August 19, 2019 Supporting Manhattan-area entrepreneurs, businesses, events

April Fools: Dog Bar to Open in Manhattan

A dog bar and social gathering business has been announced to open in Aggieville this summer.

Pet owners and city-goers alike will be able to bring their beautifully groomed dogs to the rooftop dog park and sip on blueberry margaritas while letting a waitress watch their dog frolick. This will be a 10,000 square foot space with free fiber wifi, 6 stage cleaning dog baths included, a Roomba vacuum keeping the turf spotless of left behind poop, and a free Willy the wildcat onesie.

Portland, Oregon is the first city to try this concept. Early adopters have reported that there isn’t enough space due to exciting crowds and expansion is already needed.

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  • You guys are on a roll and stirring up the gossip!! I glanced at the headlines and had to do a double take. Good job! Happy April Fools Day!!

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