Rockwell Goes Streetside: Restaurants In An Al Fresco Set-Up
Dining is an important part of Filipino culture. All celebrations call for good food and good company. Even catching up with friends is best done sitting in a restaurant and indulging in scrumptious meals. But with the ongoing pandemic, dine-in has become frightening for some, especially for closed space areas. That is why Rockwell is making it safer for you.
Starting 25 September, Rockwell goes streetside with dining in three of their locations: Lopez Drive and One Rockwell in Makati, and Santolan Town Plaza in San Juan. This hip and fun set-up will be made available every weekend, from Fridays to Sundays.
Now, you can enjoy your favourite dishes from Café Via Mare, A Mano, Teppan Okochi, Mamou, Barcino, Single Origin, and Ooma in a chic alfresco set-up every weekend at Lopez Drive. Meanwhile, for the string of restaurants in One Rockwell namely Grace Park, The Test Kitchen, Tajimaya, Coco Ichibanya, UCC, and Nikkei, tables outside will also be made available so you can enjoy their sumptuous dishes and top-notch service while enjoying a breath of fresh air.
For diners and regulars of Santolan Town Plaza, they will get to enjoy eating amidst the lush greenery this Rockwell property has to offer. Located at the Pavilions, guests can order from any of the food kiosks, cafés, or restaurants within in the Town Plaza, and have them served outside.
Of course, minimum health protocols such as the wearing of face masks, face shields, and social distancing are still in place.
Diners can book a table at the alfresco dining area at Lopez Drive and One Rockwell by calling their preferred restaurant. For Santolan Town Plaza, customers may simply proceed to the special outdoor seating area.