Planning to take your dog out to dinner, lunch or brunch? Rapoport’s Restaurant Group just released canine menus and etiquette for four restaurants and four-legged customers.
If you’re new to dining al fresco with your pet, here’s their ground rules for owners and a sampling of menu choices:
“Keep your dog leashed at all times. Four-legged friends are not allowed on tables or chairs. Excessive barking will not be tolerated. Dogs are only allowed to eat or drink from specified bowls and plates; you can bring your own.”
In downtown Delray, Deck 84’s menu has four protein choices served with brown rice and Greek yogurt.
Burt and Max’s in western Delray offers chicken, beef or fish dishes with steamed rice and green beans.
Their Italian bistro Prezzo in Boca plans to start serving entrees, two with pasta, very soon, a company spokeswoman said.
“Max’s Grille has been offering the Mizner Bark Café dog menu since 2014,” the company said about the Mizner Park restaurant.
The restaurants also feature Bark Avenue’s CBD Dog Biscuits. Max’s even has a gluten-free biscuit and frozen “pupcakes” for dessert with peanut butter.