Midnight Mercato: Where food entrepreneurs brew
Midnight Mercato does not only offer alternatives for its customers but also for entrepreneurs who want to dip their hands in entrepreneurship.
Feb 15, 2011 13:00 pm
There’s no denying that weekend markets are the most popular alternative marketplaces for new and aspiring entrepreneurs to try their entrepreneurial thumbs. However, there are already a dozen weekend markets organized throughout Metro Manila making it nearly impossible for a new one to create its own niche.
Realizing the potential of the evening crowd, the organizers of Mercato Centrale decided to put up Midnight Mercato which is open during the odd hours of the evening. Aside from the time, Midnight Mercato is also focused on food entrepreneurs, making it the newest haven for late night food enthusiasts from around Metro Manila.
Inspired by the bustling night markets and hawker centers of Hong Kong, Singapore and Thailand, Midnight Mercato is the weekend late night food bazaar where you can enjoy mouth watering food finds – from home cooked meals to gourmet signature dishes to classic street food re-invented – while listening to live acoustic musical performances. Most importantly, you can enjoy Midnight Mercato in a clean, comfortable and organized setting inside an air-conditioned tent.
Midnight Mercato is located on the corner of 30th Avenue and 9th Street (across the Spa at Bonifacio High Street) Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, the same location as Mercato Centrale. It will be open every Friday and Saturday from 10:00pm to 3:00am.
If you are interested in renting a food stall, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.mercatocentrale.com.
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