The All-New Antonio’s Progressive Filipino Fare

One of Davao’s favorite restaurants, Antonio’s Bar and Grill just recently relaunched with a new concept. From Antonio’s Bar and Grill, they renamed it to Antonio’s Progressive Filipino Fare. Almost everything is new–from the restaurant look–lighting, design, to the dishes they offer. Of course, their classic dishes Bulalo, Pinapatok na Manok, Krispy Pata, and Lechon Kawali are there to stay–but improved.

“As a Blue Post Group Restaurant Concept, we need to keep Antonio’s exciting and relevant to our customers. We had a good twelve years operating Antonio’s Bar and Grill and a chunk of our knowledge in the restaurant industry we owe to Antonio’s. The rebranding is also an opportunity for us to improve on our products and service and overall brand equity.” Anthony Ang – President and CEO of Blue Post Group

I was able to attend their media launch together with my co-bloggers and other Davao media outlets. Here are the dishes they offered us. Notice the lighting and the entire feel of the photo.

Some of their delectable desserts:

Their new food offerings and look are mostly targeted to millennials. Just as millennials are known to be creative and innovative, Antonio’s applied it to their original concept. Most of the food above are basic and authentic Filipino dishes, but it’s evident that they put twists in them.

Just seeing my photos makes you wanna order right? Head on to the first level of SM City Ecoland now and get a taste of their new set of instagrammable meals.

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