Have you ever wanted to enjoy a lavish meal with your best friend? And by best friend we mean the four-legged furry kind. Welcome to 'Dog's Dinner' the supper club and dining experience for dogs and their owners! A dog-friendly dinner like no other!
Birmingham is a city of dog lovers and GULP wanted to create a special dining experience for dogs and their owners to share together.
Dog’s Dinner will start at St Paul’s Square where guests will have a ‘treat’ and then take a little walkie to GULP where they will bond over a 4-course meal that has been developed and adapted for both humans and canines.
This experience includes treats and a four-course meal for dogs and their owners. Humans are welcome to BYOB, water will be available for their dogs.
Only one dog per human and only well-behaved dogs are welcome, naughty pups will be asked to leave!
Age restrictions: 18+
|Adult (£60 includes treats and a four course meal for dogs and their owners. Humans are welcome to BYOB, water will be available for their dogs.)||£60|
TRAVEL: Coming by car? There is metered parking on Spencer Street or local NCP. Gulp is a 2 minute walk from The Jewellery Quarter train station situated on Vyse Street. The Jewellery Quarter is also accessible on 8A, 8C and 101, 16, 74 buses. GULP is a 15 minute walk from Birmingham's New Street Station
Matt O’Callaghan is the founder of Mangia! Mangia! A cook, grower, writer and teacher of food, specialising in traditional Italian and British recipes. Much of the food he cooks is grown on his own Birmingham allotment, demonstrating that you don’t have to live in Italy to grow Mediterranean food.
His writing has received praise from Nigella Lawson, Rachel Roddy and Diana Henry and he has recently published Can Food Be Art? with Vittles.
Sensory artist and all-around foodie, Kaye Winwood, founded GULP as the first UK space dedicated to exploring food art histories, and showcasing innovation within food and sensory design through a programme of sensory dining experiences and activities.
Kaye's work fuses sensory design with visual arts and gastronomy to create new and meaningful eating experiences to enthral diners. In 2016 she applied the term ‘Expanded Dining’ to reflect a ‘beyond the plate’ approach which reconsiders the dining experience as a sensorial playground using food as an art material.
Ask your question directly to GULP / Kaye Winwood Projects.