Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Carnivale food fair in Venice Piazza, McKinley Hill (Taguig City)

The Venice Piazza of McKinley Hill and the crowded tents of the Mercato Centrale's Carnivale

Great foodie news to those who work and live in Mckinely Hill, Taguig. The Venice Piazza Mall at McKinley Hill had launched on December 12, 2013 the newest night food market CARNIVALE of the Mercato Centrale group.

The CARNIVALE is open every Thursday and Friday from  6:00 pm to 3:00 am.

Venice Piazza at McKinley Hill in BGC, Taguig City is partly the replica of Piazza San Marco of Venice, Italy. Here, at  the  Venice Piazza, the Carnivale of Mercato Centrale was unfolded on Dec 12, 2013. Behind me is the Venice Piazza Mall and the replica of Torre dell'Orologio (bell tower). 
The ribbon cutting that formally launched the Carnivale, the first ever eat-shop-fun' night market. 
The organizers of the Carnivale of Venice Piazza at McKinley Hill, Fort Bonifacio (BGC) in Taguig City.
The mini-circus acts and resounding beats of drummers added attraction in the launching of the Carnivale food night market.
The Venice Piazza and the Carnivale
Venice Piazza is located inside McKinley Hill in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City. McKinley Hill is bounded by C5 to the East, the American War Memorial to the North, Lawton Road to the West (which leads to the airport) and the Philippine Army Headquarters to the South. 
The Venice Piazza and the tents of the Carnivale
Sari-saring longganiza, an assortment of locally made sausages with different flavors, shapes, colors, and place of origin. 
The chami balibag of Quezon province
A modified version of Quezon province's chami known as the Lucena festival noodle.

Ashley Roberto of The Rogue Writer bites street food from the Lariza’s Grill

The Carnivale is one of the most crowded night food markets organized by the Mercato Centrale

Fellow foodie bloggers at the launching of the Carnivale: Barbie, Enzo Luna of Juan Manila Express, and Ted Claudio of Wazzup Philippines
Sampler of Mexican inspired nacho chips
Lasagna from Chicago Pizza, and Ashley Roberto of The Rogue Writer takes sample from Tama Yaki
The free burger we sampled from the Macheesemo Burgers
The diferrent pizzas of the  Chicago Pizza
The Chicago Pizza also offers pasta noodles.

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