Dogs are venerated in Nepal, especially during our festival of Tihar.

Dogs are venerated in Nepal, especially during our festival of Tihar.

DOGS ARE WELCOME

 

 

don't let them get in trouble

We love our furry friends as much as you do, and dogs are always welcome on our pet-friendly patios. Just please follow a few simple rules to ensure a safe and positive experience for ALL our guests, on two legs or four!

Dogs cannot enter the restaurant interior, and must go directly to the patio. Please ask a server to guide you if needed!

Please make sure your dogs don't bark, beg, and certainly not bite. We reserve the right to refuse service to any guest, dogs and people alike


NO PUPS ON TABLES OR CHAIRS

 

NO EATING OFF PLATES

Please keep your pooch on the ground, not on your lap, on a table, or on a chair. Even small dogs! This is a Health Department rule, and we can't do anything about it!

 

We'll happily provide a bowl of water for your dog, just ask! Please don't let them eat off your plate or drink out of your glass. That's another health code regulation.


ALL DOGS MUST BE LEASHED

 

SERVERS AREN'T ALLOWED TO TOUCH YOUR DOG

Keep your dog on a leash and keep the leash within reach. Please don't let them wander around!

 

 

No matter how much we might want to, servers just aren't allowed to pet your dog while working. Please don't ask your server to hold your dog or insist that they give him or her a pet.