Eat & Drink

A Sydney Café Just Launched A ‘Dogustation’ Menu For Your Four-Legged Friends

Paw-some.

The look in your dog’s eye as we try to make a stealthy exit to lunch with friends is often enough to make us scrap our plans all together. But, instead of being filled with guilt, take your doggo on a date to Sydney’s latest pet-friendly hot spot.

Storehouse on the Park in Rushcutters Bay have unveiled a new dogustation menu, featuring a range of delicious and nutritious pet-friendly eats. The menu includes treats like watermelon chews, sesame wafers, puppaccinos and “pawtein” balls.

All recipes are safe for canine consumption and include only the finest organic and preservative-free ingredients, created by animal nutritionist Anna Felton. After all, they are very good doggos, and their tums are worthy only of the best.

The whole thing is in partnership with Urban Herd, a local animal wellbeing business that specialise in taking care of city-dwelling pets, ensuring their health isn’t compromised while living their busy metropolitan lives.

If you want to bring your four-legged friend to your next brunch, you can book via the website.

How To Get There:

  • Fly into Sydney Airport
  • Take T2 service from Domestic Airport to Central Station
  • Take the T4 service from Central Station to Kings Cross Station
  • Walk 700m (9 minutes)
  • 100 Bayswater Road, Rushcutters Bay

Check out Qantas flights to Sydney.

(Lead Image: @storehouseonthepark/ Instagram)