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Paw-sitive step: Mumbai’s pet-friendly eateries

As a new bar lets customers walk in with their pets, we round up the city’s pet-friendly dine-out options

HT48HRS_Special Updated: Dec 04, 2015 13:58 IST
Compiled by Manali Shah
Compiled by Manali Shah
Hindustan Times
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Launched a couple of years ago, Mutt Hutt, a pop-up pet café’s tagline reads ‘humans allowed’ (Jyotsna Thaval)

As a new bar lets customers walk in with their pets, we round up the city’s pet-friendly dine-out options

Zoo Bar

Launched on November 25, Zoo Bar has a 34ft bar, and will serve 13 types of beers, besides six types of craft. You can take your furry friend along to the open area of the bar from 2pm to 7pm. Post that, you can leave your pet in a kennel on the premises. A special menu for pets is available too. It doesn’t end there: you can book the place for your pet’s birthday party, and the chef will whip up cakes for your pet and its friends. A soft board at the entrance also lets you stick pictures of pets up for adoption.

Where: Liberty Lodge, DJ Road, Vile Parle (W)

Call: 96999 66227

Gostana, Khar

One of the first spaces in the city to welcome pets, Gostana, founded in 2012, is a tiny all-day cafeteria in Khar. Owner Aparna Gvalani’s friendly Labrador, Apple, is likely to greet you as your enter the café.

Where: Prabhat Kunj, 24th Road, Khar (W)

Call: 3015 0820

Doolally, Bandra and Andheri

Another drinking hole that is happy to host pets. Beginning this Sunday, Doolally will organise a series of workshops by certified canine and lupine therapist (yes, that does imply wolves) Rajvi M, who will guide people on making more spaces pet-friendly.

Workshop details:

When: December 6, 11am.

Where: Doolally Taproom, Dalia Industrial Estate, off New Link Road, Andheri (W)

Call: 98205 70311

Mutt Hutt

Birthday bashes, Christmas celebrations, picnics and theme parties. Soups, canapés, risotto, lasagne, pies and yogurt-based ice creams. No, not for you, but for your four-legged companion. Launched a couple of years ago, this pop-up pet café’s tagline reads ‘humans allowed’.

Where: Various pop-ups across the city. Follow Mutt Hutt on Facebook to know the next location —

Call: 9930122310

First Published: Dec 03, 2015 00:00 IST