The biggest shopping center in the region (to date) is finally open! Robinsons Place Naga strategically located close to major roads will be the newest mall for travelers and visitors coming from the different places surrounding the metro and also be the newest food mecca to foodies.
June 11 is World Milk Day and to celebrate this event, Alaska has organized a simultaneous Fun Run all over the country and one of which is in Naga City.
The event drew in families, individuals, first timers and professional runners in Naga and the nearby provinces running for 3k and 5k stretch which started and ended at SM City Naga parking grounds. Continue reading Alaska Milk Day Fun Run 2016→
When was the last time listening to music brought you so many feels?
On the last day of Kaogma Festival, SM City Naga treated us Bicolanos by bringing Silent Sanctuary in Naga for their Kaogma Music Festival. The event was situated at the SM parking area whereas I think thousand viewers attended the said concert.
Apicius Culinary School is the very first culinary school in Naga offering four (4) different short courses which includes Diploma in Culinary Arts, Pastry and Baking, Cookery NC II, Fundamental Culinary Arts and Bread and Pastry Production NC II.
I for one have been invited to judge the works of their students and my second one this time is on pastries.
The newest addition to the booming café industry in Naga just got better. A collaboration between fashion and food.
Glam Theme Boutique have expanded and added a new twist to your usual shopping aside from adding new brands to its family is the introduction of Café ’91 to its patrons. You read that right, there’s really a café inside this boutique.
Noted for it’s mouthwatering Burger and Sisig Pasta and basically everything in the menu (don’t forget that creamy cheese sauce), Don Rodolfo’s Cafe never ceases to amaze and excite us with their innovative steps in putting up their best to partake in the booming cafe industry in the metro.
Philippines was once a colony of Spain for 300 years thus the nation’s name was derived from its former King; religion, names, architecture, lifestyle and yes, food. A restaurant here in Naga which recently opened its doors to diners have inculcated such Spanish roots to it, every inch up to the very last detail.