On our first event with the Openricers, we (mike and I) came in late; I wasn’t able to take pictures of the place, aside from being shy then *winks*
This is my 2nd Eat’s a Date and I thought I should come in early so I could take pictures of the whole place. It would be perfect to shoot before the sun sets for the
event eating time should start 6pm sharp. I bet it would be lovely to take pictures when the shop is located in a park. Well that’s how I thought it would be since it’s on Ayala Triangle Gardens along with other known restaurants in the Central Business District.
I was the first one to arrive! What an accomplishment (clap clap for me). When the 3 lovelies arrived (Jec, Bam and Yani) I told them we should go in, but the servers were like sales talking us. I bet they weren’t expecting us. ^^v. Apparently, the openrice team would be arriving late. We waited outside and just did some photoshoot of the place.
When they (Openrice organizers) arrived we sat down on our reserved seats and of course started shooting inside. The crew were very accommodating and even posed for me. (Oh! aren’t they a natural?)
You know how particular I am about comfort rooms so I always check them out. CBD’s was one big room for both girls and boys, with a sink plus automatic faucet inside the toilet aside from the wash area outside complete with liquid soap and tissues (no hand dryers).
There’s a crew manning the door. I guess there’s enough of staff for this establishment, or I don’t know, just maybe there are just weren’t too much people in the joint that time.
I could go on and on how much I like the interior design of CBD. It’s so cozy in here. I could doze off immediately on that avocado green couch. The temperature and the lighting just made it a perfect hang out for a non-rowdy crowd who would just want to chill while drinking. Yes! CBD offers local and international beers and wines.
And the food? Well it’s so much for me blabbing for one post. Let’s move on to the next post.. shall we?