This Alabang food bazaar’s for the trick-or-treaters
Come in costume!
Oct 16, 2017
Backyard Grill is back, this time for its third leg this year at Ayala Alabang Village this Oct. 22. It’s going to be a special one for the kids as it’ll also be an advanced Halloween party. Kids can come dressed as anything or anyone they want—be it a spooky ghoul or their favorite character—and they can also join the costume contest. The first 200 kids will also get free loot bags filled with treats.
Adults, don’t fret, there’s also a lot for us to enjoy as Backyard Grill will never go without its roster of food and drink partners. Here are the 21 you have to check out and try this Sunday:
Can’t have trick or treat without the sweets, right? For those who aren’t too keen on candies, but still want to get some sugar into their systems, there are several dessert options available.
Partners in Cream
Churreria La Lola
Whatever time you decide to drop by, there’s something you can eat for lunch, snacks, or dinner.
Ta Ke Ho Me
The Wild Range
Tatang’s Boneless Lechon
You can also take some home:
Truly Homemade Chips
Down all the chow with your choice of drinks. Take your pick from juice, coffee, or mixed drinks.
Backyard Grill still runs from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., so there’s a lot of time to eat, drink, and hang out with friends and family. A portion of the event’s proceeds will also go to MBY Pet Rescue and Sanctuary.
Backyard Grill is open to both Ayala Alabang residents and non-residents, so feel free to invite your friends over. Pets are also allowed at the event.
This event is presented by Southern Living and The Arton by Rockwell, powered by Hinge Inquirer Publications and Nolisoli.ph, in cooperation with Sky Cable Corporation, The King’s School, Manila, Handyman Do it Best, San Miguel Lifestyle Brews and San Miguel Zero and also brought to you by Hi-Chew.
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