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What’s On Woofs: Easter Doggy Sunday at Gaucho Hampstead

Easter Doggy Sunday at Gaucho

Looking for a special Easter treat for you and your pooch? Why not head over to Easter Doggy Sunday and have lunch in style at Gaucho’s Argentinian Restaurant in leafy Hampstead, North London.

Doggy Sunday at Gaucho

Doggy Sunday at Gaucho takes place on the first Sunday of each month (except for August) and each month has its own dog-friendly theme.  The busiest events are Easter and Christmas with up to 40 dogs turning out for their own special lunch, so if you haven’t been already, Easter Doggy Sunday is a good one to go to! Obviously, your dog should be used to busy environments with lots of dogs and people else he or she (and you) won’t enjoy it.

It really is the perfect dog friendly event, from the moment you book, it’s all about your dog. Table bookings are taken in your dog’s name and on the day a canine red carpet is rolled out to welcome all the pooches. Once inside, a special personalised doggy bowl and lots of delicious home-made treats await your dogs approval.

Doggy Sunday at Gaucho VIP Entrance
The Canine Red Carpet. Photo: Marc The Vet

It wouldn’t be Argentinian without empanadas (small traditional pastries), so Beef or Chicken canine versions will of course be on offer for your pooch to sample. Being Easter, the Easter Bunny will be stopping by with some extra Easter surprises. There will also be a dog-friendly Easter Egg Hunt on the outdoor terrace and patio…sounds like doggy heaven!

As for the humans, don’t worry, there’s plenty for you too. You can choose from the à la carte menu or the set menu for £35 which includes a welcome drink on arrival and a tasty 3 course (human-friendly) meal.

Doggy Sunday at Gaucho is free for dogs to attend and £5 per dog attending is dontated to our well deserving four-legged friends over at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.

There’s still availability for this Sunday so what are you waiting for…pick up the phone and book (your pooch) a table.

Dog with Phone

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