By Melissa Locker
April 19, 2016

Cats and hedgehogs may have their own cafés, but dogs are getting a three-course gourmet tasting menu.

Bluebird, a restaurant in London’s Chelsea neighborhood, has teamed up with Pet Pavilion to host a pop-up brunch for pooches. The beasty feast, which has been given the appropriately twee name of “Bites and Bones”, is offering pups a chance to dine on a ‘Michelin-star’ menu with nary a Milk-Bone in sight.

The pampered puppies will dine on an appetizer of venison sausage and beefy brown rice in a beef broth, followed by an entree of chicken and lamb loaf, all topped off with a dessert of sweet potato and peanut butter macaroons with a gelato filling.

Brunch aficionados know that the meal wouldn’t be complete without a bit of booze, so Bites and Bones is serving up a dog-friendly “beer” called “pooch hooch” to help wash down the feast. After a few pints of “beer”, the pups can hit the doggy disco or take part in a grooming workshop.

The pop-up brunch for pampered pooches runs from April 27 to May 1, according to the restaurant’s website.

[H/T Thrillist]

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