A WEEK­END AF­FAIR

Cebu Liv­ing launches the year’s first is­sue with heaps of crave­wor­thy com­fort food and a night of re­lax­ing mu­sic

Cebu Living - - Social Diaries -

Launch­ing its first is­sue of the year, the team be­hind Cebu Liv­ing mag­a­zine set up a post- Valen­tines- themed food fair at 32 San­son, Rock­well, Lahug last Feb. 20. Friends, cou­ples, and fam­i­lies gath­ered to revel in good mu­sic and sump­tu­ous fare rang­ing from melted choco­late to ev­ery­one’s fa­vorite le­chon. A horde of around a thou­sand dropped by to un­wind— top­ping the num­ber of guests from last Novem­ber’s Week­end Sun­set.

Some vis­i­tors, with their beers from The So­cial or their shaved ice cream from Sno, took their spots on the pic­nic mats near the pool, be­side sway­ing red bal­loons— a sight rem­i­nis­cent of a com­mu­nity pic­nic.

The Wong­goys, Cebu’s home­grown band of broth­ers, de­liv­ered re­lax­ing tunes, fol­lowed by an equally en­joy­able num­ber by Vin­cent Echo. The evening rev­elry con­cluded at 10 p. m., but it was duly ex­tended un­til 11 p. m. as groups of friends and fam­i­lies were still sa­vor­ing the food and ro­man­tic back­yard am­biance.

GUESTS JOINED IN FOR A LAID BACK WEEK­END OF GOOD FOOD, GOOD COM­PANY AND GOOD VIBES

MU­SIC COUR­TESY OF 22TANGO’S THE WONG­GOYS

SERENADED THE CROWD

JEN MARTINEZ WITH KIDS TINO, TONI, AND TALI, CELINE MANIQUIS AND MONIQUE DEL GALLEGO JARQUE

KRISHTAL OF KRISH’S KITCHEN READY TO SERVE SCRUMPTIOUS

SE­LEC­TION OF BAKED GOODIES

ROSE HEN­NESSY AND KLOODIE CHIONGBIAN

JUMBO CLIMACO AND MARIAN CLIMACO

MARCO ANZANI, KATE ANZANI AND DAUGH­TER AZZURRA

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