In a world where dogs have their own Facebook pages, solve math problems, and even participate in cosplay, it makes sense that our furry friends even have their own blogs, where they can inform us bipeds about happenings in their woofy whittle worlds.
Like Eddie. As the bark behind the blog, "Eddie Eats Out," the only restaurant review site for dogs, Eddie's most recent yap is about Dog Restaurant Week, happening Friday, September 16, through Friday, September 23, where bringing your best buddy out to eat at selected restaurants nationwide gets you, or your furry friend, or both, a treat (Treat! Treat! Treat! Treat! Treat!)
Check out the list of Valley eateries participating in Dog Restaurant Week (no need to start panting, there's only three), and what's in it for you and your pooch, after the jump.
Cibo Receive a free ice cream upgrade with crepe purchase and a free dog treat for your pet companion.
FEZ Free dog treat for any dog who comes in with their owner. Please note that dogs must be under 40 lbs. and on a leash, are only welcome on the PATIO (service dogs allowed inside), and that the manager has discretion to ask any dog to be removed due any situation that may take away from the customer experience.
Bliss/ReBar Free dog treat for any dog who comes in with their owner. Please note that dogs must be under 40 lbs. and on a leash, are only welcome on the PATIO (service dogs allowed inside), and that the manager has discretion to ask any dog to be removed due any situation that may take away from the customer experience
For a complete list of restaurants nationwide participating in Dog Restaurant Week, go here.
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