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Of Course Addison's Lazy Dog Restaurant Has a Menu for Dogs

How much will Fido pay to dine?

courtesy of Lazy Dog

Yes,  it's official: Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar—the California-based dog-friendly chain opening its 17th location in Addison's restaurant and franchise hotbed Village on the Parkway on September 23—has a dog menu.  A hamburger or chicken and rice plate will set Fido back about $5, which amounts to about $1 per nano-second of dining time. Thankfully, a bowl of water is complimentary and will last all evening.

Along with the dog menu, Lazy Dog will also feature a huge, nonsensical menu for human dogs that sounds astonishingly like the one at new Cali-based arrival Yard House, right down to the fancy riffs on spinach-artichoke dip and Asian-inspired calamari.  There will also be craft cocktails galore, a 273-seat indoor dining room modeled after a Rocky Mountain retreat (one that serves wok specialties, gluten free Hawaiian fried rice AND brick oven pizza, naturally) and an enormous dog-friendly patio that seats 154.

According to a press release, the restaurant plans to fill 200 jobs and will offer fundraising opportunities to local non-profits during a private Dedication Dinner upon opening.

Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar

5100 Belt Line Road #500, Dallas, TX 75254, USA

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