Cesar Canine Cuisine Invades Miami and Gives Your Dog an Intimate Restaurant Experience

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Next time your bitch starts complaining about a lousy meal treat her like a pimp (or pimpette) and slap her with a rolled up newspaper, (that goes for your son of a bitch too). Or you could take her out and show her a good time.

We're talking about your dog of course, and what better way to show her you care than a taking her out to eat.

As part of the product launch for their gourmet, aristocratic, small dogs only, "Share The Love" campaign, Cesar brand Canine Cuisine are throwing free dinner parties in dog parks across America. There will be four Dade County stops from September through October where your pooch will get the royal treatment of complimentary samples of new Cesar Bistro entrees in an "intimate bistro dining experience including miniature menus and wait staff on hand," according to a press release.

Here are the dates, locations and menu items for the events...

Keep in mind these are all different flavors of dog food:

  • Grilled chicken primavera
  • Tuscan style stew with braised beef
  • Steak tips Sonoma style
  • Oven roasted beef burgundy
  • Steak florentine

Here are when an where the Share The Love events will take place.
Kennedy Dog Park - 2400 S Bayshore Drive, Coconut Grove- Sept. 5th, Oct. 10th - 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Flamingo Bark Park - 999 11th St, Miami Beach - Sept. 12th. - 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Northeast Regional Dog Park at East Greynolds Park - 16700 Biscayne Boulevard, North Miami Beach - October 3, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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