New dining, retail and entertainment options in Makati
Century City Mall opened a wide array of dining options, retail choices plus an entertainment destination. In the month of August, seven stores offering varied selections from premium gadgets to leather goods to novelty pieces have opened.
Expanding the mall’s selection of gadget offerings is popular premium gadget and accessories store Digital Walker on Level 3. Expert scent maker Mia Maison now offers its famed home fragrances at Level 1 while Christine Lhuiller Parfumerie has opened on Level 3. Meanwhile, toy collectibles pack the Big Boys Toy Store at Level 2.
Adding to the mall’s collection of foodie destinations are 3 stores. Shoppers can head over to Basement 1 to grab a nice cup of creamy gelato at Chiara’s, sip a refreshing smoothie from Big Chill or have a full serving of Seol Hwa Bingsu’s Korean snow desserts.
September held charming surprises for all kinds of mall goers. Century City Mall enhances its dining selection with Mary Grace Café on the ground level (across the Concierge) and Chaplin Café, which will offer all-day dining options, on Level 4.
It also adds to quality retail with the opening of Italian leather goods shop Piquadro on Level 1.
Popping up at the third level to provide mall goers an exciting bonding activity for friends and families is Mystery Manila. The first escape live room game in the Philippines is out to challenge more sleuths across the Metro as it adds new mysteries to solve in the Century City Mall edition.
Century City Mall is a four-level shopping and entertainment complex located at the master-planned Century City at Kalayaan Ave. corner Salamanca Street in Makati City. Dubbed as the Mall of Modern Makati for its avant-garde mix of restaurants and retail stores, it offers a unique shopping experience to Century City residents and visitors.
For more information and updates, call the concierge at 705-6200 or log on to www.centurycitymall.com.ph or follow CenturyCityMall on Facebook, @CenturyMall on Twitter and centurymallph on Instagram.
Source: The Daily Tribune | December 6, 2015