Wondering where to spend Father's D ay in Davao City? Look no more, the city's premier hotel is offering a special promotion specifically tailored for this very special day. Dine at Cafe Marco on June 21, 2014 and savor their international dishes like tapas for their buffet for only Php1,200 nett for lunch and Php1,300 nett for dinner. If you prefer Cantonese dishes, you may enjoy a buffet lunch with the family at Lotus Court for only Php1,200 nett. Lotus Court will feature once again some of the best dishes from Xiamen and Hong Kong brought to us by Chef Sunny Cheng of Marco Polo Ortigas and Chef Arno Huang of Marco Polo Xiamen. During this celebration, Dads will receive a special surprise giveaway from Marco Polo! So, don't miss this chance and call Marco Polo at 221-0888 for your reservations.
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TGI Fridays has recently launched a new array of barbecue platters which will surely capture the palate of barbecue lovers in the city. The new dishes are made from freshly cut premium meats, spices and TGI Fridays special sauce. You will definitely want more after your first bite. TGI Fridays new American BBQ selection includes my favorite BBQ Burger (P550.00) . TGI Fridays has long been known for its appetizing and innovative burgers. The new BBQ Burger has a juicy and tasty patty covered with melted Colby cheese. What's more interesting in this burger is the addition of the crispy Cajun-battered onion rings on top of the patty. It complements well with Fridays signature BBQ sauce. For seafood lovers, TGI Fridays also offers Cilantro Lime Grilled Prawns (P495.00) . It is made from fresh prawns slid into skewers, grilled and drizzled with zesty pico de gallo sauce. It is served hot with ripe mango on top of steaming hot rice pilaf. Another inclusion to
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The Philippines’ leading airline, Cebu Pacific Air (PSE:CEB) rolls out its new logo starting June 1, symbolizing the airline’s growth and evolution from a low-cost pioneer to its larger operations today. Proudly Filipino, the airline now uses the country’s natural canvas as inspiration, featuring shades of the Philippines’ land, sea, sky and sun. “We have always prioritized building an extensive network within and from the Philippines, because we know how much air travel makes a difference in the lives of Filipinos. We bring the Philippine warmth and sense of fun everywhere we go. Now, with the Philippines natural colors on our logo, we showcase the country to the world,” said CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice Iyog. “The new branding is not just a tribute to our roots, but also a nod to the future. As we expand to farther shores, we look forward to being an even more relevant player in the wider, global market,” she added. A game changer, CEB began f