Makati’s Rada Street is now an alfresco dining spot

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Remember Rada Street? Aside from serving as a daytime street-parking area, the area is home to some of the best joints for Makati’s city-dwellers and nine-to-fivers around the central business district.

The Makati Commercial Estate Association and Ayala Land, Inc. alongside the city government have converted Rada Street into a permanent outdoor dining space to “accommodate more customers in Makati’s Central Business District.”

The pandemic has affected business among F&B establishments. With more outdoor dining spaces, however, the city hopes these will entice more diners to dine safely while enjoying the “unique dining concepts” along the street: beloved spots such as Wildflour, Nikkei, Sarsa, and Wicked ‘Wich continue to delight customers.

The Rada Promenade also offers live music and other activities that friends and family members can enjoy.

Aside from charming outdoor seating and draped string lights, the Rada Promenade also has bike-and-dine areas for cyclists thinking of dining in. The area is pet-friendly, too.

Open-air dining has never looked so cool.

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