They often go on sale for their golf products and sports wear. What’s good about this golf store is that it has a coffee shop, Cafe Enzo.
The store and Café Enzo is at the G/F of Erechem Building, Rufino and Salcedo Streets, Legaspi Village, Makati City.
Check them out!Coffee Shop, Golf, Makati City, Sports | Comments
If you can’t get enough of their brand of coffee, pastries and dishes, then go and check this new cafe out!Coffee Shop, Makati City | Comments
A couple of weekends ago, we had some good reason to head off to Ortigas Center. It was the 7th birthday of one of my godchildren, Bea.
After the party, we lingered a bit and had a short photo session at Ortigas Park. It was a small park. If the word cosy is applicable to parks, then I would say it’s a cosy park. Perfect place to sit back and relax. You can bring a good book and an iPod with you and sit on one of the few benches. Or you can just enjoy the experience of being surrounded by the bushes and tall buildings of Ortigas Center. It’s a haven in a concrete commercial jungle.
There’s a zen-like appeal to it because of the water falling down the wall of the small stage, which makes me think it’s a good venue for intimate shows, too. If you want to catch a glimpse of some members of the Ortigas family, you can check out their bust concrete carvings there.
The afternoon was made even more interesting because of Kap’s (a good friend from graduate school) photo. Well, Kap works for the Ortigas Foundation, so that must be the reason for his active endorsement of the park.
You definitely made my day, Kap! =)
And there’s Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf!
Getting there: You can take Julia Vargas then turn left to Emerald Avenue. Or take Ortigas Avenue then turn right to Emerald Avenue.Coffee Shop, Ortigas Center | Comments
Happy Earth Day!
Today is a good day like any other day to pay tribute to Mother Earth. There are many ways to do it, actually. You may:
- choose to walk to lower carbon release
- cut grass instead of using the mower
- refuse to have your purchases wrapped or bagged in plastic
- start recycling
- turn off lights, air-conditioners, electric fans, TV, radio when not in use
- unplug idle electric gadgets
- (a tall order, maybe) for manufacturing companies, perhaps halt operations for one day or a couple of hours
The list could go on and on. Incidentally, Starbucks Philippines is celebrating Earth Day by encouraging their customers to bring their own Starbucks tumbler when they go order coffee. The invitation goes:
On Earth Day, make one cup matter.
One tumbler used in place of one disposable cup
can help reduce millions in paper and plastic consumption.
Join us in this cause and we’ll take Php40 off the price of your beverage when you use your tumbler at any Starbucks store in the Philippines on April 22 & 23.
Love Mother Earth today and always!Coffee Shop, Environment | Comments
If you’ve been traversing Tagaytay highway, I’m sure you’ve heard of Bag of Beans, may even have stopped by and sampled their goodies.
That was what we did two weekends ago. We had to visit a friend in Cavite and decided to go up to Tagaytay on our way home. Long way off, I know, but there was a long weekend, and so we wanted to just drive around.
Wizheart and I had the same thing in mind: we wanted some of the yummy goodies from Bag of Beans. When we got there, though, there was a long line for their English pies. Hmm we didn’t feel like lining up, so we settled for their loaf of bread instead.
As always we were not disappointed. We left the shop with this:
The moment we took out the bread, we knew it would taste good just by its smell alone. As we took a bite of the herb bread, it was indeed yummy: soft and the herb-taste is just right. We ate it even without any spread. We had green tea with it. Perfect!
This is definitely one stop you shouldn’t miss when you’re in Tagaytay!
115 Aguinaldo Highway Mendez Crossing West, Tagaytay City
Phone (46) 413 2724 or (916) 525 2382