Dine With Your Dog

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Dine With Your Dog

Fido or Fluffy don't have to stay home! Dine with your dog, meet other dog lovers and let your pet meet a few friends, all while enjoying the tasty, fresh cuisine from The Eclectic Chef!

Ticket holders receive a three course meal for themselves and their pet. It's going to be a blast! The Eclectic Chef is whipping up an amazing menu and a special dog menu for the night.

Pet-Friendly & Family-friendly event benefitting the Frances R. Willis SPCA in Summerville, SC.

Limited Tickets Available at The Eclectic Chef.

Friendly, vaccinated pets on leashes, please. 1 dog/person

Email or call with any questions! Hope to see you and your dog there!

Dine With Your Dog

Address : 125 Central Avenue, Summerville, SC (Historic District) Summerville SC
Phone : (843) 821-7733   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $25


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