Megaworld, leads the way in helping revive the economy, welcomes Wildflour Cafe at Uptown Bonifactio, Mary Grace at Newport City and McDonald’s at Capital Town in the City of Pampanga, with safety protocols in place.
While most restaurants are still hurting due to the pandemic, it’s business as usual for three of the biggest players in retail dining. Wildflour, Mary Grace and McDonald’s open their biggest branches in the country – at Megaworld townships to be exact – amid the pandemic.
Megaworld, which leads the way in helping revive the economy, welcomes Wildflour Cafe at Uptown Bonifacio in Taguig City, Mary Grace at Newport City in Pasay City, and Mcdonald’s at Capital Town in the City of San Fernando Pampanga, with safety protocols in place.
You can succumb to fear and let it drive you into hiding, or you can work smartly with itWildflour chief executive office and president, Ana Lorenzana de Ocampo
Ocampo when asked why they remain keen to open one of their biggest branches in a Megaworld township in the middle of a pandemic.
With a floor area of almost 500 square meters that can host up to 115 diners, the soon-to-open branch in Uptown Bonifacio offers a log of al fresco or outdoor seating. Here, diners will have excellent views of the greenery and picturesque spots in the township. The store will feature Wildflour’s first “Grab-and-Go” concept, while also flaunting the brand’s widest bakery and pastries selection.