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This Dog-Friendly Restaurant Is Now Opening For Dinner

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We love dogs. 

No really, we love dogs. 

And we know you do too. 

So you can just imagine how excited we are to inform you that Dublin’s primary dog restaurant, Pupp, is now offering dinner to the masses. 

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So, what’s the buzz?

Pupp on Clanbrassil Street, from this week, will be offering delicious home-cooked dinner each week from Wednesday to Saturday. The restaurant will be open 5.30pm-9.30pm nightly, as well as their usual opening hours for brunch.

What’s on the menu?

The menu is chock full of tasty treats including speciality burgers like barbequed pulled pork or mushroom and black bean, plus a selection of superfood salads with falafel, chicken, and more.

As well as that, they’ll have…

The Hangry Bird Burger – The mighty duo of succulent chicken breast and thick chorizo slices, topped with garlic mayo, tomato, onion and lettuce on a brioche bun. 

Holy Shmokes! Burger – A deliciously smoky sweet potato patty topped with barbeque sauce, lettuce, onion, and tomato plus a slice of Emmental cheese. Served on a soft brioche bun.

The Zen Burger – Our vegan special mushroom and black bean patty topped with lettuce, onion, tomato, alfalfa sprouts, and fresh beetroot. Served with tahini mayonnaise on a vegan bun.

Greens & Grains – A salad bursting with goodness. Quinoa, bulgur wheat, mixed leaves, roasted seasonal veg, avocado, hummus, caramelised onions, feta and pomegranate.

Beer Mac & Cheese on the side – Macaroni pasta baked in creamy cheese sauce with a cheeky dash of beer.

And to drink?

They’re kicking off with BYOB – you bring the bottle and they’ll do the rest. Soft drinks, coffees etc also available as usual.

And, what about for the furry visitors?

No need for your canine companion to miss out! Pupp’s new and improved doggy menu means that man’s best friend can enjoy a selection of treats, toys and chews to keep them occupied. Examples include a pic ‘n’ mix bag of healthy Natures Menu treats, a kong frozen with peanut butter and bacon, or an old favourite to wash it down – doggy beer!

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Keen?

Course you are. Dogs, good food and deadly coffee – why would you even consider going anywhere else?

Reservations aren’t required, but if you’d like to hold you a spot, email info@pupp.ie with your details and the powers-that-be will get back to you right away.

Now get your glad rags on and show your pups a night on the town!

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