Max’s Restaurant, the iconic restaurant chain famous for its Sarap-to-the-Bones® Fried Chicken, is capping off its 76th anniversary this month with another great deal and high-profile limited-edition collaborations with some of the most respected and dynamic names in the creative field.
LAST ROUND OF CHICKEN BLOWOUT ON OCTOBER 29
Last October 18, Max’s actual 76th-anniversary date, its legendary Sarap-to-the-Bones® Fried Chicken was offered at P200 off its usual price for both Regular and Family Whole Fried Chicken. Numerous guests joined the celebration and shared these with family and friends.
Due to popular demand, Max’s is bringing back its Chicken Blowout this coming October 29. It serves as a good way to close the brand’s anniversary month and say thank you to fans throughout the last 76 years and the next. The P200 discount on Whole Fried Chicken will be available in all Max’s stores nationwide except Cebu, Antique, Bukidnon, and Pavia. Price starts at P299 for Regular Whole Fried Chicken. Customers can avail of this one-time deal for dine-in, take-out, and delivery
PHOTO DOCUMENTARY WITH HANNAH REYES MORALES
Award-winning photojournalist Hannah Reyes Morales is known for her work in such globally-respected publications as National Geographic Magazine, The New York Times, and The Washington Post, among others. Max’s is proud to collaborate with her as its featured photographer for a special 2022 documentary calendar that emphasizes the narrative on how the most special days are those spent with family. Her photos pay gentle, honest tribute to the unshakeable tenderness amidst adversity, celebrating small pockets of joy still present in Filipino homes throughout the ongoing worldwide pandemic. Customers can get the anniversary calendar for free when they buy any regular-priced Max's products for a minimum of P2,000 at select stores. This will be available for dine-in, take-out, and delivery starting October 31.
MAX’S x LINYA-LINYA
As a special anniversary offer, Max’s will be dropping limited edition t-shirts for its fans in collaboration with Linya-Linya, a young and dynamic apparel brand that offers Filipino-made t-shirts that capture everyday Pinoy pop culture and situational humor. These Max’s x Linya-Linya shirts combine the signature wit of the Linya-Linya brand with all-time favorite items from Max’s menu from its 76-year history, making them fun to wear to flex your love for all things Filipino.
Customers can get these for free when they buy any Max's Set Meal good for 10, for dine-in, take-out, and delivery. The shirts will be available in select stores only starting October 29.
For more information, visit the official Facebook page at @MaxsRestaurant.