Tarlac City hopped on the food park bandwagon just last April as it opened the doors of its first and only food park (so far) – Hungry Yard! Roughly three hours away from Manila, Hungry Yard is located right in the heart of Tarlac.
Concessionaires were carefully selected to make sure that guests get the best that Tarlac has to offer. They are mostly home cooks turned entrepreneurs who are more than generous in sharing their long kept food recipes with Tarlac. There are no two stalls in Hungry Yard that offer the same item.
9 Wings offers various chicken dishes and is famous for their wings. They have 9 signature flavors, which include Texas Honey BBQ, Spicy Cheese & Jalapeno, Bulgogi, Honey Mustard, Classic Buffalo, and Sweet Chili.
Game for a few drinks after devouring on all the superb meals? There are craft beers in the house! Perfect way to cap off your trip. Araro TLC Taproom has a variety of locally crafted beer. They offer White Mango Ale, Iniruban Pale Ale, Coco Stout, Ordinario, Session Belgian, and TLC Lager.
We often hear the phrase putok batok to refer to fatty foods like bagnet, chicharon bulaklak, and crispy pata. Putok Batok is about all things fatty but good! You know when it feels kind of wrong but tastes so right? We definitely understand you. Besides, just the right amount won’t hurt, so give in.
Mayumu Ngan is a Kapampangan phrase which means ‘everything is sweet’ and that’s pretty much what this stall is all about.
Owned and operated by the Baluyot family, The Hungry Yard is still undergoing continuous improvements to add other activities that will make the park a complete Tarlac destination! KTV rooms, game rooms, and function rooms are among those that are already in line to open soon.
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Hungry Yard is located at San Vicente Diversion Road, Tarlac City, Tarlac. The food park is open every Monday and Wednesday to Sunday (closed Tuesdays) from 4pm to 12mn. Contact 0917-5141915, like Hungry Yard on Facebook (hungryyard) and follow on Instagram (hungryyard).