Arcovia City launches Monza Barcade, the first F1-themed social entertainment experience concept in the Philippines

Monza Barcade is open starting June 28!

Arcovia City launches Monza Barcade, the first Formula 1-themed social entertainment experience concept in the Philippines, on June 28. Monza Barcade promises to redefine entertainment and dining with its unique blend of high-octane racing simulations and an eclectic fusion menu.

Monza Barcade boasts 16 linked top-of-the-line racing simulation rigs, offering an unparalleled immersive experience for racing enthusiasts. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a curious beginner, the state-of-the-art rigs provide a thrilling and realistic racing adventure.

To complement the racing simulation experience, Monza Barcade offers creatively crafted dishes and drinks that enhance the overall vibe. Don’t miss their appetizing Salmon Aburi Arancini and Melon Prosciutto Yakitori. For groups coming in, try the Monza Paddock Club Sandwich which is Monza’s take on the classic club sandwich made with fresh and tasty ingredients. They also have steaks, pizzas, coffee selection, and an assortment of cocktails and booze.

“We are excited to bring Monza Barcade to Arcovia City. Our goal is to create a one-of-a-kind destination where guests can enjoy the thrill of racing in a social and engaging environment while savoring exceptional food and drinks,” shared by Argee Bongco, Monza Barcade General Manager.

Monza Barcade is set to become the ultimate destination for social gatherings, corporate events, and casual hangouts. Its combination of cutting-edge racing simulations and innovative cuisine is sure to captivate visitors of all ages.

The barcade is open from Monday to Thursday, 11am to 12am; and from Friday to Sunday, 10am to 1am.

Arcovia City is the premier mixed-use property of Megaworld Lifestyle Malls in Pasig City. It offers a blend of residential, commercial, lifestyle, and entertainment spaces. It aims to provide unique and engaging experiences for its community and visitors through its open outdoor spaces. The township was also recognized earlier this year by the Philippine government as a Special Ec