Fast-forward to 2015, Max’s marks its 70th year, staying true to their "sarap to the bones” promise that makes every dining experience worth while!
In celebration of its anniversary, Max’s brought its family, friends and loyal customers back to the place where it all began, the original branch at Scout Tuazon. It was a grand and joyful birthday celebration, through which Max’s sought to show their appreciation for the years of support customers gave to The House That Fried Chicken Built.
Guests were invited to take a walk down memory lane in a nostalgic outdoor display at Ruby Hall’s courtyard featuring historic photos of five original founders, black and white photos of the original branch when it had just opened, and even a photo of the old Greenbelt branch in Makati. Guests admired the display and gleefully exchanged stories of days past, while being serenaded by a quartet playing songs that conjured some of their fondest memories.
Everyone’s also welcomed into the hall by a screen showing Max’s heartwaming TV commercials, and by a mini museum hosting various memorabilia through the years. Vintage uniforms, yellowing employee IDs, and even antique menus from previous decades proudly showcased Max’s apparent staying power in the food industry, having not only survived, but grown through numerous years of changes. The night was a joyful celebration of precisely that; Max’s 70 year success story as every Filipino’s place of comfort.
Cheers to more beautiful moments at Max’s Restaurant!