This Restaurant Has A Dog Menu So Owners Can Eat With Their Pets

Good news, dog owners: A New York City restaurant is offering a two-course menu for both you and your dog, so you can spend quality time dining together. Whether you take your pet out on a special date for Valentine’s Day, National Love Your Pet Day on February 20, or simply because they deserve it, it’s a limited-time experience to consider.

Located in the hotel INNSiDE by Meliá New York Nomad on the lobby level, the northeastern-style seafood restaurant The Wilson is serving a dog menu for the month of February. The hotel partnered with to dream up this experience along with other pet-friendly programs. For $55, you can get a two-course meal for you and your pet. The dog menu gives pets the option of True North Salmon or Grilled Chicken that are both served alongside steamed veggies, lemon, and a dessert. You can also order homemade peanut butter dog biscuits for an extra $3. Pet owners can order any entrée and dessert from the restaurant’s brunch or dinner menus to enjoy alongside their dog.

salmon dish with veggies surrounded by biscuits for dogs

The True North Salmon option on the dog menu.

The Wilson NYC

The dog menu is available exclusively in the bistro’s heated outdoor space. Dogs must be on a leash during the meal or in a crate. All of the food is served in single-use, disposable containers—so there’s no need to worry about germs!

Whether you go for this experience or try to recreate it at home (should you not reside near NYC or want to stay in), use this concept as an excuse (not that you need one…) to spoil your dog!

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