Subic has always been a haven for adventure-seekers: From the jungle adventures at Zoobic Safari to the water adventures at Ocean Adventure to the shopping adventures at the Royal Duty Free Shops. Now, we’ve got another great reason for you to visit Subic: A Foodie Adventure!
The MercatoCentrale group, organizers of the popular night food markets Midnight Mercato in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, CucinaAndare in Glorietta Park, Makati,Mezza Norte in Trinoma Mall, Quezon City and CocinaCentrale in MarQuee Mall, Angeles,opensthe NEWEST MercatoCentrale market in the North: PORTO CENA in Ayala’s Harbor Point Mall, Subic every Friday and Saturday starting October 5 (Saturday) from 4pm to 3am.
“PORTO CENA will be a night food and lifestyle market where the home-grown food entrepreneurs of Subic Bay, Olongapo and the rest of Zambales can showcase their local cuisine.” said RJ Ledesma, co-organizer of PORTO CENA. “We are also excited to have the expatriate community of Subic - who come from all parts of the globe - to offer their specialty dishes in the market.”
“Of course, we are also bringing over the best-selling food vendors and food trucks from our Mercato markets in Manila to be part of PORTO CENA.” Added Anton Diaz.
PORTO CENA is located at Ayala’s Harbor Point Mall in the Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo City.
For interested food and bazaar vendors from Manila, Subic, Olongapo and Zambales who want to join PORTO CENTA, please contact (+63 917) 840-1152 or (+632) 812-0102 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.facebook.com/portocena. You can also pick up an application form at the administration office of Ayala’s Harbor Point Mall.
The Mercato Centrale markets have been the birthplace of many fast-growing food companies including Manang’s Chicken, Mochiko, Merry Moo, Chuck’s Grubberie Mio Gelati, Spring by Ha-Yuan, Kristina’s Inutak, Zen Taclings, Eat My Garlic Fries and many more! Join the growing MercatoCentrale family!
NOTE: Above content is a press release provided for this event and not my own.