan Ave, Makati City

7. Backyard Food Park

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Backyard Food Park is another food haven along Quezon City. Though the town is literally heaping with food parks, this one champions over enough square meters of space for 15 food stalls and street vibes. As their tagline suggests, feel free to eat, chill, and enjoy. Lot 11, Block 7, Regalado Avenue, Corner Coronet Street, Fairview, Quezon City

8. Buendia Food by The Court

The nation’s love for hoops has been taken to another level in Buendia Food by The Court. Aside from 17 food stalls, there is also a deck for a good view of the city. Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue corner Bautista & Finlandia Streets, Makati City, +632 7445510

9. The Yard at Xavierville

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The Yard screams loud with character through its food, sounds, and highlights. Xavierville Avenue’s food port is not to be missed, especially by its design. Its three floors of 16 food stalls in container vans truly shape the vibes of the hub. The Yard’s second food park, molded over the London Underground train system just opened in Kapitolyo, too. 83 Xavierville Avenue, Loyola Heights, Quezon City



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