Sainsbury’s has announced it is opening a three-day pop-up for pooches that will serve up delicious dog-friendly Christmas dinners from 13th to 15th December.
Visiting dogs will dine on a ‘silver service’ style feast, complete with doting waiters, at the pop-up restaurant just off glittering Regent’s Street, London. On the menu will be tail wagging-worthy treats, including by Sainsbury’s Festive Dinner for Dogs. Flavour options include a lip-smacking mixture of turkey, carrots and sage, or chicken, duck and turkey.
No Christmas feast is complete without dessert. Pooches will be also served by Sainsbury’s Mince Pies for Dogs, a delicious combination of cereals, yoghurt and dried fruit.
For those looking to ‘get pupped’, a professional doggy photographer will be on hand to help guests get that seasonal social media snap – with matching Christmas jumpers for owners and their dogs, it’ll make the perfect festive pawtrait!
It’s not just our furry friends that will be able to tuck into a mouth-watering meal. Their owners will also be served Sainsbury’s new delicious Christmas sandwiches, alongside a glass of fizz, so they can dine alongside their dog.
Don’t have a dog to bring along? No need to worry. Sainsbury’s will be hosting three sessions on the evening of Saturday 14th, where friendly dogs will be ready to welcome guests to join them for their Christmas dinner.
People wishing to attend the event can now book a slot online for their four-legged friends to dine in style at the pop-up via this link.
For one owner and their dog, a ticket to the pop-up will cost just £5, with two owners and one dog costing £7.50. This includes entry to the pop-up for the 45-minute session, food for the dogs, a Christmas sandwich and a glass of fizz for the owners.
Tickets to attend the sessions without your own dog will cost £5 per person.
Sainsbury’s will be donating all proceeds from the pop-up to charity partner, Guide Dogs, as part of the supermarket’s drive to ‘Help Brighten a Million Christmases’ this year.
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