May 15, 2021
Green outdoor dining spaces, fun fitness activities and open-air food markets filled with fresh products and delicious flavors are just some of the new exciting offerings shoppers and patrons of Megaworld Lifestyle Malls can look forward to in their next visit as restrictions ease in the greater Metro Manila area.
Looking to provide guests with safer and happier ways to rediscover good times with their friends and family, the pioneer of lifestyle malls in the country is introducing a whole new concept of enjoying a day out in the malls amidst the new normal. Through new innovations and a host of delightful outdoor activities, Megaworld Lifestyle Malls is showing the many ways of enjoying safely and why its #SaferandHappierOutdoors.
Vast outdoor dining spaces set against lush greeneries and adorned with eye-catching decorations and lighting fixtures can be found all over Megaworld Lifestyle Malls.
With its abundance of open parks and green spaces, it has dedicated and spruced up more open spaces for outdoor dining so diners can enjoy and delight in their favorite dishes safely and take pleasure from the patio-inspired scenery and resort-like ambiance.
Eastwood City has converted its Open Park, Citywalk 2 and Eastwood Avenue into chic outdoor dining spaces replete with food choices from restaurants and merchants at its food fairs. Over at Uptown Bonifacio and Forbes Town, roadsides now serve as extended dining areas to complement its existing outdoor spaces. Newport Mall introduced its Parklet, while Lucky Chinatown has converted its picturesque Chinatown Walk into Alfresco Kitchen, where diners can order from their favorite restos. More outdoor seating for dining can also be found across the Italian-inspired Venice Grand Canal in McKinley Hill and at the Garden Atrium of Southwoods Mall, which sports a tropical-inspired lushness.
Megaworld Lifestyle Malls also introduced Scan to Dine, a contactless food ordering system in Uptown Bonifacio’s Food Hall and Lucky Chinatown’s Alfresco Kitchen. Through a simple QR scan, customers can conveniently order food from their tables, pay online and have their orders delivered to them by butlers.
Being situated inside Megaworld townships, Megaworld Lifestyle Malls offers safe spaces for people to stay fit and get moving. McKinley Hill’s Fit in the City offers bikers, runners and fitness enthusiasts a safe outdoor space where they can run or take their bikes on a quick tour around the township every weekend. It also hosts a weekend market, where they can enjoy breakfast or a quick snack and shop for fresh produce and other food items they can take home. With its green open space, Southwoods Mall has become a destination for yoga sessions, jump rope and Zumba fitness classes every morning. Arcovia City has also become a popular playground for bikers and joggers with its strategic location and plethora of food options from its restaurants and food trucks, which offer a perfect post-workout stop.
Filling up the pantry with a steady supply of fresh seafood, fruits and vegetables is now made safer and more convenient with various open-air community markets found across Megaworld Lifestyle Malls on weekends. Launched in partnership with the Department of Agriculture, the Department of Trade and Industry and community organizations, these community markets offer shoppers access to produce and farm products at farmgate prices, while allowing them to directly help and support marginalized farmers.
Every visit at Megaworld Lifestyle Malls is sure to be more delightful than before with plenty of food choices at its various outdoor food market. Foodies can delight at the various food trucks stationed at Arcovia City, or go on a gastronomic adventure at the Sunset Market by Mercato in Uptown Bonifacio, which will open on May 22.
Over at Eastwood Mall, diners can visit the Summer Alfresco Food Fair at the Open Park every weekend, while folks at the South, can drop by the Weekend FoodStreat Food Fair in Southwoods Mall and dine safely at its extended alfresco seating. Those looking for some authentic Chinese flavors and other Asian street food and delicacies, they can head over to Lucky Chinatown and take their spot at the alfresco dining spots along Chinatown Walk.