The Upper West Side is now home to a kitchen serving canine food so you can take your furry friend out to the dinner they deserve.
The Just Food for Dogs Lincoln Center Kitchen opened up back in June, but they just officially started welcoming dog dining last week. According to Patch, the kitchen serves human-quality food made with 100% USDA-certified ingredients by trained chefs.
Dog owners can order at the bodega-style deli counter, choosing dishes like tofu and quinoa with sweet potatoes, kale, white mushrooms, and blueberries or a beef and Russet potato meal that comes with carrots, green peas, beans, apples, and more.
Shawn Buckley founded the company after discovering what was legally allowed to be in dog food. He was “shocked and angry” after discovering dangerous chemical preservatives and disgusting ingredients and thus began cooking his own dog food shortly after.
Buckley gathered together a team of veterinarians and specialists to develop healthy, nutritionally balanced meals and launched the first-ever kitchen for dogs in 2010. The Lincoln Center Kitchen is the first NY location, but there are more than 40 across the country.
So next time you’re making dinner date plans with a friend, don’t forget about your furry friend!
This new food for dogs kitchen is located in the UWS at 2025 Broadway. It’s open every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Learn more at their website here.