Dublin’s Pupp cafe is open for Dinner
Dublin’s dog friendly cafe, Pupp, is now open for dinner.
The cafe, which originally opened for Brunch only, is now launching evening meals this week.
The cafe will open till a later time of 5.30pm-9.30pm from Wednesdays to Saturdays, where they will serve a dinner menu.
And the menu looks delicious. Much like their brunch menu, the dinner menu contains many vegetarian and vegan options, which is essential in a place that caters to animal lovers.
The dinner menu will launch this Thursday, the 18th of May, and we’re very excited.
So what’s on the menu?
“The menu is chock full of tasty treats including speciality burgers like barbecued pulled pork or mushroom and black bean, plus a selection of superfood salads with falafel, chicken, and more,” says Paul from Pupp.
Here’s a few examples of what to expect…
1). The Hangry Bird Burger – The mighty duo of succulent chicken breast and thick chorizo slices, topped with garlic mayo, tomato, onion and lettuce on a brioche bun.
2). Holy Shmokes! Burger – A deliciously smoky sweet potato patty topped with barbecue sauce, lettuce, onion, and tomato plus a slice of emmental cheese. Served on a soft brioche bun.
3). The Zen Burger – Their vegan special mushroom and black bean patty topped with lettuce, onion, tomato, alfalfa sprouts, and fresh beetroot. Served with tahini mayonnaise on a vegan bun.
4). Beer Mac & Cheese on the side – Macaroni pasta baked in creamy cheese sauce with a cheeky dash of beer.
As if their menu wasn’t amazing enough, they are also offering BYOB to start.
“We’re kicking off with BYOB – you bring the bottle and we’ll do the rest. Soft drinks, and coffees also available as usual,” they said.
Plus their adorable doggie themed decor is so amazing.
Pupp is located on 37 Clanbrassil Street Lower, Wood Quay, Dublin. We checked out their brunch menu and loved it, so we can’t wait to try their dinner menu when it launches.
If you want to make a reservation you can do so by emailing email@example.com, however, they say a reservation is not required.
We can’t wait to check this out. With dog friendly places so rare to find in Ireland, we can see this being a massive success.