CUCINA ANDARE’s new location at the roof deck of Glorietta the Link Car Park building is the new favorite hangout for all our foodies out there. Situated with a grand view of the Makati skyline, it is the newest venue for delicious food finds, and is part of the MERCATO CENTRALE GROUP’S growing number of food markets all over the metro.

During the launch, the MERCATO CENTRALE GROUP also brought along some friends from RADIO REPUBLIC, an online music channel/magazine that champions Original Philippine Music (OPM), who showcased groundbreaking musical talents. The entertainment line-up consisted of Inky de Dios, The Slinks, Steady Machine and Kjwan. Not to forget the creative group of VINYL ON VINYL, who merges art, toys and music, featured in a modern gallery which highlights pop culture artists from contemporary art, underground and street art. Anjo Bolarda painted an eight foot tall, twelve foot wide live art to kick off an amazing launch. Truly, CUCINA ANDARE has become an arts & music & food hub in the secret roof top escape of the Glorietta Link Carp Park Building.

CUCINA ANDARE boasts great food, music & art in its new home atop the Link Glorietta structure. The food, music & art market is open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 4:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m.

You can find the Glorietta the Link Car Park building beside Makati Shangri-la and in front of the Landmark Department Store. For interested vendors from who want to join CUCINA ANDARE, please contact (+63 917) 840-1152 or (+632) 812-0102 or email admin@mercatocentrale.ph.

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