If your mates are always waiting for you while you dote over a stranger’s doggo then get yourself a ticket to the Frenchie Café pronto.
For one day only London’s French bulldog community are invited to this canine-friendly gathering for a day filled with pupcakes, dognuts, paw-ty rings, pawbons and other treats from Rudi’s The Doggy Bakery kitchens. While your four-legged pals lap up the free pupuccino and sniff each other’s behinds, owners and wannabe Frenchie owners can also order treats (for human consumption) from the café at Happenstance.
The Frenchie Café is brought to you by the same team of doggy pop-up pros who are behind the pug café and recently sold out dachshund pop-up. Entry is £10 for Frenchie owners and £15 for Frenchie lovers. French bulldogs go free, obviously; this is their special day after all.
So if you want to spend an hour or so dishing out dog treats, patting pups and generally sharing your affection for lots of super-adorable French bulldogs (without getting evils from impatient dog owners), check out the website to find out how to book.
The pop-up Frenchie Cafe opens on Sunday Sep 9 at The Lounge, The Happenstance, 10 Paternoster Square, EC4M 7DX.
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