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A Wonderful Thanksgiving at Mario's

Thanksgiving Day should be memorable and what better way to spend it with family and love ones than have a sumptuous Thanksgiving meal at Mario's in Baguio or in Quezon City. Mario's has been around for decades and has seen countless celebrations but still knows the importance of a traditional feast.

From November 21 to 27,  Mario offers Thanksgiving Roast Turkey for lunch and dinner. It comes with a choice of stuffing like Herbed Corn Bread, Relleno de Pabo, American Style and Spanish Style Relleno. It also comes with cranberry sauce and rich giblet gravy.


Aside from the Roast Turkey, Mario has a Special Thanksgiving  Dinner Buffet on November 24, Thursday, 6pm at P850+ for adults and P425 for kids between 4-7 years old.

Highlighting the buffet are: Roast Turkey with Herbed Corn Bread Stuffing with Giblet Gravy and Cranberry Sauce, Roast Leg of Lamb with Port Mint Sauce, Cochinillo with Liver Sauce, Spinach Stuffed Steak and Grilled Salmon  with Fresh Oysters. Of course, dessert is also included in the buffet so you can have your fill of traditional Pecan Pie, Pumpkin Pie, Apple Crumble, and other delightful choices.


Make this Thanksgiving a truly memorable time for you and your love ones at Mario's.


Mario's
191 Tomas Morato
Quezon City
(02) 415.3887 / (02) 373.0360

Mario's
16 Upper Session Road
Baguio City
(074) 442.4241

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