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Antonio’s, one of the country’s best and most revered fine dining destinations recently closed its doors. The good news is that it’s only temporary. In a post made by the restaurant on its social media pages, the place will undergo a much-needed renovation. It reads:

“To our dear Patrons, beginning this July 24th Antonio’s will be temporarily closing its doors to give way for a very much-needed renovation. Please stay tuned for our re-opening sometime in the second week of September. We thank you for your continued support and we look forward to welcoming you back as soon as possible.”

In the meantime, loyal guests and patrons of Antonio’s can still enjoy Antonio’s at their Manila branch at PGA Cars along EDSA, which opened just this year. Other options under the Antonio’s group of restaurants would be Breakfast at Antonio’s in Tagaytay and also its Manila branch, which also just recently opened in Robinson’s Magnolia in San Juan City. Antonio’s Balay Dako, which specializes in Filipino cuisine is also open. During the pandemic Antonio’s also made their prepared, frozen, baked and ready-to-eat products available thru the brand, Pedro the Grocer, which has stores around the metro.

Antonio’s has been highly regarded as one of the country’s best restaurants for many years. It has been included in many international lists of best restaurants most notably Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants in 2015.

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