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Brief Published: 24 Nov 2010

Dogs' Dinner


The popularity of pop-ups shows no sign of abating — it's even reached the growing market for luxury pet products via Lily’s Kitchen Diner,  a dog (and cat) friendly temporary restaurant in London’s Pimlico.

As well as catering to pets, the restaurant has been decorated to appeal to their discerning owners with the use of  blackboards, wooden pallets and bunting lending an upmarket deli feel to the space.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available free to pets, to promote the Lily’s Kitchen organic pet food range, with six animals allowed to eat at a time. Open for a period of six weeks, the space will also include after-dinner activity areas such as a Snooze Zone, Belly Rub Bar, MOT Station and the Romp and Rip play area.

Lily’s Kitchen

Lily’s Kitchen Diner