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Thursday, September 9, 2021

Pop-up adoptable dog cafe Sam & George to open brick-and-mortar location

Posted By on Thu, Sep 9, 2021 at 11:51 AM

click to enlarge An adoptable dog cafe has plans to open later this year. - PHOTO VIA SAM & GEORGE COFFEE CO.
  • Photo via Sam & George Coffee Co.
  • An adoptable dog cafe has plans to open later this year.

Sam & George Coffee Co. wowed in its initial test run as a pop-up along Curry Ford, proving the possibility of success for a cafe full of adoptable dogs to play with. After a brief hiatus, the company announced that they will be moving into a permanent location in the near future.

Details are intentionally scarce, but owners Fran and Adam Chong shared the news of a new spot off Kaley on Instagram.

"After almost a year, we're coming back!" they wrote. "And the better news is: this isn't a pop-up!"

In the post, the Chongs said they expect the store to open this fall.

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