We’re lovin’ the new look of Greenwich Pizza which can be previewed at its store in SM North Edsa. It’s totally different from what we see now in Greenwich branches. Quaint touches of green are still there, but there are now wood and brick elements which one can see in traditional pizzerias. A combination of cool, classy and homey, contemporary and country. You will love bonding here with the barkada!
To celebrate the revamped interiors of Greenwich, they called in a handsome special guest. Too bad I missed John Lloyd Cruz who looked tanned and thinner! I was late because it’s so hard to travel from South of Manila to the distant North, LOL. Photo courtesy of @greenwichpizza on Instagram
It wasn’t even end of November yet and our favorite people from Greenwich hosted a Christmas party at Makati Shang-ri La. I went to the event because of these pretty celebrities (accent on Anne Curtis because I watched her latest movies … in real life, she was so warm & friendly!)
After going kilig over him in The Mistress, I was secretly hoping John Lloyd Cruz would also be there but I guess he was busy attending to Angelica In this poster, the Greenwich Barkada look so happy.
Ever dread Christmas parties & Noche Buena because it makes you go gaga over the food you’re going to serve? Greenwich is offering a 15-inch Party Pizza with 16 square cut slices that is perfect for those get togethers.
The invitation read: rockeoke night at Greenwich Katipunan. Katips (which is how some people refer to this campus area) is generally no man’s land for me because it’s at the end of the equator (the north to my south). But I just couldn’t say no to this girl: the new PR manager for Greenwich Pizza, Ms. Cookie Cabrera.
Believe it or not, I actually enjoyed the long drive to Katipunan because it made me see an area I don’t always venture into (yes I know right, this is ONLY Manila!) A change of scenery can be good sometimes (even if you see mostly smog in this city). Plus, there seemed to be interesting restaurants worth trying.
Anyway, the Greenwich Rockeoke Night was one event I enjoyed since it was a small crowd, had a simple objective (singing + eating + a little chatting). Not to mention, it was organized by the same publicity firm that made Magnum ice cream a public sensation.
Take a bow Adrian