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Sainsbury’s Supermarket Goes to the Dogs for Christmas ‘Restaurant’ in Central London

There’s a menu for the humans too

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It’s a dog’s (Christmas) dinner on Regent Street

Attention, London-based chow-hounds: “Santa Paws” is coming to W1, courtesy of Sainsbury’s. From December 13 to 15 the supermarket giant is running a three-day pop-up restaurant at 10 Hanover Street, where four-legged guests can tuck into turkey, carrots and sage, or chicken, duck and turkey, plus dog-friendly mince pies. There’ll be a photographer equipped with festive jumpers on hand, and Christmas sandwiches for humans. Tickets cost £5, with two owners and one dog for £7.50. This includes entry to the pop-up for a 45-minute session, food for the dogs, a Christmas sandwich and a glass of something sparkling for owners. To book, click here.

An artist’s impression of the restaurant, which will be open from December 13 t0 15
Sainsbury’s

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