Everyone's heard of the cat cafes slowing taking over the world with meowchiatos and cat-ppuccinos, or even a new concept dubbed as a hedgehog cafe. But now, a London restaurant called Bluebird is taking the pet-themed cafe trend to a whole new level -- if not way too far -- with a fancy brunch described as "a real ‘Michelin-star' style doggy dining experience." Woof.
As explained in a report by Mashable, the Chelsea neighborhood restaurant has teamed up with a store called Pet Pavilion to launch a dog brunch pop-up this month, "Bites and Bones." Mere bones or bone-shaped treats, however, are not on the menu. Instead, your furry friend will be served a three-course meal, which includes a venison sausage dish that comes with "beefy brown rice" and beef broth, a main course of chicken and lamb "Barkenberg" loaf, and a sweet potato-peanut butter macaron filled with "doggy gelato" for dessert. Those who attend the pop-up's VIP launch party on April 27th will also get their paws on some "Pooch Hooch," or dog-friendly beer.