Monday, November 10, 2014

Village Tavern's first branch outside United States is at Bonifacio High Street Central, BGC

http://settingfootprint.blogspot.com/2014/11/village-taverns-first-branch-outside.html
The Village Tavern, which you can find in the upper floor of Building C3 in the heart of Bonifacio High Street Central in Bonifacio Global Center (BGC), Taguig City is not a local version of dining classic American or western foods.  It is actually the first branch of North Carolina's Tavern Village outside the United States.



http://settingfootprint.blogspot.com/2014/11/village-taverns-first-branch-outside.html



The Village Tavern, a North Carolina-based restaurant has 10 branches in the United States mostly on the east coast side. A branch has been put up recently in the Bonifacio High Street BGC Branch with the recommendation and collaboration of a talented Filipina ... (Read and see more photos here)

Roasted bone marrow
Angus beef flank steak
Black pizza



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