RACKS Debuts New Look

RACKS Debuts New Look

RACKS opens two new stores in Quezon City and Alabang with a brand new look to boost the brands roots.

A lot of people don’t know this, but RACKS stands for Real American Country Kitchen Style. “We serve classic southern country dishes and we want that reflected on our restaurants’ design. In essence, what we want to do is to create a warm, homey atmosphere where people can sit back, relax and have fun while enjoying great comfort food with their significant other, family or friends.” says Chukri Prieto, RACKS’ Managing Director.

RACKS new look
RACKS’ new look is inspired by southern country American life. Warm tones accentuated by dark wooden panels dominate its new stores’ interiors. Stone bricks were also used as pillars and covering for the indoor grills to give them a more rustic feel. Framed pictures of America’s countryside hang on each wall giving everyone a glimpse of the kind of lifestyle the establishment draws inspiration from.

RACKS new interiors

Photo from NognogIntheCity

Racks new look

Image grabbed from The Peach Kitchen

Racks Timog and Alabang New Look

These new interiors of the RACKS’ stores can now be seen at the two newly opened branches, its 15th and 16th branches located along Timog Avenue and Evia Lifestyle Center in Alabang. I can say the new look are cozier and more inviting to dine at and enjoy that famous flame-grilled, fall-off-the-bone baby ribs!  Mmmmm their ribs is indeed the best ribs in town!  This pic doesn’t do justice to how taste, juicy, soft flavorful this rib is yes the meat falls off the bone!

Racks Baby Back Ribs
While RACKS ribs are good to eat by itself, it taste so much better with these two on the side! Racks Original Barbeque Sauce Regular and Extra Hot

Racks Original Barbeque Sauce
The sauce also goes well with the Beef Ribs! MMMmmmmm!
RACKS Beef Ribs

Gawd writing this post is making me hungry, I should find the nearest RACKS in my area!

RACKS is also in El Pueblo, Festival Supermall, Green- hills, Paseo de Magallanes, Paseo de Santa Rosa. Robinson’s Manila, SM Fairview, SM Mall of Asia. SM Megamall, SM North, SM Pampanga, SM Southmall. The Fort Strip, and Trinoma.

For more information, log on to www.racks.ph. or follow @RACKSPHL on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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