Teacher Eats:A Slam Dunk Fathers Day Treat at Marriott Manila

Its game time on Fathers Day! Dads are sure to be hooked on the NBA finals, and so to get him off the bench is an MVP treatment at Marriott Hotel Manila.

Slam Burgers 1

The 5-star hotel tips-off the special day with a basketball-themed celebration. Their Marriott Café puts on the line a reasonably priced hefty buffet with surprise treats: Pre-Fathers Day dinner buffet on June 17 at Php 2,650, Fathers Day Sunday Brunch on June 18 at Php 2,800 and Dinner Buffet at Php 2,650.

Slam Burgers 2

Marriott Café makes a home-court advantage with a hoop arcade for everyone to play on. Throw your best shot to score your dad some sporty gift items. But right before that, indulge on a lavish feast made for a king. On top of their famed global cuisines, expect comfort foods like Double Dribble a cart of delish hotdogs and cheesy nachos.

Double Dribble Nachos

Servers will also pass round Slam Burgers that are made of homemade patties layered in cheddar cheese and mayonnaise. Make a crossover at their fine dining restaurant, Cru Steakhouse for martinis and foie gras. Sweet confections are also for steal at the Marriott Café bakery.

Double Dribble Hotdogs

Cupcakes, cookies, cakes and more are in basketball designs that would be too hard to resist. After a sumptuous celebration, call for a timeout and tag your dad along at the Greatroom for winning cocktail shots by the bar.

And since every man would agree that ball is life, Marriotts exciting celebration idea is a sure hit to surprise your dad. It is crunch time to Fathers Day, so double time and hit dial to reserve seats.

Marriott Cafe is located at Marriott Hotel Manilas G/F and is open from at 11:00am to 2:30pm for Sunday Brunch and 6:00pm to 10:30pm for Dinner Buffet. For inquiries, call (02) 9889999 or visit manilamarriott.com. To keep up on their latest offerings, follow @marriottmanila at Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat and, @manilamarirott on Instagram.

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