The new McCafe BGC Arts Center officially opened its doors to the public last December 21, 2016.
McCafe BGC Arts Center is strategically located in the middle of BGC Arts Center, making it a place for customers to share pleasurable coffee moments at the artistic hub of BGC. As the only food and beverage store located inside BGC Arts Center, McCafe BGC Arts Center is a haven for art enthusiasts to enjoy a McCafe drink, pastry, or sandwich before or after watching a show or participating in art-related events. Not limited to patrons of the arts, McCafe BGC Arts Center is open to the public daily even if there are no scheduled events.
McDonald’s took inspiration from the vibrant and bustling environment of Bonifacio Global City in designing McCafe BGC Arts Center. To fit in with BGC’s vibrant surroundings, geometrical elements were used in the store’s interiors, making it feel more alive and dynamic. The use of geometry also ties McCafe BGC Arts Center with the overall structure of the artistic hub. Customers can enjoy the artistic elements found inside the store such as the ceiling wall installation and the hanging lights that blend McCafe BGC Arts Center with the growing artistic vision of its neighborhood.
From the exterior, customers are greeted with a fresh and minimalist look that differentiates McCafe from McDonald’s restaurants in the Philippines. The design of the store adds a level of comfort that creates a welcoming, relaxing, and cozy atmosphere for customers to enjoy. The warm and comfortable vibe invites customers to drop by McCafe BGC Arts Center, whether to relax after a show, work, take a coffee break, or even do a quick coffee take out.
Customers can enjoy a wide array of specialty coffee drinks, cakes, and freshly baked pastries, some of which are exclusively available in McCafe BGC Arts Center and the McCafe located in McDonald’s Tagaytay Calamba Road only.