Last September 2, Paseo de Roxas (by Ayala Triangle Gardens) was cordoned off for a Makati Street Meet like no other. Make It Makati, in partnership with Ayala Land, celebrated the official arrival of the -ber months with an Urban Food Fair. And yes indeed, it was a day full of gustatory delights!
Despite the afternoon showers, Paseo de Roxas was alive and kicking with food tents, food trucks, musical performances, and arts & craft workshops by Papelikhaan and Manu Manu. Attendees flocked to the booth that announced Make It Makati’s new co-living space in the Central Business District, The Flats Amorsolo. (Do check out their FB page. Oh, you’d like it there if you dream of living in the city.)
And in case you weren’t able to make it, check out this exclusive Make It Makati recap of the festivities that day. See you all once again at this October’s Makati Street Meet. You can’t miss it!
Let us jog your memory. Check out these snapshots:
The freshest of fruits were on sale from the Porac’s Best booth. Buy from this merchant and help out a Pampanga community in need.
Barbecued street food seemed to have been the crowd-pleaser at the Urban Food Fair. Indeed, they were smoky delicious!
Music fans gathered round to hear acoustic tunes under the tent while having a food trip.
Kai Atienza charmed the evening crowd with her set of acoustic favourites.
Expats had a ball of time as they spent their Sunday afternoon tasting the best in local street foods. Even their kids agree!
The Makati Street Meet is an initiative by Make It Makati and Ayala Land that aims to keep the community spirit alive in The City That Makes It All Happen.
*All images courtesy of Mike Lord Raymundo.
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