A food hub with all Max’s Group’s restaurant brands open in Cubao
Leading casual dining powerhouse Max’s Group Inc. (MGI) has recently opened its latest multi-brand site in Cubao, Quezon City.
The Main Avenue site houses the uniquely diverse array of MGI’s portfolio of beloved brands under one roof, including Max’s Restaurant, Yellow Cab, Pancake House, Krispy Kreme, Jamba Juice, and Teriyaki Boy.
Here, diners can enjoy such topnotch facilities as cozy, thoughtfully-designed store architecture—all the way down to clean, comfortable restrooms.
Aside from flexibility in providing diverse options within the Group’s portfolio, the multi-brand hub also advocates for operating efficiency through its one shared back kitchen—a first for its multi-brand sites.
It also sets a benchmark in adapting environment-friendly technologies in the current casual dining landscape.
With a total area size of 1,445 square meters and maximum seating capacity of 281, the Main Avenue site was mindfully designed and engineered to save energy and mitigate flood, especially considering the Philippines’ vulnerability to such natural disasters as typhoons.
Solar panels spread throughout the compound’s roofs will contribute to the overall reduction of carbon footprint, partnered with high-efficiency LED lighting.
Flood mitigation technologies such as permeable pavements, a rainwater harvesting system, and low-flow plumbing features are also installed in the newest hub. These features help the hub effectively utilize water as it reuses stormwater runoff.
Additionally, waste management components such as a sewage treatment plant for high performance cleaning with low operating costs, and an MRF (Materials Recovery Facility) for recycling waste are also part of the hub’s operations.