Thursday, April 25, 2013

One-of-a-Kind Communal Dining Experience for Owners AND DOGS

WHAT: Pull up a chair, Cincinnati! Chef Michael’s is giving dedicated owners and their dogs an opportunity to spend some quality time together, get a delicious meal during Food Trucks for Fido at Dogtown Cincinnati and meet some new, like-minded friends in a communal dining setting. The first 100 people and their dogs to visit the Chef Michael’s Food Truck for Dogs will receive a thoughtful meal experience for their dog as well as a complimentary dinner (up to $10) the day of the event from a participating food truck including C'est Cheese and Sugarsnap!.

Follow the Chef Michael’s Food Truck for Dogs while it’s in the Cincinnati area via Twitter @thefoodfordogs and for additional chances to visit the truck while it’s in town.

WHY: In 2012, Chef Michael’s noticed that dogs were underserved at the curb, so they deployed a food truck for dogs to treat dog-owners and their four-legged friends to a food truck experience unlike any other. In response to fans’ overwhelming requests, the Food Truck for Dogs will be visiting 14 additional cities in 2013, including the Cincinnati area.

Since Chef Michael’s knows as much about food as they do about dogs, they understand that dedicated dog-owners want to take their dogs with them everywhere; it’s only natural to make mealtime another opportunity for quality time with your dog. We understand that mealtime is more than just a time of day – it’s a moment worth sharing. That’s what it’s all about! So Chef Michael’s is incorporating another current culinary trend with its 2013 food truck tour: communal dining.

Visitors and their dogs will be able to pull up a chair and make new friends through the tour’s communal dining experience. After all, food trends aren’t just for people – they’re for dogs too! If you’re a pet-owner and you agree, join us! Go to and sign the Paw-tition.

WHERE: Food Trucks for Fido Dogtown Cincinnati 2519 Burnet Ave

Cincinnati, OH 45219 WHEN: Thursday, May 16 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.

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