(SPOT.ph) We know you’re already looking forward to the weekend. We zero in on the events you shouldn’t miss.
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Satisfy not only your thirst, but also your hunger as Brewfest MNL brings together the best local craft brewers and restaurateurs in one event. This year’s run features 10 different brewers from all over Metro Manila, along with 10 upcoming concept food stores. Head over to the Century City Mall from July 15 to 17, 3 p.m., as Brewfest MNL Social brings you a chill urban experience. Spend the weekend with great local brews and pop-ups, coupled with good music and great company!
For more information, go to Brewfest MNL's Facebook page.
Join Republokal and A SPACE for a series of workshops on July 16 at A SPACE Greenbelt. Sign up for the Massage Oil + Diffuser Blends Workshop with Veronique Soriano, the Candle-Making Workshop with Angeli Soriano, or the Baking Workshop with Chef Alex Valdez. Each class has a fee of P3,500 per person, inclusive of materials.
To reserve a slot, go to A SPACE's website.
Catch this weekend's run of Katipunan Weekend Market at Estancia, Capitol Commons on July 16 and 17 at the 2/L Bridgeway of Estancia Mall. This market brings together artists, crafting enthusiasts, and entrepreneurs in one event, as they showcase a range of local products, arts and crafts, vintage finds, gourmet food, and live music. Shop from over 60 merchants, and discover maker-designed goods and indie-craft items!
For more information, visit Katipunan Weekend Market's Facebook page
Hyatt City of Dreams features Chef Ajith Kumar from Hyatt Regency Gurgaon, New Delhi for the Road to Gurgaon, India, from July 17 to 24. Chef Ajith will prepare, among others, Paneer makhani (cottage cheese simmered in tomato sauce spiked with fenugreek), Maas ke sooley (smoked lamb with raw papaya), and Kerala prawn masala (tiger prawn with coconut curry leaves, ginger, and chili). Buffet rates start at P1,388 net for lunch and P1,888 net for dinner.
For reservations, call 691-1234 local 1162.
Hike and bike for the benefit of the School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies scholars at the Green FunRacers 2016, happening on July 16, 5 a.m., at the La Mesa Nature Reserve. Thrill-seekers and advocates for the environment are welcome to join the event. Registration is priced at P600 for 6K Hike, P800 for 9K Bike, and P1,000 for 15K Bike. Sign up at any of the following sites:
- Gran Trail Cycles Kapitolyo: 51 West Capitol Drive, Kapitolyo, Pasig City
- Gran Trail Cycles Alabang: El Molito Commercial Complex, Alabang, Muntinlupa City
- Gran Trail Cycles Makati: G/F, Paseo Tesoro Building, 822 Arnaiz Street, Makati City
- Gran Trail Cycles Katipunan: Petron Katipunan Avenue corner Mangyan Street, La Vista Pansol, Quezon City
- Bikes Per Minute: G/F Finman Building 117 Tordesillas Street, Salcedo Village, Makati City
In line with Twin Bill Theater's Mental Health Awareness campaign is the staging of Suicide, Incorporated, running from July 15 to 31 at The PARC Manila. The production is a subversive, darkly comic play about opportunism and that elusive thing called redemption. It tells the story of Jason, who's having a tough week at work. He's been hired at Legacy Letters to help clients craft the perfect suicide note. But, he seems to have his own agenda. Catch the mystery for P850. Read more about Suicide, Incorporated.
For ticket inquiries or reservations, call 891-9999.
Start-up company Plato PH presents the newest addition to its growing roster of chefs, Markus Elegino, with an event for all sweet tooths. On July 16, 7 p.m., at Launch Garage in Circulo Verde, the company is hosting Sweet Endings. They may often be overlooked, but to Chef Markus, “dessert is the most important part of the meal because, like they say, save the best for last; it’s the deciding factor if you leave with a smile and everlasting sweet memory.” With the wide variety of desserts to be served on Saturday, Chef Markus and the Plato team hope to leave a big smile on the faces of their customers.
To reserve a slot, go to Plato PH's website.
Do you have a hard time coming up with new ideas? Do you wonder how you can be more creative? Silvertrain is a workshop that might just give you that creative boost. Enjoy exploring your creativity at the Flip The Switch: Amplifying Your Creative Flair workshop at Commune on July 15, 4 p.m. The door fee is P300, inclusive of a regular-sized espresso-based drink, hot tea, or house blend iced tea, and a light snack. Slots are limited.
To sign up, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, or call 275-6324 or 0919-859-5848.
Tokyo-Manila Jazz and Arts Festival 2016 presents the Rhythm and Blues Remake, a musical collaboration between jazz artists, like Charito, Yuki Arimasa, Colby Dela Calzada, Alvin Cornista, and Bratpack. The event will be hosted by Cris Villonco on July 15, 6:30 p.m., at the Central Square in Bonifacio High Street. Don't miss this creative and passionate "musical meeting of minds." Entrance is free.
For more information, log on to the Tokyo-Manila Jazz and Arts Festival Facebook page
Sign up for Wine Story Academy's first class for July, Wine 101, happenig on July 16, 3 p.m., at the Wine Story Shangri-La Plaza. Enhance your wine appreciation skills and raise the bar on your wine knowledge and service. Class fee is at P2,000, inclusive of food and fine wine for tasting and class materials. Slots are limited.
To sign up, call 637-8888.