Sainsbury's Announces Pop-Up Christmas Restaurant For Dogs
For three days only, from 13th-15th December, you can take your pooches along to the Santa Paws Dinner pop-up to enjoy a meal fit for the holiday season and will cost just £5 for owner and pet.
Even better? The ticket price includes a glass of bubbly and a Sainsbury's On The Go Christmas sandwich for you too. The dogs can't have all the fun now can they?
And if you're still not convinced, the store will donate all proceeds to Guide Dogs UK, so you are essentially treating you and your dog whilst donating to charity. It's a win-win!
You need tickets in advance of the event which, which will take place at the Hus Gallery near Regent Street, London, which you can purchase here.
Your ticket will entitle you to just a 45 minute time slot, but your doggos sound as though they will feast like they've never feasted before.
They will do so in style too, served by silver service-style waiters who will provide your furry friend with various snacks, including Sainsbury's Festive Dinner for dogs, which has options including a mixture of turkey, carrots and sage, or chicken, duck and turkey.
We worry they'll eat so well they'll never want to eat regular dog food again!
It naturally also includes dessert, in the form of the supermarket's recently launched mince pies which have been made edible for your furry friend.
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Available across the country, the mince pies are made using carob, a pet friendly alternative to chocolate that comes from the legume family.
They are topped with a turkey biscuit star for decoration and a bit of added meaty flavour for your canine friend. They look so similar to the real thing you could be forgiven for eating one by accident.
But if your pup tires of eating at the event, he or she can head over for a pup shot with a professional dog photographer who will know just how to capture your dog's best angle. They'll be a pup-fluencer in no time.
If you want to take another guest along with the pair of you, you'll just need to pay an extra £2.50 for the privilege and all three of you will have a festive feast.
And while the dog's dinner sounds a little bit more exciting than the sarnie that awaits you, don't forget you do get a prosecco included too so the price really is a bargain.
Don't sweat it if you don't have a dog but you want to enjoy being in the company of a whole host of pooches, because there will be 'I have no dog' sessions up for sale too which will take place on 14th December.
The ticket will enable you to hang out with some cool and friendly doggies so there's no need for you to miss out.
For more details on timings of each session and to buy tickets, head to Design My Night here.
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