Crave Park emerged from the Copuyoc family’s dream of working together on a project that revolves around food and art, encourages homegrown talents, and supports the local industry. The family then worked together to create Crave Park – an establishment for innovative food creators, foodies, families, students, and art lovers. Marikina was chosen as the first destination because they have long noted the organic yet palpably adventurous food and art vibe in the area. Perfect for what they had in mind for Crave Park.
Food x Art x Ambiance x Design
Crave Park offers a variety of food concepts that were carefully chosen to make it the awesome food and art destination it is meant to be. Current roster of concessionaires include Uncle Moe’s Shawarma Hub, Flatbread, KM 128 Wing Joint, Hunger Busters, Dabs & Popcorn, Lil Taipei, Tori Donburi, Kawaii Kitchen, Kwatro Cubanos, CreamCo Creamery, Tokyo Tempura, The Hungry Burro, Archipelago Express, Pulled, Pub Express, Spin the Bottle, Quench, and Nitro 7 Coffee.
Aside from food, Crave Park also aims to awaken contemporary art appreciation by showcasing local street artists in the park. Currently we have a few amazing murals done by legit street artists Eggfiasco and Kookoo Ramos, both of whom were chosen by the family. Art events within the park are also being planned and will be geared towards encouraging local artistic talents.
One last thing the Copuyoc family takes pride in is the over-all ambiance of Crave Park. Our area is big, safe, and comfortable with a large covered common area and balcony seating area for an enjoyable experience. We also take pride in that the over-all aesthetic of the venue, as well as the creative lighting fixtures and design is a product of the whole family’s concerted efforts. Hence, Crave Park is colorful yet laid-back, and inviting to all kinds of people.
Waze Pin: Crave Park PH
Address: Lot 22 and 24, Block 3 Mayor Gil Fernando St., Bgy. Sto Niño, Centro de Buenviaje, Marikina City
Opening hours: 4 PM - 12:30 AM