Your dog heard the good news that summer is canceled and now includes him. One furbulous way to celebrate: hop in the car and grab something tasty for both of you from your fave pro-pup restaurant. These places have welcomed your pup for years and now’s the time to return the ruv. Curbside to coupons, here’s what’s wagging:
Barbette’s French cuisine can be fetched curbside or delivered via DoorDash.
Craft and Crew restaurants – Pub 819, Stanley’s Northeast Bar Room, The Block, and The Howe – have their menus available for curbside and FREE delivery via Bite Squad, including their famous Dog Menu. You can also score a free kids menu item with purchase of an entree on Sundays, and for every person who purchases a $100 gift card on their website, they’ll give $20 to the community. It’ll even hook you up with a Yum Yum Bowl DIY kit, with everything you need to make Stanley’s gluten-free Yum Yum Bowl: marinated steak, kimchee, sunny side up egg, coconut rice, scallion, and yum yum sauce.
Edina Grill has re-opened for takeout noms.
The Freehouse is serving pup crowlers, growlers, wine, and cocktail mixes, along with a limited menu and meals fur four. It’s all available for pickup from 4-8 p.m. Wednesdays-Sundays or you can get it delivered via Bite Squad or GrubHub.
French Meadow Bakery & Cafe is on the curbside and Bite Squad delivery wagon, and also offering a free $20 gift card for every $100 in gift cards purchased.
Groveland Tap is offering some of its most popular menu items for takeout.
Highland Grill has kicked off curbside and to-go service.
Longfellow Grill is offering its best for contactless pickup, walk-up, or delivery via Bite Squad, DoorDash, or GrubHub.
Know another dog-friendly restaurant to add to this list? Woof at us in the comments.
Want more ideas for dog-friendly fun during the pandemic? Here are 20 things to do with your pup indoors.
(Photo at Stanley’s Northeast Bar Room by @gingerinthecities)
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