Superhero fans and K-Pop stans’ interests have aligned at Cinema ‘76 Café this March as the al fresco movie-themed café celebrates the releases of “The Batman” and “BTS Permission To Dance On Stage – Seoul Concert”.
Free Batman and Riddler latte art
In time with the release of Matt Reeves’ “The Batman” this week, Cinema ‘76 Café offers free latte art on hot drinks featuring the iconic Batman symbol and the question mark — The Riddler’s calling card. Simply present your movie ticket of “The Batman” purchased from Cinema ‘76 microcinema to get cool designs poured on your cups.
Treat yourself to a hearty breakfast before your screening and indulge in refillable Americano coffee every morning from 8 am – 11 am.
The March movie line-up for the microcinema also includes Disney Pixar’s latest animated movie “Turning Red” and Steven Spielberg’s Academy Award nominated musical “West Side Story”. Tickets are priced at Php 280. Book your tickets at bit.ly/c76tickets.
K-Pop stan drinks, pasta, and sandwiches
Have a taste of one of South Korea’s popular drinks with Cinema ’76 Café’s Soju Yakult Series. The first drinks in the series are inspired by the global pop sensation BTS. It comes in two refreshing flavors: “Borahae”, a sweet berry concoction in a pretty purple hue, and “Young Forever”, a more grown-up twist on everyone’s favorite childhood yogurt drink.
The BTS-inspired mix is available for a limited time only from March 7 to March 20. Catch it while you can and enjoy the Unli Soju Yakult (Php 399) every night from 6 pm to midnight. Expect more flavors to be added to this series inspired by some of your favorite K-pop groups.
Aside from these exciting drinks, Cinema ‘76 Café is introducing a new line of pasta dishes and sandwiches. These include Ala King Pasta (Php 280), Pinoy Pasta (Php 275), and the house special, Spicy Laing Tuna Pasta (Php 255). The café’s delicious sandwiches come in six variants: Egg Salad Sandwich with chips (Php 195), Chicken Sandwich with chips (Php 295), BLT Sandwich with chips (Php 295), The Ultimate Clubhouse Sandwich with chips (Php 355), Classic PB&J with chips (Php 155), and The Wrong Sandwich – a play on the name of the local luncheon meat (Php 295).
The open-air cafe operates Monday to Sunday from 8 am to midnight. For more updates, follow Cinema ‘76 Cafe on Facebook and Instagram.