Dubbed the “Next City” in Tarlac, Capas is indeed only a few steps away from cityhood especially upon the realization of the Green City Project―poised to become the next big metropolis.
CHANGE IS INDEED INEVITABLE!
So it is for the 222 illegal-drug victims in Capas whose lives have completely changed after graduating from the Capas Bahay Pagbabago—Drug Reformatory Center (CBP-DRC) last December 9, 2016.
Bearing the theme “Capas… Green City,” the celebration of the most awaited annual event kick-started with an exciting gastronomic event pulling-off the successful launch of the Capas Walking Street; a food park featuring the Capaseños’ version of both common and extraordinary street food well-embraced by food lovers
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.
According to Google, Tinapa is a Filipino term referring to smoked fish often made from blackfin scad (galunggong) or milkfish (bangus). But in Brgy. Talaga, Tinapa is way more than the smoked fish common to Filipinos.