Dog Friendly Bar
very first Dog Burger
In celebration of National Burger Day and National Dog Day, Smith & Whistle is bringing back the 'The Quarter Hounder', London's very first burger entirely for canine consumption.
The Quarter Hounder is a unique collaboration between Smith & Whistle's talented chef team and David Jackson, a specialist canine nutritionist, carefully constructed to be nutritionally valuable as well as a taste bud tickler for the tail-waggers.
This dog burger features cooked sweet potato slices as the bun - a much healthier alternative to bread for dogs - and lean chicken breast as the meat. Healthy extras such as kale and tomato will also be included, with an optional addition of cheese.
On August bank holiday weekend from Thursday, 22nd - Monday, 26th August 2019, treat your pup to a healthy dog burger and a refreshing 'Dogtail' before taking a stroll through Green Park just across from Smith & Whistle. In celebration of National Burger Day, Smith & Whistle is as well offering an exclusive burger menu and free Unity Lager beer with any burger purchased.
We are excited to set tails wagging with the introduction of our ‘Dogtail' menu, London's very first permanent drinks list created entirely for canine consumption. Our Dogtail menu is a unique collaboration between the bar's mixology team and David Jackson, a specialist canine nutritionist.
The imaginative new menu consists of three drinks carefully constructed to be nutritionally valuable as well as packing a flavour punch.
The Bubbly Bow Wow mixes dog-friendly prosecco and liquidised blueberries, while the Poochie Colada blends kale, broccoli and coconut water. For the puppy with a penchant for pints, the Hound's Hops adds fresh mint to dog beer, while the G&T: Ginger Tails is a fresh ginger and tonic.
The menu is served on the terrace as well as at the main bar, while human visitors can enjoy a fine selection of British craft beers, hand-selected wines from English estates and expertly crafted cocktails. The bar's ideal location opposite Green Park means four-legged patrons and their owners can enjoy a post-drink stroll.
Photo by: Jon Ashford, Healthy Food Guide Magazine