How To Get Your Paws On Tickets To Manchester’s First Frenchie Cafe

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How To Get Your Paws On Tickets To Manchester’s First Frenchie Cafe

Whether you’re a proud owner or just an admirer, all French bulldog lovers will be welcome at the pop-up cafe.

Photo: The Frenchie Cafe

It’s the news the North West has been waiting for; Frenchie Cafe is officially coming to Manchester. Following the phenomenal success of The Dachshund Cafe, the team at Pug Cafe would like to invite Frenchies (and Frenchie fans) from across Manchester and the North West to visit their pop-up cafe on November 4.

Hosted by Northern Quarter-based chicken shop legends Yard and Coop, organisers promise a dedicated doggy menu including bark-scotti, pupcakes and dognuts. And the puns don’t stop there, every Frenchie will also receive a free Pupuccino, while humans will be able to enjoy the restaurant’s famous buttermilk fried chicken. And Frenchie lovers will be given a bag of doggy treats to make friends with the dogs.

Photo: The Frenchie Cafe

Organiser Anushka Fernando from Pug Cafe said:

“After the huge success of London pop up, Manchester will be the next city to see the arrival of Frenchie Cafe. It’s the news all Frenchie owners and lovers have been waiting for! 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.”

Would-be-diners need to be on the ball if they want to secure their spot at the cutest cafe in Manchester. Not only are the best things in life not free, they also have an incredibly complex booking process.

Photo: The Frenchie Cafe

Booking will open at 10am on October 13, when two secret email addresses (one for Frenchie bringers and one for lovers) will be released on Facebook, on the event page, on Instagram and on pugcafe.com and those wishing to attend will have to send their request immediately.

The event will be organised into 70-minute time slots that start at 9am, 10.10am, 11.20am, 12.30pm, 1.40pm, 2.50pm and 4pm. And each request must include the number of dogs attending, the number of humans, and a preferred timeslot.

Photo: The Frenchie Cafe

Frenchie lovers will be charged £10 per person while Frenchie owners will pay just £7 each (they are providing the entertainment after all). All children aged 16 and under will receive a 20 per cent discount and children six and under will go free.

See you there!


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