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Craft Story Cebu

Craft Story Cebu

In grade school, I had a bag of stationery paper. A whole stack of them. Scented, floral, plain, simple, and everything you can possibly imagine. I learned the art of trading then. In high school, we were required to keep a diary and write about our learnings from day to day. And because I’m pretty competitive, as do many others of my classmates, it easily became a who’s-got-the-prettiest and-highly-decorated diary. There were no extra points, most of us simply just…

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Tazza Cafe and Patisserie flourishes in BTC

Tazza Cafe and Patisserie flourishes in BTC

It’s incredibly exciting when one of your favorite restaurants invites you for dinner. Tazza Cafe and Patisserie in Lahug has been my friends and I’s go-to get together venue for quite some time now. I mean, it’s where they met my boyfriend for the first time. Cute, amirite? And now, it’s been almost a year since Tazza opened their branch in Banilad Town Center, where they flourished to be the restaurant of choice by the hustlin’ and bustlin’ Cebuanos. The Cebuano-originated…

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Bride Box, Oakridge’s First Bridal Fair

Bride Box, Oakridge’s First Bridal Fair

Good news to all upcoming brides out there who haven’t found THE ONE yet. Oakridge is having their first bridal fair, BRIDE BOX, at the Oakridge Pavilion on March 22-23, 2019. Open to the public from 10 am to 7 pm, the two-day event is meant to inspire future brides “unbox their wedding potentials” from select wedding planners, decor suppliers, cakes and catering suppliers, fashion designers, hair and make-up artists, photographers and videographers, and stationery and giveaway suppliers. Cebu’s Premier…

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¿Que Pasa? Cebu Travels To España

¿Que Pasa? Cebu Travels To España

¿Que Pasa? or What’s up?, a phrase Kyle and Billy Wong heard so often, is now the name of their newly-opened restaurant, Que Pasa Tapas Bar and Lounge. It became more apparent to center around Spanish cuisine when they visited Spain, fell in love, and decided to bring it home. Small Bites When I was invited to dine at ¿Que Pasa?, I knew I had to say yes. I’m a sucker for tapas, and I’ve only recently learned this when…

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Clam Bake with Cebu Fashion Bloggers

Clam Bake with Cebu Fashion Bloggers

Being in a group of creatives has been quite the source of my much-needed dose of inspiration every now and then. And when these creatives get together, you’ll for sure get flooded with some of the most curated outfits and photos from that night. Here’s when Cebu Fashion Bloggers celebrated 9 years together. Organizing this year’s anniversary meal was quite the feat I didn’t expect I could achieve. Knowing how each one of us love having curated feed, it was priority…

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Kudoku, Where Japan Meets Cebu

Kudoku, Where Japan Meets Cebu

It’s always exciting when new restaurants pop up in town. It makes answering the burdensome question “Where do we eat?” easier. Let Kudoku be your answer to today’s dinner dilemma. Classics and Twists While they are Japanese-inspired, they do not box themselves within strictly Japanese. They offer the classics such as California Maki, Pork Tonkatsu and Chicken Teriyaki. But also incite our tastebuds by taking familiar flavors and twist it into something uniquely Kuduko such as the Salted Root Chips…

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