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Trips To Food Strips: Maginhawa | Homegrown | Cultivating Success | Entrepreneur Stories | Business Tips
Trips To Food Strips: Maginhawa | Homegrown | Cultivating Success | Entrepreneur Stories | Business Tips
14
Oct 2013

Trips To Food Strips: Maginhawa

Trips To Food Strips: Maginhawa

Homegrown’s Culture Curator Rachel Kelly Davis takes viewers on a delicious jaunt to Maginhawa Street in Quezon City to discover some food establishments in the area that have put the street on the food map.

With former UP student Kathleen Largo, she tastes the specialties of each place and talks to the entrepreneurs about their great food ideas and the community that supports them.

[greybox]Our itinerary:

Nanette’s Snack Haus
84 Maginhawa St., Teacher’s Village, Q.C.

Moonleaf Tea Shop
103 Maginhawa St., Teacher’s Village, Q.C.
413-0274

BRGR The Burger Project
122 Maginhawa St., Teacher’s Village, Q.C.
351-7474

Jek’s Ku-Bo Bulalo at Ulo-Ulo
77 Maginhawa St., UP Village, Q.C.
434-7362

Ally’s All-Day Breakfast Place
50 Malingap St., Sikatuna Village, Q.C.
0906-444-3878

Empire Steak
4 Masinsinan St., Teacher’s Village, Q.C.
0917-612-2912

Tomato Kick
55 Maginhawa St., UP Village, Q.C.
0917-825-0338

Van Gogh Is Bipolar
154-H Maginhawa St., Sikatuna Village, Q.C.
0922-824-3051[end_greybox]

Produced by Homegrown Media and Red House Productions.


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