If you live in or near San Francisco and have a puppy, you might want to head over to this new spot that just opened!
Dogue, which recently opened in the Mission District area last month, is the perfect restaurant for a man’s best friend. For just $75 per dog, your pup can enjoy a multi-course “Bone Appetite” that includes dishes like his chicken skin waffles and filet mignon steak with quail eggs his tartare. I can. They’re about to be cloud nine with this treat! And it comes with mimosas and baked goods for puppy owners! Cute 🥺♥
Owner Rahmi Massarweh, a dog owner and trained chef, quit her stressful job at a fine dining restaurant to create this fine dining puppy restaurant. Now Massarweh has received some negative comments about the price of the “Bone Appetite” meal, but he said he has also received praise and support from customers who love the option of pampering their puppies. rice field.
“I wanted to congratulate him. I think he does too, now.
According to KTLA 5, Massarweh spends hours preparing food and serving, and says the ingredients he uses aren’t cheap. His goal for his Dogue is to “raise awareness about feeding dogs fresh, healthy, natural ingredients” that are easier on their stomachs than store-bought mass-produced dog food.