London’s pop-up scene was able to experience a great temporary bar, where some might have found the service a little unusual. The reason behind this is drinks were served by man’s furry best friend, the pawesome dog. Some may say that it sounds barking mad but this is no howling lie, because on the date of May the 6th 2016, people were able to receive beverages by pup service to their tables, and the Dog Waiters have delivered an excellent service.

Bar D’Alsace-tian employed a group of well-trained pups to become Dog Waiters, they were equipped with custom made harnesses which has a small barrel replica attachment – the barrel was used to hold the Kronenbourg bottles that were given to visitors of the venue and all of it was of no charge. Each table had received two complimentary Kronenbourg 1664 bottles, with a side of delicious in house made bread and cheese. Many people were wagging their tails in excitement to go, and those who attended were able to have an experience of a lifetime.

Dog waiters served bottles of Kronenbourg 1664
Dog waiters served bottles of Kronenbourg 1664

The whole setup of Dog Waiters serving guests beer came to life due to the idea from the brand director of Kronenbourg 1664, Ifeoma Dozie. Dozie has been known for having such creative ideas, he has been quoted to have said “We are absolutely delighted to be opening our doors on the world’s first bar staffed by dogs. It provides customers with a truly unique experience and is the ideal way for us to bring the ‘Alsace-tians’ to Kronenbourg 1664 lovers all over”

Bar D’Alsace-tian was open for visitors on Friday May 6th between 6.30pm and had closed at 8.30pm. But to attend the venue, people had to first make a reservation at billetto.co.uk. Unlucky for those who wish to take part and get served by Dog Waiters by just walking in, as entry would have been denied to them.

What do you think of the canine service, and did you take part in the experience? Tell us what you think here of Dog Waiters.

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