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Pawsecco – London’s first dedicated doggy bar
Posted by London DogBlog on Friday 7th of July 2017
Pedigree pooch boutique Pet Pavilion has announced the launch of The Pet Pavilion Pawsecco Bar. London’s first dedicated doggy bar opened at its Chelsea store and will be open for after work drinks on Fridays and then all day Saturday and Sunday until September.
Pawsecco is non-alcoholic, non-carbonated and grape-free, but with a specialised blend of Elderflower, Nettle Ginseng & Limeflower and created with the advice of veterinary experts.
There’s Doggy ‘Bottom Sniffer’ Beer, Doggy Gelato and canapés provided by The Rockster also available from the pop up-bar. Gourmet treats will include Boeuf du Cap, made with Bio-Superfoods, Sunday Roast of Grass-fed Lamb, Super Bone Broth and Bio-Organic Chicken and Turkey.
Pawsecco is available to purchase from Pet Pavilion - Pet-House White & Pet-House Rosé – in a gift box which contains one of each 250ml bottle.
Pet Pavilion opened 20 years ago in the heart of Chelsea and is a family-run business - Andrew, Alex and Jenny Saville-Edells offer a personal touch with boutique shops in Chelsea, Kensington, Notting Hill and Wimbledon.
Pet Pavilion offers everything from collars, leads, toys, beds, carriers, brushes and natural shampoos. It stocks full ranges of organic and luxurious pet treats including chamomile gluten-free dog biscuits, doggy herbal teas and even ‘The Dog House’ range created by three Michelin-star chef, Michel Roux.
The Pet Pavilion Pawsecco Bar
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Chelsea Farmers Market 125 Sydney Street London SW3 6NR Tel: 020 7376 8800
60 Gloucester Road London SW7 4QT Tel: 020 7584 8848
174 Kensington Church St London W8 4DP Tel: 020 7221 1888
47 High Street London SW19 5AX Tel: 020 8739 2919
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