This $75 fine-dining restaurant is dog-friendly | Inna Dinkins

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We want the best for our dogs, but sometimes a Frisbee park just isn’t enough.

While most establishments don’t allow dogs, one restaurant in San Francisco fills the void. Creation of a three-course tasting menu, exclusively for dogs.

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San Francisco, CA is known to be a dog friendly city. In fact, it was ranked in the Top 10 in America by Smartasset.com. Pet friendly accommodations are therefore not uncommon there, but finding an upscale restaurant, especially for dogs, is one of a kind.

Dogue SF serves real ingredients (designed for human consumption) – no fillers or preservatives here, packed with nutrient-dense ingredients. All while thinking about the health of your pet.

On Sundays, Dogue hosts a “Bone appetiteand charges $75 for a beautifully prepared three-course meal.

Rahmi Massarweh, who is a qualified chef and runs the restaurant, spoke to the San Francisco Chronicle.

“Eating fresh food is the whole point whether we dress it and garnish it or not,” he told the San Francisco Chronicle. “For me and my wife, there’s nothing we wouldn’t do for our family, for our dogs. They give us so much. The best I can do is make them a meal that looks good.

The establishment also offers tailor-made meal plans specially created with your pet’s unique needs in mind. They tailor meals based on your dog’s age, weight, and activity level, as well as any allergies or preferences.

Just want to stop in for a little treat? The Patisserie is open with healthy homemade dog treats.

So whether you’re in the San Francisco area or visiting your pet, stop by for this once-in-a-lifetime experience of canine delight.

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