Storehouse on the Park introduces a dedicated dog-friendly menu for canine companions (Sydney)

More restaurants across Sydney are beginning to embrace more dog-friendly policies, but Storehouse on the Park in Rushcutters Bay has kicked the trend up more than a few notches. The breezy bar and restaurant, which is a part of Vibe Hotel Rushcutters Bay, has introduced a dedicated pooch-friendly menu in addition to their regular human offerings, featuring food and drink that is completely safe for canine consumption like puppyccinos, pawtein balls, watermelon chews and sesame pup wafers.

“Urban Herd have joined forces with Storehouse on the Park to create a unique range of super healthy treats that contain only organic human grade ingredients with no preservatives, flavours, fillers of colours”, explained Animal Nutritionist Anna Felton, who is behind the new menu.

The bar and dining space has been picking up in popularity among both Sydney locals and hotel guests, all of whom seem particularly attracted to the pet-friendly open-air terrace which overlooks the nearby park. The space is open for breakfast until late, offered alongside the dog-friendly menu that guests are able to treat their pets to more than just a typical day out in Sydney.

Storehouse on the Park

Address: 100 Bayswater Rd, Rushcutters Bay
Website: tfehotels.com

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Chris Singh

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