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- PuzzledApr. 14, 2019Very Slow Service
While in this part of town with our dogs we checked BringFido for a place to have lunch. We decided on this place and when arrived we found lots of people were there with their dogs on the patio. Hostess informed us there would be a wait for a table as they only allowed people with dogs to sit at tables on the edge of the patio along the railing.
After a significant wait we were seated and then had to wait for our server. When our sever finally made his way to our table we were already ready to order food and we asked for a bowl of water for the dogs as we saw them under other tables. Our sever informed us they only had a few of the bowls and we would have to wait for someone with a bowl to leave. Both of our orders came out wrong and had to be sent back. Refills were an afterthought. From what we could tell our server only had 4 tables so I’m not sure where he kept disappearing too for long periods of time. We spotted the Pizza place across the street and kind of wished we had gone there instead. Once we got what we ordered it was not all that great. Dog’s never did get a bowl we gave them one of our glasses. We were there for almost 2 hours just to have lunch. Not worth it, we will not be back.
- Beepers CreepersMore than a year agoFun for the furballs (and humans too)
Relatively low key, hip restaurant. Broad demographic of clientele (kids,trendy young married couples,middle-aged folk) makes for a comfortable dining experience with your dog as the occasional bark will not awkwardly kill the all ages, (relatively) family friendly vibe.
- JulieMore than a year agogood place!
Good restaurant, menu full of good food, great beer selection. Dogs must be tied to the outer rails but can be inside the restaurant, they are given a generous pail of water. My big dogs enjoyed it and the other dogs at the restaurant seemed to as well!