Tizon Drive once known as a street with whose corner is a common drug store is now an interesting food trip site.
Formally launched last December 1, 2016, the new attraction has added appeal to Barangay Sto. Rosario and marked a spot on food lovers’ food trip list.
Since 2015, our country has been introduced with Food Parks, a new concept of dining experience replacing people’s usual options at food courts, carinderia menus and other food hubs common to us.
“We are truly excited to bring this known concept in our municipality, after all Capas is dubbed as the Tourism Capital of Tarlac, it’s our pleasure to smile and offer good food at a low cost.” says Capas Mayor Reynaldo Catacutan.
The array of negocarts offer a wide selection of food including fresh finds, organic produce, all-time favorite street food, ready-to-eat dishes and more.
Apart from the barbeque, fishballs, kwek-kwek, calamares, balut, goto,mami and lechon manok we’re used to, visitors could also find interesting drinks, dessertand other unusual dine-in or take-out orders such as roasted itiks.
If you’ll visit, be sure to bring your selfie pods and capture happy moments using the FREE WIFI! (Yes, FREE! And LIVE BAND music on Fridays too.)
“As a student and a Capaseña, Masaya! Kasi ngayon may mapupuntahan na kaming magbabarkada tapos minsan nasasalubong pa naming parents namin. Tsaka ang bango ng barbeque!” says Mikaela Rapanan from the locale.
Certainly, the popularity of food parks has extended possibilities in converting unconventional areas to bright landscapes shared by families, barakadas and taste buddies.
Capas Walking Street is open on Fridays-Sundays, from 5:00 PM to 12:00 midnight and Mondays-Thursdays in front of the Capas Public Market.