Is there any better way to spend your Saturday morning than taking your dog for a walk, then heading to brunch? I wouldn’t know, as my lifelong dream of owning a pooch is still yet to be fulfilled — but I can imagine it’s pretty damn great. The only downside, dog owners tell me, is that you feel a little guilty that you’re noshing on breakfast while your walkies partner goes empty-pawed.
But thanks to Storehouse on the Park, a cafe in Rushcutters Bay in Sydney, Australia, you no longer have to ignore your hound’s puppy dog eyes. They’ve just launched a ‘dogustation’ menu, so you can treat your four-legged pal to a well-deserved brunch. The menu includes delicious doggie treats like puppycinos, watermelon chews, sesame wafers, and pawtein balls.
The new, dog-friendly initiative is a collaboration between Storehouse on the Park and Urban Herd, a local animal business that specialises in taking care of pets that live in cities. The menu was specifically formulated for sensitive pup bellies by pet nutritionist Anna Felton.
Urban Herd have joined forces with Storehouse on the Park to create a unique range of super healthy treats that contain only organic human grade ingredients with no preservatives, flavours, fillers or colours
-Pet nutritionist Anna Felton
The restaurant itself is part of the Vibe Hotel and features a pet-friendly outdoors terrace overlooking the stunning Rushcutters Bay Park. It’s open for breakfast until late, so you and your prized pooch can dine at any time of day. You can learn more about Vibe Hotels and the Storehouse on the Park