DOG BAR COMING TO DOWNTOWN RALEIGH
April 13, 2021
West Street Dog, where full-service canine boarding meets a relaxed bar scene, is coming to downtown Raleigh late this summer at 400 N. West St.
It will primarily function as a daycare for dogs by day, but after hours and on weekends it will convert into a bar for owners and their furry friends. Dog owners can choose between a selection of NC craft beer, spirits and wine or grab a coffee and connect to the space’s complimentary wifi. Partners Grey Littlewood, Ben Eberdt and Tom Rhoads Jr. hope the space will be a place for the community to socialize as things return to normal and, of course, become a pooch’s favorite.
“For people, the social component is getting better every day as they get more comfortable going out, so we want to offer a clean and safe setting for them.”
— GREY LITTLEWOOD, PARTNER AT WEST ST. DOG
The 7,000 sq. ft. space can accommodate 60 dogs in daycare and 60 in their boarding space. The business will bring around 20 to 30 new jobs to the area.
According to the American Pet Products Association, more than 11 million homes across the U.S. have added pets to their household in the past year. Recognizing this trend, West Street Dog is excited to bring their one-of-a-kind business model to downtown and be a place for owners and pets alike to let loose and get off the leash.
To read the full article about West St. Dog recently featured in the Triangle Business Journal, just click here.
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