Maginhawa Street is located in District 4, Barangay Teachers Village East in Diliman, Quezon City. A residential area that has turned into Foodie Haven. The place is a mixed-used community with businesses (commercial activities) and residential development.

Here are the restaurants; tea/coffee house I've been to in Maginhawa Street that are worth the visit:

The Burger Project, a make your own burger resto located at #22

Cha Dao in #111-A offers freshly brewed tea infused with milk and fruit flavors.

Henrys Grille in #131 which serves grilled foods and beers plus acoustic band.

Jek's Ku Bo in #77 which is famous for its ulo ulo and bulalo and also provides casual dining experience

Its more fun MAG FOOD TRIP in QC!

And as for my Maginhawa Street Style...

Since its been raining all week, I opted to wear darker colors for the cold weather and to also make me look more rainy-days-appropriate.

Dressed in: Esprit Black Top | Purple Skirted Pants

Accessories: Earrings and Flower ring from Aldo | HK accessories | Ninewest Snake Print Clutch

Shoes: Heels from S&H in grey


Here's a list of other exciting culinary destination in Maginhawa Street ...
(click on the link to know more about their dishes and specialties)

Maginhawa cor. Magiting Street
photo from www.seconhandphilospohy.com

Maginhawa cor. Magiting Street
Must try: Dragon's Breath
photo from http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/maginhawa?before=1334858602

Roberta Flavors of Asia
(#45 B) Asian Cuisine
photo from http://ph.openrice.com/manila/restaurant/roberta-seafood-cantina/28407/

Crazy Katsu
(#81)  Japanese Restaurant
photo from http://www.rochellesychua.com/2012/04/crazy-katsu.html


(#103) Videoke, Food, Drinks and Acoustic

photo from http://lakwatsero.me/2010/10/14/delish-maginhawa-street-quezon-city/

Chillout Cafe

(#88-C) Offers rice meals, tea, pasta, sandwiches and desserts
photo from  http://itskatrinesalvador.blogspot.com/2012/05/chillout-tea-cafe.html

Van Gogh is Bipolar 
photo from http://www.wheninmanila.com/van-gogh-is-bipolar-restaurant-experience-that-will-keep-both-your-personalities-happy/
Cocina Juan
(#100) Nicaraguan dish
photo from http://thelunchbuddies.blogspot.com/2012/05/cocina-juan-part-3-of-great-maginhawa.html

Blacksoup Cafe + Artspace

(#154) a restaurant with art galleries

photo from http://worldslocalcitizens.com/2010/07/food-trip-black-soup-cafe-artspace/

Sancho Churreria
photo from  http://thelunchbuddies.blogspot.com/2012/05/sancho-churreria-part-4-of-great.html#more 

Tomato Kick
photo from  http://thelunchbuddies.blogspot.com/2012/05/tomato-kick-part-1-of-great-maginhawa.html 

Friuli Trattoria 
photo from http://thelunchbuddies.blogspot.com/2012/05/friuli-trattoria-part-2-of-great.html

Champs Burger 

photo from  http://yaniconquistadora.blogspot.com/2012/04/champs-burger.html
Kiss the Cook Cafe 
photo from http://www.badudets.com/kiss-the-cook-cafe-the-maginhawa-street-series/
Ted P's 
photo from http://www.celinii.com/2011/04/ted-ps.html

Sinangag Station
Maginhawa cor. Mapagkawanggawa
photo from  http://ph.openrice.com/manila/restaurant/8rs-sinangag-station/151728/?mapType=1 

Kazam Kebab House 
(#162) Persian Restaurant
photo from  https://ajvillanueva.wordpress.com/tag/filipino/ 
Good Burgers
photo from http://gluttonguide101.blogspot.com/2010_08_01_archive.html

Box O Rice 
photo from http://ph.openrice.com/manila/restaurant/box-o-rice/31135/

Uncle Moe's Shawarma Hub
photo from http://tnaps.wordpress.com/tag/quezon-city/
Pino Resto Bar
Maginhawa corner Malingap
photo from http://www.lynne-enroute.com/2012/03/27/en-route-pino-restobar-malingap-street-near-maginhawa-street-teachers-village-quezon-city-philippines/

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