UP students get their taste of the late-night food bazaar

Music and acoustic performances at last year's Calle Bistro. Photo courtesy of UP JPIA.

The night food market and food bazaar bug has caught not just entrepreneurs but the resourceful and creative students of the University of the Philippines as well.

Following the success Mercato Centrale at The Fort and the newly opened Mezza Norte at UP-Ayala Technohub comes an all-nighter food bazaar called Calle Bistro. The University of the Philippines Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants (UP JPIA), Go Negosyo and Eton Centris are organizing this food bazaar.

Just like its predecessors, it includes a variety of food and drinks with over 40 concessionaires. Apart from that, organizers assure its audience not just to give them a full and happy stomach but also a night of acoustic performances and overflowing prizes from generous sponsors.
Now on its second year, the first Calle Bistro was held in Eastwood City in November 2011.

Jam-packed midnight crowd during last year's Calle Bistro in Eastwood City. Photo courtesy of UP JPIA.

For food enthusiasts who want to get a glimpse of what to expect at Calle Bistro, check this teaser created by JPIA’s members.

Calle Bistro will be held at Eton Centris, Edsa corner Quezon Avenue (Q. Ave MRT Station) Quezon City on September 15, 2012. Gates will open at 3:00pm and admission is for free. For more details, you may check their website:

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