Holiday Head start with FAVORI

As we all know, the “Ber” months in the Philippines marks the start of the holiday season. While
this means looking forward to, or even advanced, gatherings with family and friends, it can also
mean the start of the dreaded holiday rush.

Nobody likes traffic jams, packed malls and forgetting someone on your Christmas gift list.
That’s why Favori gave us a HOLIDAY HEAD START, five (5) aromas to help you get into
a holiday mindset and start planning ahead!

The Avenue Plaza Hotel; Make it an Extraordinary Avenue.

As the hotel enters it’s 11th year of giving the Bicolano people the most extraordinary experience, they gave the public a glimpse on what to expect for the coming months as Avenue Plaza Hotel reinvents itself for the modern millennial age.

Last September 8, The Avenue Plaza Hotel launched its new logo, carrying its new tagline,
MAKE IT AN EXTRAORDINARY AVENUE!

Casa Soriano Family Heirloom Cuisine

Growing up with the family that enjoys home made meals by the people you love is always heart warming for everyone. Just like in the movie ratatouille when you tasted a meal that reminds you of your childhood is always a great experience. Here’s quote from the movie, “I realize, only now do I truly understand what he meant. Not everyone can become a great artist, but a great artist can come from anywhere. It is difficult to imagine more humble origins than those of the genius now cooking at Gusteau’s, who is, in this critic’s opinion, nothing less than the finest chef in France. I will be returning to Gusteau’s soon, hungry for more.” When I tasted the meals that they served it brought me back to my childhood days when my grandmother used to cook for us.

BidiBidi Cafe

Finally a cafe at my mother’s hometown. First of its kind in the area where the cafe occupies the lower portion of a Spanish house. Upon entering the compound, lush greens will welcome you. Culture and great food meets in a place where everyone is already at home as early as 7pm. Baao is a place where you want to feel the probinsya vibes. It’s my second home, where my mom grew up and still a lot of my relatives are still living there.