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Hinge Backyard Grill at Urdaneta

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Last Sept. 17, Southern Living’s Backyard Grill returned to Urdaneta village’s football field.
Backyard Grill, a community event that brings together residents and guests (it’s open to the public), features food from local and small businesses. This month’s edition of the #HingeBYG included vendors like Lemoon’s lemonade and Sweeteas’ herbal drinks, Macho Taco, Birdmen (chili fries and chicken), Hachi Bao Studio, Bread and Botany (tostadas and tacos), Rodrigo’s Roast Beef, Tatang’s Boneless Lechon, Bigg Rigg Shawarma, Tusk Social (torched salmon bowls with nori and rice), Krispy Kreme and Makai Bowls (fruit smoothies with oats).
The event was marked by musical performances including saxophone soloist Vince Lahora who played some easy jazz, including the soundtrack to Sex and the City. 


A portion of the proceeds from Backyard Grill were donated to the Down’s Syndrome Association of the Philippines, Southern Living’s chosen charity. They also had their own booth during the event to help raise awareness and spread the advocacy.

This event was presented by Southern Living magazine and powered by Hinge Inquirer Publications in cooperation with Globe Telecom, Krispy Kreme Philippines, and Megaworld Global Estate Inc.-South. Special thanks to Sun Life Financial Philippines, and our media partners WhenInManila.com, INQUIRER.net, Inquirer Mobile, Inquirer RED magazine, Preen Online, and Scout magazine.
Watch out for the next Hinge Backyard Grill at Bel-Air 3 park on Nov. 19. Follow @slivingph on IG and Facebook to find out more.

Backyard Grill at the Park, Urdaneta Football Field Sept 17, 2016

Backyard Grill at the Park, Urdaneta Football Field Sept 17, 2016

Soothing jazz provided by soloist Vince Lahora made for a classy dining atmosphere through the day

Soothing jazz provided by soloist Vince Lahora made for a classy dining atmosphere through the day

Preen managing editor Jacque de Borja

Preen managing editor Jacque de Borja

Kids enjoy making their own Krispy Kreme donuts

Kids enjoy making their own Krispy Kreme donuts

Dr. Andrew Prieto, Myda Prieto, Vernoica Arcenas, Audrey Prieto, Sonia Dietz, Anatori Prieto

Dr. Andrew Prieto, Myda Prieto, Vernoica Arcenas, Audrey Prieto, Sonia Dietz, Anatori Prieto

Philip Romualdez and Inquirer Group CEO Sandy Prieto Romualdez

Philip Romualdez and Inquirer Group CEO Sandy Prieto Romualdez

Carla Villanueva and Hinge Inquirer group publisher Bea Ledesma

Carla Villanueva and Hinge Inquirer group publisher Bea Ledesma

Lou Albano, Tet Mangosing and Rey Ilagan

Lou Albano, Tet Mangosing and Rey Ilagan