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5 Coffee Shops You Can Bike to in Rizal

Time to refuel with a cup of coffee!
Most of us found our own coping mechanisms to manage cabin fever in the past year. Some acquired new cooking skills like baking bread, some havbe gone down the K-pop or K-drama rabbit hole, while others have started on a fitness journey
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5 Must-Try Restaurants and Cafés in Baguio You Should Visit

Add these to your travel bucket list!
Baguio is one of the cities that opened its borders to tourists who want to take a break from being cooped up at home. Having been quarantined for more than a year already, it seems like a no-brainer to just go for the
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The Philippines Is the "Most Underrated Foodie Destination in the World"

According to an international food site.
The Philippines may not exactly be one of the world’s top culinary capitals, but it’s good to know that we’re still in the radar as an off-the-beaten-track destination for food travelers. In fact, a survey conducted by international food website Chef’s Pencil
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Boracay's the Sunny Side Cafe Is Opening in Manila and We Can't Wait

Been missing their famous Kitayama Tapsilog or pancakes?
Boracay trips are always made all the more delicious with a trip to The Sunny Side Cafe—the cafe and restaurant known for their leveled-up all-day breakfast fare, comfort eats given one-of-a-kind twists, and winning pastries. Sadly, their Boracay outpost has been closed
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Here's the Perfect La Union Travel Guide for Foodies

Find out where to stay, what to do, and where to eat!
Aside from being the "surfing capital of the north," La Union has attracted a lot of creatives, wellness advocates, and up-and-coming entrepreneurs, solidifying it as the must-visit tourist destination. If you haven't visited this adventure-filled escape up north, let this itinerary guide
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This Filipina Chef is Introducing Boodle Fights in Paris

Meet Erica Paredes, the Filipina chef making waves in Paris.
When one thinks of the romantic city of Paris, France, she's probably often greeted with images of the Eiffel Tower while dining al fresco at a fancy restaurant, complete with a beret on her head. No one ever imagines Europeans duking it
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Anthony Bourdain Changed the Way We Eat and Live

A tribute from the eyes of a Preview girl.
Long before I married a chef, long before I followed him into this industry, I’ve pursued a love for food. I was a student on a budget in university so my gastronomic pursuits weren’t to the food capitals of the world, but
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6 New Holiday Dishes to Try at Salvatore Cuomo & Bar

Time to get the girls together for a meal!
You know you’re already planning it—your Christmas get-together with friends. And truly, there’s nothing like tucking into a hearty Italian meal as you gossip catch up. (‘Tis the season to indulge, after all.)IMAGE Isha VallesSo here’s an idea for your girl gang’s