May 14, 2018

As you may well be aware, Boracay is currently closed to tourists for a six-month rehabilitation. The sudden close-down left many of Boracay’s residents and workers without a source of income. Although the government has promised that there are (enough) funds to aid the people who have lost their means of livelihood, there’s still a need for something more certain and stable in the meantime.

Some of Boracay’s most loved restaurants are flying in to Manila for several pop-ups, aiming to help provide additional income for their workers—the chefs, waiters, and other staff—that are currently out of work.

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Who else misses this view?

So if you’re feeling a bit adventurous with your food and you’re looking for new food spots to try, check out these Boracay pop-ups (plus some of our personal favorites from each restaurant):

The Sunny Side Cafe

Canvas, Westgate Center, Alabang, Muntinlupa
May 18 to June 30
7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. daily

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Ube and Cereal Milk Pancakes

Coco Mama

Salcedo Saturday Market, Jaime Velasquez Park, Salcedo Village, Makati
May 12, 19, 26, and June 2

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Coconut ice cream

 

Spicebird Piri-Piri Grill, Fat Rice, and Poketo

Hole In The Wall, Century City Mall, Makati
June 16 to Aug. 15

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Spicebird Piri-Piri Grill
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Spicebird Piri-Piri Grill
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Fat Rice

 

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Boracay’s final days according to Instagram

Other beaches you can check out while Boracay’s closed for 6 months

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