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
’twas one great party that Greenwich Pizza hosted last month to launch their exciting new product called Greenwich Pizza Thins! Trust us when we say that this new offering from Greenwich is a must-try & a must-taste
The crispy, thin crust of this pizza just wins it for me. We love that it stays firms to the bite even after it was set on the table for a long time. The base is also not oily and does not turn soggy.Of course, good pizza can only come from the freshest ingredients. A thinner crust means we can savor its tasty toppings more. And right on the dot, Greenwich offers their Pizza Thins in enticing flavors like their Signature Special, Hawaiian, Pepperoni and All Meat starting at a friendly price of only P189 for a double-size pizza.
A highlight of the party was the presence of matinee idol and Greenwich endorser John Lloyd Cruz who happily mingled with the crowd and was even seen passing the Pizza Thins to people at his table.
It was a major moment since it was my first time to see JLC in the flesh. His bestselling love story tandems with Bea Alonzo and Sarah Geronimo are the only Filipino movies I will line up for. So here’s how my Instagram feed read that day -
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.
So what did you think of The Mistress?
My cheap thrill of the week is watching it in Alabang Town Center (while the whole family went for Resident Evil). It was truly epic for me since I go to movie theaters every 10 months (!!!) The last Tagalog film I saw was “No Other Woman” and the only time it amused me was when Carmi Martin likened husband-grabbing women to snatchers in Quiapo. Actually Carmi, there are even more snatchers in the Malate area. Literally. We kid you not
Anyway, I liked the mistress. It’s way better than NOW coz it didn’t present the usual mistress stereotype. There were even parts which left me teary-eyed. Huhu. The beautiful Bea Alonzo just needed to feel more “passion” in her character. Am glad they didn’t choose Derek Ramsay coz he would really have looked smaller to Bea’s 5’8″ frame. John Lloyd perfectly played the part of the debonaire suitor. Kilig!
Of course, the ending was good enough to drive one nuts. It left some hanging questions: did they get married? or even worse: did Bea end up as John Lloyd’s mistress too?
Fast-rising telecommunications company Cherry Mobile invited us to an event last Saturday and I went, partially to satisfy my curiosity about today’s top teen stars Kim Chiu and John Lloyd Cruz. Awwww. Kim and Lloidy, as seen through my lens:
John Lloyd was muy simpatico while Kim was pretty and oh-so-thin. I wonder how much they’re being paid to endorse Cherry Mobile. It’s a win-win situation actually. Cherry can benefit from top movie star endorsements, even as it firms up its grip on the lucrative mobile phone market.
I have three officemates who own Cherry Mobile units and they have no complaints so far. This just goes to show that a gadget doesn’t have to be expensive to be able to go the extra mile. Word has it that CM phones are selling like hotcakes among budget-conscious consumers who want a good-looking feature-packed phone for less than five thousand pesos!