Kapitan Moy

Sentrong Pangkultura ng Marikina is a two-century-old building, once owned by Don Laureano "Kapitan Moy" Guevara, recognized as the Father of Marikina's Shoe Industry. The first pair of shoes in Marikina was designed and made here in 1887. Popularly known as Kapitan Moy Building, It houses two restaurants/cafe, a function room and a ballroom. Kapitan Moy Building is located right in front of the San Roque Church, along JP Rizal St., San Roque.

5 comments:

PATR!K said...

wencel, I love your pictures and brief synopsis of each location you visit. This is true dedication; one who travels to the Metro Manila should you use your blog as a guide.

deegee said...

pasalubong naman jan pagalis mo..sige na..sayang punta sana ako g ccube kanina kaso sobrang tinamad na naman ako, as usual.. oh well, basta one of these days talaga punta ko jan maniningil ako ng libre nyo. wahhaha

mainitnasabaw said...

ayos tong blog na to lalo na sa mga taga-marikina. Proud to be a Marikeno! i added this blog in my blogroll

Nok99 said...

May masarap na kainan rin akong natikman jan sa Marikina nung galing ako ng Amerika....yung gotohan sa likod ng simbahan ng Sta, Elena..yung dati daw goto garahe nung bata pa ako.

Then I also happen to visit a restaurant near St. Paul Church in SSS Village name "Casa Felix" ...I forgot the name but it serves a delicious homemade cake and other ulams...ok yan mga lugar jan sa Marikina na mga mura.

Lalo na pag galing ka ng bike around Marikina...Mga places you could visit near the churches


Nok88

Marikeno said...

Nok99, Hindi ko alam kung saan yung gotohan na sinasabi mo pero we've featured Casa Feliz. :) Eto yung link http://marikeno.blogspot.com/2010/06/casa-feliz.html