GO DOTTY FOR THE FIRST DALMATIAN CAFE
Pawsecco, Pupuccinos and Spotty Pooches
If you’re a Dalmatian owner, dotty about spotty dogs, or simply a Disney villain looking for fresh coat inspo, London’s new Dalmatian Cafe has you covered.
On 23 July, Devonshire Terrace restaurant will be transformed into the capital's first Dalmatian Cafe, where your spotty hounds can be pampered at the world's only Pupuccino Bar and Rudi's The Doggy Barkery will be dishing out iced pupcakes, dognuts and jammy doggers.
Two-legged guests can chat to other Dalmatian owners over a pawsecco or summer cocktails and dogless lovers can experience the joy of dogs, without the poo bag worries.
The Wonderland-themed event will also feature doggy-sized furniture and props for photo opportunities - and free photographs by renowned Dog Photographer Andrew Richardson are included with each ticket.
Dog event specialists Pop + Bark are the pawsterminds behind it, following the success of their events for Golden Retrievers, Pomeranians, Cockapoos, Pugs and Corgis.
Founder, Anushka Fernando says: “The café will be a ‘safe, off-lead experience where Dallies can roam, explore, and play with others. Breed-specific events are known to be the perfect way to socialise your dog, whether they’re an excitable puppy or older pet."
Pop+Bark Dalmatian café at Devonshire Terrace, London, EC2M 4WY, on Sunday 23 July. Dalmatians go free. Dalmatian Owners £9.75 adult £6.75 children. Dogless guests £19.75 adult, £12.25 child.