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Marcia Adams Restaurant

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and now is the perfect time to start planning what you want to buy for your loved one.
My husband and I prefer having dinner somewhere special, which may sound a bit old fashioned to some, but there’s nothing better than having something simple, romantic, yet memorable. While I was searching for restaurants to dine at on google, I saw a valentine menu post of one of my favorite restaurants in Tagaytay, The Marcia Adams’ Restaurant.

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On my 32nd birthday three years ago, I invited a few friends to have dinner with me and my husband at the Marcia Adams. The restaurant is a cluster of vine-covered adobe bungalows that overlook the idyllic countryside.

Its main dining hall has a rustic Tuscan look, with earthen flooring bordered with Machuca tiles.

The sunset viewing area is like a Greek tavern, with rough cement floors with terracotta tiles and white plastered walls that shoot up to a beamed ceiling of old wood.

A lot of things have changed since the last time we were there. Neil, the husband of Marcia Adams told us that they’ll be putting up a bed and breakfast place. I hope we can go visit the place again before the year ends.

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Neil, the husband of Marcia Adams gave this to me before we left the place.

 

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