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Pups & Pastries Event at Gansevoort Meatpacking
For National Dog Day on Friday, August 26th, Hotel Gansevroot in the Meatpacking District is hosting a popup puppuccino bar at European-inspired cafe, Coffee + Cocktails, offering treats from local NYC pet shop Beasty Feast alongside puppuccinos for furry friends. Reservations are from 5 PM - 8 PM but those that arrive at 4 PM, will get a chance to meet adoptable dogs from PupStarz Rescue that will be on site. A stay at the hotel includes a luxe dog bed, food and water bowls, a toy, and other fun perks. Rates starting at $535.
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Waggin’ with Walker Hotels (Greenwich Village and Tribeca)
Walker Hotels, with two properties located in iconic New York City neighborhoods, Tribeca and Greenwich Village, are the ideal destinations for experiencing the hustle and bustle of the City with four-legged family members in tow. All throughout August, those that book a stay with their pup, get special perks including an engraved dog tag and a personalized Pupcake upon arrival from Pupster Bakery. In partnership with Pet Valet, Walker Tribeca will offer discounted dog-walking and dog stretching/yoga classes. In partnership with local neighbor, Biscuits & Bath, Walker Greenwich Village will offer discounted boarding and walking services. Starting rates at $295.
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Pup Beach Picnic Package at Marram Montauk
Marram Montauk wants you to bring your furry friends to the end of the world with you. Kicking off National Dog Day August 26th through the end of November, Montauk’s newest boutique hotel is launching a special beach picnic package with treats for both dog and owner. The talented team behind the South American café, Mostrador, helmed by Argentinian chef Fernando Trocca will be serving up eats for humans and pups alike. Package will include a Mostrador lunch for two, including homemade pastries and a pitcher of lemonade as well as locally made gourmet dog treats. Rate is an add on fee of $380.
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Puppy Brunch at HOWM Cocina + Cocktails
Running every Sunday through National Dog Day on August 26th, is HOWM Cocina ’s Puppy Brunch. Dishes include: Avo Toast, Pan Dulce French Toast and Churro bites for people and for pets, Doggy Meatballs and a Puppy Frosty. Guests can also expect activities and products from some of NYC’s favorite pet brands. From Pet Valet, experience the brand new pet assistant app servicing dogs across NYC with your pups wellness top of mind. The team will be on site offering $5 walks for pups at brunch. 22% of the proceeds from each brunch will be donated to Animal Haven NYC so that even more deserving pups can find their forever homes. Pre-fix menu starts at $40.
Loulou Bring a Four-Legged Friend
Loulou, (176 8th Avenue) the stunning French Bistro and Speakeasy in Chelsea, which gets its name after owner Mathias Van Leyden’s adorable rescue dog, is the perfect place to celebrate the holiday. On Friday, 8/26 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 as well as an array of amazing craft cocktails and signature French dishes. Loulou is open for brunch on weekends and lunch and dinner all week long, making it a great place to bring your furry friends.
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Ten Hope for Cocktails and a Dog Treat
Ten Hope (10 Hope Street) in Williamsburg is an outdoor dining destination you don’t 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 8/26 anytime after 5pm for a special dog treat and a summer meal al fresco!
Fornino to Offer Pizza Flavored Dog Biscuits
For a quintessential NYC experience, grab a pizza at Fornino’s seasonal summer spot at Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park. On Friday, 8/26 Fornino will be giving out complimentary pizza flavored dog biscuits to all the pups in town! This Brooklyn institution has been serving up wood-fired pizza for almost two decades and is the perfect place to chow down on some za’, catch the sunset, while taking advantage of the Brooklyn Bridge dog park, which stays open until 11pm daily.