Event venues have sprouted all over the metro, each one unique and Instagram-worthy. But the enduring beauty and elegance of 18-year-old Patio Victoria in Intramuros, Manila continues to attract guests celebrating important milestones.
For the past 18 years, Patio Victoria’s “old world charm” has hosted hundreds of special occasions such as weddings, debuts, baptisms, anniversaries, birthday parties, and corporate events.
Antique wooden gates open to beautiful cobblestone walkways, refreshing fountains, flowering plants, and large trees.
Its two gardens, Sofia and Diana, named after owner Cristina Gonzales-Romualdez’s daughters, can each accommodate up to 350 guests.
The Sofia Garden’s Tivoli lights, fountain, and lavishly designed gazebo leave guests in awe, while a well-grown acacia tree in the heart of the Diana Garden shades guests and creates a dreamy sight.
Meanwhile, the air-conditioned Sofia Banquet Hall is perfect for a variety of occasions and can accommodate 250 guests. It is a full-serviced venue that provides everything from catering to styling.
“Patio Victoria has been here for 18 years, and we will always be here to keep that tradition of expressing joy and thanksgiving, but always reinventing to cater to all celebrations,” said Gonzales-Romualdez.
She continued, “Next year, we will start catering to other venues, not only in the gardens inside Intramuros, but in other places in the whole country. We want to make celebrations truly amazing and special.”
Patio Victoria offers affordable all-in packages with a menu composed of classic and mouth-watering dishes like Lengua de Bodeguero, Paella ala Patio Victoria, Roast Beef, Beef Lasagna, and more.
“We have a wide menu of both local and international cuisine. I am proud that we serve good and exquisite food and our waiters are highly skilled and well-trained. I guarantee you that your event will be perfect,” enthused Gonzales-Romualdez.
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