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Fried Rice, Chickpea Soup, Falafel, and Salad 200 Php

Where: Makati Street Market (Legazpi Sunday Market)
When: Sundays 7 am - 2 pm

Let us eat, shop and mingle at Makati Street Market in Makati City, from 7Am to 2PM.t's big celebration happening on four (4) Sundays – September 23 & 30; and October 7 & 14 at Legazpi Sunday Market, Legazpi Park, Legazpi Street corner  Rufino Street, Legazpi Village, Makati

How can an urban street market flourish and become a must-visit destination for city goers with varied tastes such as vegetarians?


The generous dollop of hard work and the exceptionable of the dining and shopping finds do count, as evinced by the continuous success of the Legazpi Sunday Market in Makati.

For seven consecutive years, the weekend street souk—a must-visit stop in a dynamic city spearheaded by propitious entrepreneurs and artisans—remains a place where international cuisines, organic finds, hand-made products, green items, and local products can be found. Complementing the array of lifestyle possibilities in Makati, the Legazpi Sunday Market in Makati evidently showcases more of what Makati has to offer.


Alveo Land – Ayala Land Inc.’s benchmark of lifestyle innovation joins Makati Street market once again since the location itself is pivotal tot he thriving dynamism in the district, where two of its landmark projects are located – The Lerato and kroma Towers.
Meanwhile, GeiserMaclang Marketing Communications Inc. (GMCI), a Makati-based transformative socialmarketing company, and the Legazpi Sunday Market organizers realized that what the street market currently presents to its customers can, in fact, further develop to nurture the promising businesses of the artisans and highlight the escalating stature of Makati.




“Being a Makati denizen and as a long-standing communications partner of the most distinguished industry players for years have given us a perspective on how staying relevant to the ever-changing lifestyle of yourmarket matters,” notes Amor Maclang, Director for Communications of GMCI. “It’s one of the ideals that make us challenge ourselves to produce new, transformative, and game-changing ideas that serve as our inspirations to generate exceptional campaigns.”

Hence, GMCI, together with its partners and sponsors, are transforming the Legazpi Sunday Market into theMakati Street Market, the first and biggest artisanal market of its kind in the Philippines. Enthused by the verve of the renowned outdoor lifestyle markets in Barcelona, Berlin, Helsinki, and Paris, the Makati Street Marketwill retain the Legazpi Sunday Market’s open-air venue laid-out in a dazzling urban backdrop, which allows people to take pleasure in dining and shopping amid the vivacious Makati atmosphere.

Furthermore, the enhanced street souk will be adapting the idea of artisanal market concepts, where purchasers will deal with the food artisans themselves.

To further foster the thrilling vibe of the district, where the street market is located, the market organizers will set up pocket events for four consecutive Sundays starting September 23 to October 14. The said activities include grilling competitions, adobo festival, dance and cocktail events, and even biking workshops highlighting Makati’s landscape as a city that boasts of accessibility.

A Destination that Marks the Spot

Geared to become the biggest of its kind in the country, the upcoming Makati Street Market is truly a grand scene, which will highlight not only the selection of good finds and good food in Makati, but also one of the reasons why the city is a dynamic address of endless lifestyle possibilities. Nonetheless, facades and environs aside, the main goal that the initiative truly aspires is to uphold and support more of the country’s local products and homegrown services, which will arguably lead to the growth of budding artisanal businesses like Mantequilla, Budbud Gourmet Suman, and Pinoy Ordurvz Foods for delicacies; Patika Beads and Wiresworks for fashion accessories; and Creative Definitions, Bicol Sweetgrass Handcrafts, and All in Red Clay Factory for crafts and home decor.

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