Local microcinema Cinema ’76, which was well-loved by Filipino moviegoers for providing space for local films to be shown to the public, is opening its own outdoor café!
Cinema ’76 Café is an alfresco dining spot located on the second floor of the Anonas LRT City Center in Quezon City. It was designed to be a place for its former patrons and future new customers to relax and unwind, amidst movie-themed decor and TBA Studios film posters.
The café features a wide array of coffee, pastries, and other unique beverages, such as the Popcorn Frappe. You can also indulge in the different cakes they have available like the Mango Cake which Cinema ’76 Café says is a “playful nod” to the iconic mango scene in TBA Studios’ “Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral” (2018).
Cinema ’76 Café opens from 1 PM to 7 PM every weekday starting June 11 and will implement stringent safety protocols round-the-clock.
Dine-in customers, online deliveries, and takeouts are accepted. To order online, use Foodpanda, GrabFood, or contact Cinema ’76 directly through Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or via phone or Viber at +63 906 236 2365. Curbside pickups are also accepted for takeout orders, provided that customers message in advance.
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