Being the first phase of a new permanent outdoor dining initiative headed by MACEA and Ayala Land, Inc. and supported by the Makati LGU, the Rada Promenade has finally been introduced, set to cater an al fresco dining experience for the customers.

The launch was attended by the MACEA General Manager, Jonathan David, together with the Brgy. Captain of Brgy. San Lorenzo, Erneto Moya, MACEA Board of Governors Member, Manny Blas, Ayala Land Estates Group Marketing and Communications Head, Chrissy Roa and International Relations Department and Makati Tourism Head, Maria Concepcion M. Yabut.

Located along Rada Street in Legaspi Village, the Rada promenade is pet-friendly and hosts the Bike & Dine program of Makati. In connection with this, visitors are allowed to use their bikes or rent a bike through the Moovr app. Customers will be able to enjoy the whole dining experience, not only because of the festive decorations, but also because of the performances by the Makati Live buskers.

Wildflour, Nikkei, Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, Sarsa, Wicked ‘Wich are just some of the restaurants and merchants the customers will be able to choose from. Because of its strategic location which links Makati’s community parks such as Washington Sycip and Legaspi Active Parks, it further establishes the city as a walkable city.

The first phase of Rada Promenade features different sizes of outdoor innovations distributed along Rada Street.