It’s your turn to spoil dad – treat him to a special spread and shopping experience he will absolutely love for Father’s Day!
Cravings is treating all dads on June 16 with a gastronomic and curated retail experience at the Cravings Events Hall in Katipunan dubbed as “Meat My Dad.” Families get to share memorable moments over a lavish lunch meat buffet for only Php850 per person.
Be the proud son or daughter and pin the provided orange ribbon on him at the venue so he can sit back and be treated like a king.
On June 15 and 16, special dad treats include a test-drive pass for a Mazda CX-5 FWD (for the first 25 dads). They will also have the chance to get a style upgrade for less with discounted items from footwear store The Playground Premium Outlet and Shirts Avenue (with styling tips open to all family members).
On June 16, a free car wash or change oil are up for grabs at Pertua and free car wash at K'archer (open to first 30 dads). The first 20 dads who will dine in also have the chance to get a snazzy new haircut at the Ilustrado Barbershop booth for just Php100 (instead of Php450). Vintage Pens by G and LifeKit, a brand of safety and survival kits, is also present at the event.
Dads will also have the chance to work on something they’ve been meaning to do (such as working out or going on a quick family getaway) with free GI.Jo Fitness passes, free consultation at the SingerStudio booth from 11am to 12nn, and a 20% discount to Pawikan Pansol Private Pools (open to first 30).
Cravings has also prepared something for families whose dads have already departed – a family member can write a heartwarming note dedicated to their dad, which entitles them to a free token.
Show dad just much you appreciate him with a day of indulgent dining and retail therapy only at Cravings – surely a Father’s Day celebration that’s one for the books!
For reservations, call 0977-0645453 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow their Instagram and Facebook (@thecravingsgroup). Cravings is located at 287 Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights, Quezon City.