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Manila mall launches 'bike and bite'

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Cyclists can now eat their favorite meals while their bikes are conveniently parked under a new dine-in experience introduced by a Manila mall, according to a report by Manila Bulletin.

The Lucky Chinatown Mall in Binondo, Manila launched the “Bike and Bite” on March 4 that offers a new dining setup for cyclists.

The bike racks will also serve as dining tables, a hassle-free dine-in experience that cyclists can enjoy.

“Bike and Bite” provides customized dining tables for cyclists who no longer need to go inside the mall to have their meal and park their bikes elsewhere.

“#NowIsAGoodTime to pedal your way to #LuckyChinatown. With Bike and Bite, you can now conveniently park your bike as you savor the best of Asian cuisine,” according to Lucky Chinatown mall in a Facebook post.

The new dining area is located at the open air part of the mall.

The mall added that “supervised minors, seniors, and pets are welcome to stroll at the Chinatown Walk. Just make sure to follow safety protocols for a #SaferAndHappier experience.”

The “Bike and Bite” area is located at the open air part of the mall.


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