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London Restaurant Creates Three-Course Brunch for Dogs

London Restaurant Creates Three-Course Brunch for Dogs

Fancy dogs will get to try a three-course brunch tasting menu in London

London restaurant Bluebird has created an extremely fancy three-course brunch menu for the very poshest of dogs.

Dogs like eating more than just about anything in the world, but they are not exactly the most discriminating of gourmands. Most dogs will happily eat anything they find under the sofa and consider dust bunnies to be an acceptable garnish, but one London restaurant has decided to give them something better anyway and has actually created a high-end, three-course brunch tasting menu for dogs.

According to Metro, the London restaurant Bluebird recently announced a “Bites and Bones Pop-Up,” where from April 27 to May 1 they will invite customers to bring their dogs along to brunch.

The brunch will be served in the restaurant’s courtyard, and the dogs will start the meal with dog-friendly beer the restaurant is calling “Pooch Hooch,” a first course of venison sausage and beefy brown rice with beef broth reduction, and then a chicken and lamb “barkenberg” loaf. For dessert the dogs will have a peanut butter and sweet potato macaron filled with gelato, if their owners don’t wind up stealing them all for themselves.


This Pub's Dogs-Only Menu Even Includes Beer

Does eating kibble 365 days a year get old? One Scotland restaurant has come to rescue dogs from culinary mundanity: At Glasgow pub the Winged Ox, chef Steve Martin has launched a menu exclusively for customers' dogs, STV reports .

The menu includes a lamb burger with rice, poached fish with scrambled eggs, and, for the most finicky of pups, a cut-up hot dog minus the bun. Martin says they serve around 15 to 20 dog meals a day on average.

The pub was already dog-friendly, giving out bowls of water and treats to patrons who showed up with their four-legged friends, but the chef wanted to take things a step further: "I heard someone say they wanted to stay for a meal and a pint, but had to go home because they needed to feed the dog," he tells STV. The pub even serves dog "beer," though it contains no alcohol (it's actually made with beef or chicken stock).

The Winged Ox certainly isn't the first establsihment to bend over backwards for its four-legged customers: London recently hosted a three-course brunch pop-up for dogs , and Berlin has a gourmet deli catering exclusively to pets .

Not a dog person? There's now also feline-friendly (non-alcoholic) wine, because after a long, hard day of napping and licking themselves, sometimes a cat just needs to unwind.


This Pub's Dogs-Only Menu Even Includes Beer

Does eating kibble 365 days a year get old? One Scotland restaurant has come to rescue dogs from culinary mundanity: At Glasgow pub the Winged Ox, chef Steve Martin has launched a menu exclusively for customers' dogs, STV reports .

The menu includes a lamb burger with rice, poached fish with scrambled eggs, and, for the most finicky of pups, a cut-up hot dog minus the bun. Martin says they serve around 15 to 20 dog meals a day on average.

The pub was already dog-friendly, giving out bowls of water and treats to patrons who showed up with their four-legged friends, but the chef wanted to take things a step further: "I heard someone say they wanted to stay for a meal and a pint, but had to go home because they needed to feed the dog," he tells STV. The pub even serves dog "beer," though it contains no alcohol (it's actually made with beef or chicken stock).

The Winged Ox certainly isn't the first establsihment to bend over backwards for its four-legged customers: London recently hosted a three-course brunch pop-up for dogs , and Berlin has a gourmet deli catering exclusively to pets .

Not a dog person? There's now also feline-friendly (non-alcoholic) wine, because after a long, hard day of napping and licking themselves, sometimes a cat just needs to unwind.


This Pub's Dogs-Only Menu Even Includes Beer

Does eating kibble 365 days a year get old? One Scotland restaurant has come to rescue dogs from culinary mundanity: At Glasgow pub the Winged Ox, chef Steve Martin has launched a menu exclusively for customers' dogs, STV reports .

The menu includes a lamb burger with rice, poached fish with scrambled eggs, and, for the most finicky of pups, a cut-up hot dog minus the bun. Martin says they serve around 15 to 20 dog meals a day on average.

The pub was already dog-friendly, giving out bowls of water and treats to patrons who showed up with their four-legged friends, but the chef wanted to take things a step further: "I heard someone say they wanted to stay for a meal and a pint, but had to go home because they needed to feed the dog," he tells STV. The pub even serves dog "beer," though it contains no alcohol (it's actually made with beef or chicken stock).

The Winged Ox certainly isn't the first establsihment to bend over backwards for its four-legged customers: London recently hosted a three-course brunch pop-up for dogs , and Berlin has a gourmet deli catering exclusively to pets .

Not a dog person? There's now also feline-friendly (non-alcoholic) wine, because after a long, hard day of napping and licking themselves, sometimes a cat just needs to unwind.


This Pub's Dogs-Only Menu Even Includes Beer

Does eating kibble 365 days a year get old? One Scotland restaurant has come to rescue dogs from culinary mundanity: At Glasgow pub the Winged Ox, chef Steve Martin has launched a menu exclusively for customers' dogs, STV reports .

The menu includes a lamb burger with rice, poached fish with scrambled eggs, and, for the most finicky of pups, a cut-up hot dog minus the bun. Martin says they serve around 15 to 20 dog meals a day on average.

The pub was already dog-friendly, giving out bowls of water and treats to patrons who showed up with their four-legged friends, but the chef wanted to take things a step further: "I heard someone say they wanted to stay for a meal and a pint, but had to go home because they needed to feed the dog," he tells STV. The pub even serves dog "beer," though it contains no alcohol (it's actually made with beef or chicken stock).

The Winged Ox certainly isn't the first establsihment to bend over backwards for its four-legged customers: London recently hosted a three-course brunch pop-up for dogs , and Berlin has a gourmet deli catering exclusively to pets .

Not a dog person? There's now also feline-friendly (non-alcoholic) wine, because after a long, hard day of napping and licking themselves, sometimes a cat just needs to unwind.


This Pub's Dogs-Only Menu Even Includes Beer

Does eating kibble 365 days a year get old? One Scotland restaurant has come to rescue dogs from culinary mundanity: At Glasgow pub the Winged Ox, chef Steve Martin has launched a menu exclusively for customers' dogs, STV reports .

The menu includes a lamb burger with rice, poached fish with scrambled eggs, and, for the most finicky of pups, a cut-up hot dog minus the bun. Martin says they serve around 15 to 20 dog meals a day on average.

The pub was already dog-friendly, giving out bowls of water and treats to patrons who showed up with their four-legged friends, but the chef wanted to take things a step further: "I heard someone say they wanted to stay for a meal and a pint, but had to go home because they needed to feed the dog," he tells STV. The pub even serves dog "beer," though it contains no alcohol (it's actually made with beef or chicken stock).

The Winged Ox certainly isn't the first establsihment to bend over backwards for its four-legged customers: London recently hosted a three-course brunch pop-up for dogs , and Berlin has a gourmet deli catering exclusively to pets .

Not a dog person? There's now also feline-friendly (non-alcoholic) wine, because after a long, hard day of napping and licking themselves, sometimes a cat just needs to unwind.


This Pub's Dogs-Only Menu Even Includes Beer

Does eating kibble 365 days a year get old? One Scotland restaurant has come to rescue dogs from culinary mundanity: At Glasgow pub the Winged Ox, chef Steve Martin has launched a menu exclusively for customers' dogs, STV reports .

The menu includes a lamb burger with rice, poached fish with scrambled eggs, and, for the most finicky of pups, a cut-up hot dog minus the bun. Martin says they serve around 15 to 20 dog meals a day on average.

The pub was already dog-friendly, giving out bowls of water and treats to patrons who showed up with their four-legged friends, but the chef wanted to take things a step further: "I heard someone say they wanted to stay for a meal and a pint, but had to go home because they needed to feed the dog," he tells STV. The pub even serves dog "beer," though it contains no alcohol (it's actually made with beef or chicken stock).

The Winged Ox certainly isn't the first establsihment to bend over backwards for its four-legged customers: London recently hosted a three-course brunch pop-up for dogs , and Berlin has a gourmet deli catering exclusively to pets .

Not a dog person? There's now also feline-friendly (non-alcoholic) wine, because after a long, hard day of napping and licking themselves, sometimes a cat just needs to unwind.


This Pub's Dogs-Only Menu Even Includes Beer

Does eating kibble 365 days a year get old? One Scotland restaurant has come to rescue dogs from culinary mundanity: At Glasgow pub the Winged Ox, chef Steve Martin has launched a menu exclusively for customers' dogs, STV reports .

The menu includes a lamb burger with rice, poached fish with scrambled eggs, and, for the most finicky of pups, a cut-up hot dog minus the bun. Martin says they serve around 15 to 20 dog meals a day on average.

The pub was already dog-friendly, giving out bowls of water and treats to patrons who showed up with their four-legged friends, but the chef wanted to take things a step further: "I heard someone say they wanted to stay for a meal and a pint, but had to go home because they needed to feed the dog," he tells STV. The pub even serves dog "beer," though it contains no alcohol (it's actually made with beef or chicken stock).

The Winged Ox certainly isn't the first establsihment to bend over backwards for its four-legged customers: London recently hosted a three-course brunch pop-up for dogs , and Berlin has a gourmet deli catering exclusively to pets .

Not a dog person? There's now also feline-friendly (non-alcoholic) wine, because after a long, hard day of napping and licking themselves, sometimes a cat just needs to unwind.


This Pub's Dogs-Only Menu Even Includes Beer

Does eating kibble 365 days a year get old? One Scotland restaurant has come to rescue dogs from culinary mundanity: At Glasgow pub the Winged Ox, chef Steve Martin has launched a menu exclusively for customers' dogs, STV reports .

The menu includes a lamb burger with rice, poached fish with scrambled eggs, and, for the most finicky of pups, a cut-up hot dog minus the bun. Martin says they serve around 15 to 20 dog meals a day on average.

The pub was already dog-friendly, giving out bowls of water and treats to patrons who showed up with their four-legged friends, but the chef wanted to take things a step further: "I heard someone say they wanted to stay for a meal and a pint, but had to go home because they needed to feed the dog," he tells STV. The pub even serves dog "beer," though it contains no alcohol (it's actually made with beef or chicken stock).

The Winged Ox certainly isn't the first establsihment to bend over backwards for its four-legged customers: London recently hosted a three-course brunch pop-up for dogs , and Berlin has a gourmet deli catering exclusively to pets .

Not a dog person? There's now also feline-friendly (non-alcoholic) wine, because after a long, hard day of napping and licking themselves, sometimes a cat just needs to unwind.


This Pub's Dogs-Only Menu Even Includes Beer

Does eating kibble 365 days a year get old? One Scotland restaurant has come to rescue dogs from culinary mundanity: At Glasgow pub the Winged Ox, chef Steve Martin has launched a menu exclusively for customers' dogs, STV reports .

The menu includes a lamb burger with rice, poached fish with scrambled eggs, and, for the most finicky of pups, a cut-up hot dog minus the bun. Martin says they serve around 15 to 20 dog meals a day on average.

The pub was already dog-friendly, giving out bowls of water and treats to patrons who showed up with their four-legged friends, but the chef wanted to take things a step further: "I heard someone say they wanted to stay for a meal and a pint, but had to go home because they needed to feed the dog," he tells STV. The pub even serves dog "beer," though it contains no alcohol (it's actually made with beef or chicken stock).

The Winged Ox certainly isn't the first establsihment to bend over backwards for its four-legged customers: London recently hosted a three-course brunch pop-up for dogs , and Berlin has a gourmet deli catering exclusively to pets .

Not a dog person? There's now also feline-friendly (non-alcoholic) wine, because after a long, hard day of napping and licking themselves, sometimes a cat just needs to unwind.


This Pub's Dogs-Only Menu Even Includes Beer

Does eating kibble 365 days a year get old? One Scotland restaurant has come to rescue dogs from culinary mundanity: At Glasgow pub the Winged Ox, chef Steve Martin has launched a menu exclusively for customers' dogs, STV reports .

The menu includes a lamb burger with rice, poached fish with scrambled eggs, and, for the most finicky of pups, a cut-up hot dog minus the bun. Martin says they serve around 15 to 20 dog meals a day on average.

The pub was already dog-friendly, giving out bowls of water and treats to patrons who showed up with their four-legged friends, but the chef wanted to take things a step further: "I heard someone say they wanted to stay for a meal and a pint, but had to go home because they needed to feed the dog," he tells STV. The pub even serves dog "beer," though it contains no alcohol (it's actually made with beef or chicken stock).

The Winged Ox certainly isn't the first establsihment to bend over backwards for its four-legged customers: London recently hosted a three-course brunch pop-up for dogs , and Berlin has a gourmet deli catering exclusively to pets .

Not a dog person? There's now also feline-friendly (non-alcoholic) wine, because after a long, hard day of napping and licking themselves, sometimes a cat just needs to unwind.