Venice Piazza: Little Italy In Fort Bonifacio
Inspired by the grandeur of the Piazza San Marco in Venice, Italy, Venice Piazza in McKinley Hill, Fort Bonifacio, is the happening place in the metro today. The complex is peppered with dining hot spots that offer a wide variety of dishes enough to tickle your taste buds to give each one a try.
“Venice Piazza is just the phase one of the breakthrough development project called The Venice Luxury Residences. Actually, the Piazza is not even 10-percent of what we intend to build there,” notes Kevin. “We put Venice Piazza there to service the needs of the exiting BPO employees.”
The second phase of the development is the retail shops to be constructed, while the third phase will be the residential and office development, which features a Grand Canal with its iconic Rialto Bridge where not just unit owners but guests as well can ride the gondola.
“What makes Venice Piazza interesting is the design and, of course, the entertainment. We regularly hold concerts by local and foreign artists in the Piazza. We also have pigeon feeding where our customers get the chance to feed the pigeons, which go down on park grounds at 4 p.m. These are just some of the things that make Venice Piazza charming,” enthuses Kevin.
From June 1 to 2, passionate foodies get to experience a Venetian-style night market at Venice Piazza. Sample the flavors of Spain, Italy, and the greater Mediterranean area from various tenants offering premium wines, cheese, imported beer, deli, and organic produce. Expect exceptional during where you can watch your food being prepared and at the same time find the perfect wine or beer to go along with your meal guided by the Venetian Market’s one of a kind color-charted wine and beer piring.