Frenchie Cafe coming to Nottingham!

FRENCHIE CAFE is officially coming to Nottingham!

The team at Pug Cafe would like to invite the Frenchies of Nottingham and the Midlands to visit the pop up Frenchie Cafe on Sunday 7th October.

After the huge success of London pop up, Nottingham will be second city to see the arrival of Frenchie Cafe. It’s the news all Frenchie Owners and Lovers have been waiting for!

Please note – Booking opens 10am on Saturday 22nd September 2018 when two email addresses will be released – you will then need to email us your request immediately. READ OUR EASY TO UNDERSTAND BOOKING FAQ.

If you have your own French Bulldog or just LOVE them (you don’t need your own Frenchie to come!), don’t miss out on this one-off pop up cafe.

Check out this Frenchie Cafe event on Facebook

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Your Frenchie will get to join us inside the pup paw-ty of the year. They’ll get to meet lots of fellow furry and fabulous friends, tuck into a menu of delicious doggy treats, and pose for the PUParazzi.

It’s the doggy day out EVERYONE is talking about! Our events have been seen and heard on Sky News, LADBible, BBC, The Telegraph, Metro, Evening Standard and LOTS more.

There will be a menu dedicated to the furries including freshly baked PUPcakes, DOGnuts, PAW-ty Rings, PAWbons and more straight from Rudi’s The Doggy Bakery kitchen.

Plus, each Frenchie attending will get to order their FREE pupuccino, and also collect their free bag of delicious PUPcorn.

Frenchie Cafe London Bulldog Treats

Humans, while your French Bulldog is mingling and rubbing paws with other fabulous pups, you’ll get to enjoy the cafe too! Tuck into Cafe Sobar’s delicious coffees, and huge range of cakes, savoury dishes and yummy puddings.

If you don’t have your own little French Bulldog then don’t worry, Frenchie lovers are ALWAYS welcome! This is the perfect opportunity to meet lots of Frenchies, enjoy plenty of cuddles and make some four-legged friends.

Our events are enjoyed by thousands of dog lovers so don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind pop up experience!

Booking opens 10am on Saturday 22nd September 2018 when two email addresses will be released – you will then need to email us your request immediately. These email addresses will only be released at this time.

READ OUR EASY TO UNDERSTAND BOOKING FAQ AT

 

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Important Event information:

Pug Cafe presents Frenchie Cafe is a strictly booking-only event and you will need a confirmed booking to attend. We do not allow walk-ins. Our events are known to sell out in minutes so you will need to be on the ball to secure your space.

The event is organised into 70-minute time slots that start at 8am, 9.10am, 10.20am, 11.30am, 12.45pm, 2pm, 3.10pm, 4.20pm and 5.30pm.

There is a booking fee per person. Frenchie Owners £7.50 each and Frenchie Lovers are £12 each.

All children 16 and under receive a 20% discount.

Children Under 5s and all French Bulldogs go FREE.

The fee covers your entry to this one-off event and if you’re a Frenchie Owner your dog will receive a pupuccino and a bag of pupcorn. If you are a Frenchie Lover you will receive a bag of doggy treats to make friends with the dogs.

Professional photos taken at the event are available to view and save post-event, free of charge.

We’re a family friendly event and can cater for groups of up to 5, but ask you keep to a ratio of 2 humans to 1 dog where possible. Space is limited, and we may not be able to cater for all groups.

Please note this venue this fully air conditioned, but we will have additional floor fans in operation.

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