Riverview outdoor dining spot Manila Eats to relocate to Tampa
The connection between Filipinos and food is inseparable; it is deeply woven into the culture and is a significant aspect of Filipino life. This is evident when we crave Filipino dishes, even when we’re far away from home. However, it’s such a letdown when the food we’re drooling over is already marked as “sold out.”
Manila Eats in Riverview, Florida is a Filipino walk-up window and outdoor dining spot best known for its “open until sold out” policy, which has been a source of delight for Riverview diners for many years.
In just a few days, there will be no need to worry about our favorite palabok, pancit, lechon kawali, and chicken adobo running out owing to the spot’s first come, first serve policy. The popular dining spot plans to expand to a larger eating space in Tampa, shifting from their current system to a complete sit-down dining experience.
Manila Eats shared on Facebook that it intends to move and officially open its new Tampa eatery at 1601 S 22nd St, slightly south of Palmetto Beach, on Sept. 28, Thursday
The post continues: “The new place will have 48 seating capacity and will have karaoke and live bands on the weekends.” Before owner Veronica Meneses’ Tampa restaurant opens this month, she will still continue selling at their Riverview location.