The Calle Catorce Resto Bar at 14th Lacson Street in the city is now ready to serve diners of Bacolod and Negros Occidental.

Calle Catorce held its soft opening on Saturday, Sept. 16, led by its partnership owners, the Davila’s and Jison’s families, along with their families, friends and Acting Mayor Israel Salanga. The blessing was officiated by Fr. Mitchell Guadalupe.

Margarete Villacin, a designer and relative of Jison’s family, said they come up the Calle Catorce because the area is also located at 14th Lacson Street for an easy access of the customers.

“They can easily find it since it’s also along 14th Lacson Street,” she said.

She added Calle Catorce is open for everybody to have their breakfast, lunch and dinner. The customers will also enjoy the beautiful music of the band at the bar during night time.

Villacin said they are hopeful that their business will last and gain more customers to enjoy their Filipino foods especially, Ilonggo dishes it’s also a family-oriented.

Calle Catorce also offers free wifi, convenient coffee bar, and an area for a group meeting.*