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Yummy Bites at Avida Towers Centera

This coming Saturday, October 15, have your fill of delectable goodies from some of Mandaluyong's best food places as Yummy Bites invades Avida Towers Centera.


Avida Towers Centera partners with Yummy Magazine for this mouthwatering event. Guests can also enjoy a tour of its latest two-storey retail center managed by Ayala Malls within the Avida Towers Centera which is located along EDSA, Mandaluyong City.

Joining the Yummy Bites are: Sobremesa, Pepeton's Grill, Cook Tales by Jeru, Voila Jars, Nipa Brew, Brad & Pit's Ribshack, and Patricio's Cervicherio.

And to make the event more fun, the participating restaurants and concessionaires will raffle off prizes.

"Avida Towers Centera opens its doors to endless possibilities with its unique built-in features. The soon to open two-storey retail center is packed with shops and services that are perfect for residents and visitors in the neighborhood who want to unwind, relax, and have a fulfilling meal right at your doorstep," said Tess Tatco, Marketing Head of Avida Land.

Yummy Bites is open to the public from 10:00am to 6:00pm on October 15, 2016 at the Avida Towers Centera which is located along EDSA corner Reliance Street, Mandaluyong City.


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