Exciting News to all Dog Lovers! The Dog Cafe is now open in Los Angeles. Thursday, April 7th is the grand opening.
America’s First Dog Cafe!
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I knew about The Dog Cafe from their 2015 Indiegogo campaign. Sarah Wolfgang wanted to create a coffee joint and help Los Angeles shelter pets find their forever home. The campaign was funded 8% only, but Sarah pursued to open The Dog Cafe.
“The Dog Cafe is going to put a spin on the way people adopt by totally reinventing the way we connect with homeless dogs. We want to provide you with the opportunity to see these highly adoptable pooches in their true light. And even if you’re not looking to adopt, you can still enjoy all of the sloppy kisses you’ve ever wanted.”
Have you heard the news? The Dog Cafe’s official grand opening is April 7! That means you’ll soon enjoy lattes, pour-over coffee and flavored lemonades along with your puppy cuddles. We’ll be offering free drink upgrades the first week of our opening, and are now taking reservations on our website. ☕️ #coffeecupsandrescuepups #thedogcafe #pupsncoffee
A Big Congrats to Sarah and The Dog Cafe! On my next visit to Los Angeles, I will definitely stop by The Dog Cafe.
The dog cafe is located at 240 N Virgil Ave, at the nexus of East Hollywood, Silver Lake and Koreatown. The cost is $10/per person for a 55 minute stay which includes a cup of coffee. It is recommended to make reservation, book your visit at therescuedogcafe.youcanbook.me
For the coffee drinks, The Dog Cafe will be utilizing Grounds and Hounds Coffee Co., which donate 20% of all their Southern California proceeds to local rescue partners. Currently, The Dog Cafe does not allow other dogs (to accompany their humans), but you can arrange an outdoor meet-up if you plan to adopt one of the dogs in the Cafe. For more information, visit thedogcafela.com