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Eat, drink, dance, and shop galore at Makati Street Meet 2018

It’s going to be weekends full of good food, one-of-a-kind shopping, and awesome entertainment as Makati Street Meet 2018 unfolds on December 2 and December 9 at Paseo de Roxas.

Now on its third year, the Makati Street Meet happens every first Sunday of the month. But for November and December this year, it has become a much-anticipated event among residents and guests alike, it will now be held every two Sundays of the month.

Great, good food and music

A Social Sunday, to be held on December 2 from 3-10 pm, is a food fair in partnership with Mercato Centrale and Imaginarium Creatives. It showcases some of the yummiest finds in the country, accompanied by music from up and coming DJs. Among the performers are Earl of Manila, Six the Northstar, and VY!DD.

Just look at the exciting line-up of food vendors, each one serving up mouthwatering and  Instagram-worthy concoctions from Buko House, Bagnet Patong, Mr. Tentacles, Olivia & Co., St. George Cafe and more!

To make the affair fun for all members of the family, there will also be arts and crafts activities

by Ayala Land’s Papelikhaan from members of Barangay Luz. There are also fresh items available, such as saba and guyabano, from the Aeta community of Sapang Uwak, Porac.

Shop and be merry

Paseo de Roxas will be blocked off to make way for Sari-Sari: A Christmas Bazaar on December 9, featuring curated gift items of local and artisanal Filipino products in partnership with Brandboss Advertising. More than 30 merchants, including entrepreneurs of handmade items and innovators of indigenous materials, will showcase their wares in this bazaar which promises to transform Paseo de Roxas into a shoppers’ paradise from 10 am to 10 pm.

Be mesmerized by the offerings of merchants that include Mango Float Supreme Manila, Wagyu by Monica, Vegan Republic, Lemon Squeeze & Surf, Pacaro Leather, and the list goes on!

These twin events promise to make the upcoming holidays even more exciting in Makati, which celebrates Christmas like no other. After partaking of the great food and shopping finds, stay on to watch Reimagine the Magic: A Festival of Lights. Ayala Avenue is also bedecked with enchanting light installations inspired by iconic altars of Philippine churches.

For sure, all roads will lead to Makati as Street Meet 2018 kicks off the Christmas fun.

For more information, visit www.makeitmakati.com or like and follow Make It Makati on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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Ayala Land is the Philippines’ leading developer of sustainable estates, offering a diverse mix of
properties such as residential, retail, office, hotels, and leisure developments, that support local
economic growth and nation-building. The company was established in 1988 as the real estate
arm of Ayala Corporation, a pioneer conglomerate and builder of the country’s premier financial
and commercial district, now known as Makati Central Business District and Ayala Center.

Today, Ayala Land has a total of 25 sustainable estates and is present in 55 growth areas
nationwide. It has five residential brands, namely Ayala Land Premier, Alveo, Avida, Amaia, and
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