Gerry's Gears up for 20th Anniversary this February 2017

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For 20 years, Gerry's Grill now Gerry's has been one of the famous and most loved bar-grill restaurant in the country. I love dining at Gerry's simply because they offer almost all of my favorite Filipino dishes and no matter what time of the day and wherever I go, they simply serve timeless classics of my favorite dishes, served hot and delicious for me and my family or friends which is why Gerry's will always be our top choice.

Gerry's gears up for their 20th Anniversary next year which is why they held a mini-mediacon to announce some of their plans for 2017. 


Moving towards its 20th year Gerry’s, which currently has a 80-branch network in the country, is set to open five branches during the first quarter of 2017 - SM San Pablo, SM Iloilo, Festival Mall in Alabang, Muntinlupa City, Bacolod City, and Mactan, Cebu.

By end of 2016, Gerry’s will have 82 local branches with the opening of Robinson’s Place in Calasiao, Pangasinan; Matalino Street in Quezon City and Southpark in Alabang, Muntinlupa City soon.

(Now that’s a lot of branches for Korean sensation Sandara Park to visit! 
 Sandara has become a staple at Gerry’s, which is thankful for her generosity in posting photos of her visits to their branches on her Instagram account.)

Overseas Gerry’s has two branches each in Singapore, Qatar and the U.S.
 It is set to open in Hawaii early next year. 

Customers who grew up munching on Gerry’s bestsellers now enjoy going to the restaurant with their children and their children’s friends.

A Look back at Gerry's

Over the years Gerry’s, which originated in Tomas Morato in Quezon City, has developed a wide variety of menu items care of its resident chefs who whip up magic in the kitchen. 

Recently, Gerry’s held a cook-off among their chefs whose winning entries became part of the restaurant’s current menu lineup. Check out the newest addition to the menu soon:

 Chicharon Liempo
 Crunchy Camote Chips
 Kalderetang Kambing
 Salt & Pepper Squid
Seafood Tinomok 
 Spanish Style Bangus
Special Pancit Canton 
 Sweet Potato Ala Mode
 Sweet Suman
 Tinapa Lumpia
Turon con Yema

Food items go thru a series of checks to ensure that they are served hot and fresh to guests. To maintain consistency, Gerry’s has a team of quality assurance officers who visit all the branches regularly.

Gerry’s hard work has paid off with numerous recognitions for its excellent dishes, among them: Spot.ph - Best BangusSisig Award for 2012, The Choice - People's Favorite Restaurant for Office Party Award for 2015 and People's Favorite Sisig Award for 2015 & 2016.

Gerry’s has embraced a more casual, family-oriented ‘feel’ compared to its former ‘tambayan’ vibe.  

 Gerry's Aseana

From 80’s music, more hip and current hits not only from pop artists but also You Tube stars could be seen and heard from flat screen TVs and audio system, which decked its walls. 

Back then Gerry’s was only open at nighttime to accommodate drinkers. With its growing popularity, it eventually acceded to requests from guests to extend its operations to early lunch to enjoy their favorite dishes.

Gerry's Give Back
For years now, Gerry’s has been a staunch supporter of athletes.

Among those they have provided support were UST Growling Tigers, UP Fighting Maroons, Perpetual Help College and Arellano University in NCAA. Currently, Gerry’s provides NCAA 91 Women’s Volleyball Champion the College of Saint Benilde Lady Blazers meals support under the strict supervision of a nutritionist. 

Gerry’s is also a benefactor of The Philippine Volcanoes. 

So, there's a lot in store for all of us come 2017 from Gerry's! This Holiday Season, Gerry's is the perfect place to be for dine in and take out or for big groups and parties. You can have it cater for your parties as well.

Bring Filipino favorites to your Christmas parties and reunions! Order Gerry's Cater to Go items and enjoy each party as you bond with your family & friends. Call 332-1111 for more inquiries. You'd still rather be at Gerry's!

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