This article is for you if you are a dog mommy or daddy. On Friday, August 26th, it is National Dog Day. And today, I am sharing three fabulous pup-friendly restaurants to Celebrate National Dog Day in New York City [NYC] with your favorite four-legged friend.
Here are three Fabulous Restaurants to Celebrate National Dog Day in NYC.
For a quintessential NYC experience, grab an artisanal Neopolitan pizza at Fornino’s seasonal summer location at Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park. In addition, on Friday, August 26th, Fornino will give out complimentary pizza-flavored dog biscuits to all the pups in town while supplies last.
This Brooklyn institution has been serving up wood-fired pizza for almost two decades. And it is the perfect place to chow down on some za’ and catch the sunset. At the same time, take advantage of the Brooklyn Bridge Dog Park, which stays open until 11 PM daily.
Brooklyn Bridge Park
Ten Hope is in Williamsburg is an outdoor dining destination you do not want to miss. This dog-friendly (leash permitted) oasis offers a vine-laced open-air patio with ample seating, making Ten Hope a great spot to enjoy the summer weather, seasonal cocktails, and Mediterranean-inspired New American dishes.
Be sure to stop by with your pup on Friday, August 26th, anytime after 5 PM for a special dog treat and a summer meal al fresco.
10 Hope Street – Williamsburg
Loulou the stunning French Bistro and Speakeasy in Chelsea. The restaurant got its name after owner Mathias Van Leyden’s adorable rescue dog. It is the perfect place to celebrate the holiday. On Friday, August 26th, Loulou will be giving out free mini hot dog treats for all dogs served on nothing less than the finest dog dishes.
Loulou has one of the most stunning outdoor seating options in town. And they offer a fabulous array of fantastic craft cocktails and signature French dishes. In addition, the restaurant is open for brunch on weekends and lunch and dinner all week long, making it a great place to bring your furry friends.
176 8th Avenue – Chelsea
Are you a dog mom or dad? How will you Celebrate National Dog Day in NYC?