Hello again, school! After the glorious days of heat (and not to mention the beautiful waves of the beach during your summer trip), it’s time to hit the books once again. I know, I know. It’s exciting to be back in school, but we have to accept that the rest days are over and another school year has rolled in. Just think of this: you’ll get to see your friends again, learn more about your choice of course, spot your favorite professor (which happens to be your secret crush.. oops), create great projects with your orgmates, and a whole lot more! Now, are you finally getting the school feels? So okay, let me give you another reason to look forward to going to school: breaktime.
I understand that we’ve just gotten our (summer) break but yeah, what’s more gratifying than eating your heart out and stuffing yourself with yummy eats with your barkada? Shout out to the students near the University Belt in Manila ’cause a new, cute and unique hangout, after-school (or in between) break time place is open for all of you! If you still haven’t been to Amo Yamie Crib, well, let me introduce you to this magical foodie spot.
Amo Yamie Crib, a cafe originally from Pampanga, serves food and drinks that are student budget-friendly and yummy at the same time. Their customers, which they call The Cribbers, get to choose their ‘crib’ to stay at. So once you set foot inside, you’re automatically recruited (and I swear you wanna be back again and again). And when settled, you can then order and unwind inside the cute crib and play with your Cribber companions.
People of all ages visit Amo Yamie Crib, but mostly it’s crowded with students. In groups, mag-jowa or alone, Amo Yamie Crib welcomes them all.
Create great memories with your most cherished friends in your crib! My friends and I frequent Amo Yamie Crib and each visit guarantees a good time! It’s such a happy place, what with the color and decor and the lively music!
On top of our list: the Pizza Fries. You and your friends will surely finish this off in a matter of minutes. A great pica-pica, topped with classic pizza toppings (and yes, CHEESE), what’s not to love?
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