Oct 5, 2022 - News

San Francisco gets a new cafe for dogs

dog lounge area

Dog lounge at Dogue. Photo: David Trapani; Courtesy: Dogue

We love our four-legged friends here in San Francisco, so it seems only right that we have a place to properly pamper our precious pooches.

What's happening: Dogue, a fresh, raw food brand and cafe for dogs, opened last week on Valencia in the Mission, the SF Chronicle reports.

Details: Dogue offers three services: custom meal plans, a "pawtisserie" with fresh pastries and the "Bone AppƩtit Cafe," a Sundays-only, three-course tasting experience for $75.

  • Dishes are made with ingredients like wild antelope, duck, tripe and more.

What they're saying: "My approach is to treat this as if it were a human restaurant," Dogue founder Rahmi Massarweh told the Chronicle.

The big picture: Dogs outnumber children in the city, at least as of 2018.

avatar

Get more local stories in your inbox with Axios San Francisco.

šŸŒ±

Support local journalism by becoming a member.

Learn more

More San Francisco stories

No stories could be found

San Franciscopostcard

Get a free daily digest of the most important news in your backyard with Axios San Francisco.

šŸŒ±

Support local journalism by becoming a member.

Learn more