Instead of eating in a chain restaurant with a suburban mall theme, try one of these unique and family-friendly NYC eateries that pays tribute to Fido and friends. Here are two dog themed restaurants in NYC from the magazine Time Out New York:
At this canine-themed mini chain of luncheonettes, even Fido can tag along for family brunch. Although pups aren’t allowed inside, they can sniff each other at the outdoor water fountains (except at the Third Ave location), munch on doggie treats and wait for a tasty morsel of human food to drop from your family’s patio table. With such a hearty array of pancakes, waffles, omelettes, frittatas and wraps, there might even be enough leftovers for a doggie bag. Average main course: $13. Average kids’ meal: $7. High chairs.
Pay tribute to man’s best friend at this eatery, whose extensive menu includes burgers, fajitas, salads, pasta and fish. Thousands of pup-tastic photos line the walls, begging guests to take a gander. Just be prepared for the “Can we get him?” requests after the kids get a look at the restaurant’s adoption wall. Average main course: $14. Average kids’ meal: $8. High chairs, booster seats, changing table.
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