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Where to eat in Metro Manila during the Holy Week

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While many malls closed on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday, those staying in the metro can still eat out as several restaurants decided to stay open through the Holy Week.

On the Make It Makati Facebook page on Thursday posted a list of restaurants in the city that will remain open on Thursday and Friday.

These establishments include Filling Station in the red-light district of P. Burgos, which will stay open for 24 hours on the two days. Filling Station, which is decked like an all-American diner, is known for its milkshakes, burgers and other comfort foods.

Also open all day long during the two days are Whistle Stop on Jupiter Street, which is known for dishes like Hainanese Chicken Rice; and Old Swiss Inn at the Somerset Olympia on Makati Avenue, which is popular for its fondues and other European classics.

Popular Italian-American chain Italliani’s in Greenbelt 2 will also stay open until midnight on the two days, while coffee addicts can get their favorite joe at Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf on Tordesillas St. in Salcedo Village, which will stay open until midnight.

Pancake House at the Manila Polo Club and Paseo de Magallanes will also remain open on Thursday and Friday, according to Make It Makati.

While the casual American chain T.G.I. Friday’s in Glorietta will be closed on Thursday and Friday, other branches of the popular hangout will stay open on Holy Week. According to the restaurant’s Facebook page, these branches are: Robinsons Manila, Robinsons Galleria, Tomas Morato in Quezon City, Eastwood in Libis, Bonifacio High Street, SM Mall of Asia and Harbor Point Subic.

Tenants at the Veranda of the SM Mall of Asia and those at SM By the Bay will remain open during the Holy Week, SM Malls announced earlier.

Newport Mall in Pasay City is also open.

Meanwhile, the popular IHOP restaurant at the Bonifacio Global City is open on Maundy Thursday until 9 p.m., but will be closed on Good Friday.

Some of the restaurants at the Bonifacio High Street are also open.

Over at Manila, the foodie institution Aristocrat in Malate is also open.

At the picturesque Paco Park, My Kitchen by Chef Chris Locher also decided to stay open for Holy Week.

"No time like Holy Week to get around the city quick. Come and visit us at the Oasis Paco Park Hotel for a great meal. My Kitchen by Chef Chris will be open daily throughout the week!" the restaurant said in its Facebook page.--Source: ABS-CBN News

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