This new year, show affection and exude happiness by randomly taking your significant other to a laid back weekend date. Arcovia City, the newest lifestyle destination in the metro, is introducing fun, new ways to enjoy dining out while still ensuring safety for everyone.
With Arcovia City’s Park & Dine, diners and couples can enjoy their favorite meals at the comfort of their vehicles in a dedicated parking space. They can simply park at their chosen restaurant’s dedicated parking slot and wait for the restaurant staff to take their order. Dining guests can then pay right where they park their car and enjoy their meal inside the vehicle.
The possibilities are endless: go on a car picnic with selections from Landers Central, recreate favorite K-Drama date scenes with Samgyupsalamat’s set meals or simply enjoy each other’s company over Popeyes chicken and biscuits. To make things sweeter, Chachago and Black Scoop Cafe can satisfy one’s sweet tooth cravings.
Arcovia City also takes alfresco dining to the next level with Food on Wheels. Go cookin’ and wheelin’ with a selection of dishes from food trucks.
Every Thursdays – Sundays for the whole month of January, grab a bite from Chicks Rule, redefining fried chicken with their chick n pop pairings, and The Soul Food Truck, serving your favorite Southern American comfort food and munchies.
Coming this February are Ser Chef Lechon, your neighborhood hole in the wall Cantonese restaurant; Bagwings, offering bagnet fusion paired with buffalo wings; Ebi10 for a personalized tempura experience and HungryChefs for grilled and sizzling meals, plus grilled and crispies street food specials.
To maintain safety, customers are encouraged to use contactless menus and pay using cashless options. Safety and sanitation protocols are implemented, such as mandatory temperature check, hand sanitation social distancing and health declaration forms.
Arcovia City is located along C5 road at Pasig City. To know more about the latest happenings in the metro, visit megaworld-lifestylemalls.com or call our hotline at 8-462-8888.