New York-Style Pizzas and One of Manila's Best Onion Rings Are at The South's Newest Food Hall

Get ready for Nolita and Juju Eats, Alabang!

(SPOT.ph) For the indecisive eater (or the foodie who just wants a taste of everything), food halls are a godsend. If you've been dying for a new food stop in the South, The South District is Metro Manila's newest food hall, and will be on soft opening on July 14Friday at 11:30 a.m.

 


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A look inside the classy food hall

 

 


Nolita

 

 


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Juju Eats

 

 


Dos Bandidos

 

The food hall will offer lots of your old favorites in one convenient hub. Nolita, currently sitting on the number 2 spot of our top 10 onion rings list, will be offering their signature New York-style pizza, burgers, and more. Juju Eats is here, too, for fresh delicious salads that won't make you feel like you're eating healthy. If you're on the lookout for newer food stops, Dos Bandidos is a new Fil-Mex place that'll satisfy your every taco and burrito craving. The best part? All these will be housed in industrial-inspired interiors that are oh so chic and Instagram-worthy, so be sure to ready your cameras, too!

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The South District is at 4/F Madison Galeries, Boutique Mall, 398 Don Jesus Boulevard, Alabang Hills, Muntinlupa City.

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