London is home to historical landmarks such as Big Ben and Westminster Abbey, and soon the bustling city will also have its very own French Bulldog pop-up café!
The eatery is being organized by a group called Pug Café, which regularly launches cute pop-up restaurants in the U.K. inspired by particularly adorable dogs. This time, the team will be taking over The Happenstance – a bar not far from St.Paul’s Cathedral – and transforming it into an oasis for French Bulldog pups and their owners.
The unique locale, which is expected to open on Sunday, September 9, for one day only, is meant to be a place where Frenchie owners can bring their dogs to play and bond with other pups. Frenchie aficionados can also attend if they’d like to watch the fun and dole out tasty treats.
Though the pug cafés usually serve snacks such as puguccinos and pug cakes, the Frenchie-themed restaurant is expected to keep things a bit more neutral and have dog-friendly items such as wuffins and bark-scotti on hand.
In fact, Bustle reports that Frenchie owners will receive a pupuccino and a bag of pupcorn to feed their accompanying dogs when they stop by the café, while Frenchie lovers will be given a bag of doggy treats to make friends with the four-legged cuties.
However, all visitors to the café must get tickets prior to the event. With a ticket, café-goers will then be given a 70-minute time slot to visit the eatery. Tickets are available for £15 (roughly $19), but if you plan to bring your own Frenchie, the price goes down to £10.
While the café is clearly tailor-made for Frenchies, their owners will also have the opportunity to snack on pastries and beverages as well.
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