Ready to meet your new four-legged best friend? Or perhaps enjoy a meal in a private igloo with your dog? Welcome to Bark Rescue Pub in Spokane, WA.
If you’ve followed along on my blog before, you probably know I’m a Spokane photographer with a HUGE love for all animals. Dogs, cats, horses, and even capybaras (that’s still on my wish list). When I heard that Bark Rescue Pub was opening up in Spokane, intending to serve great food AND connect pets with their future people, I KNEW this was a place I belonged.
Bark’s website greets you with “Dine. Drink. Do Good.” Yes, this is a business I can stand behind.
Partnering with the Spokane Humane Society, Bark is a 2 for 1 gem in Spokane. Get a bite to eat, grab a beer and then love on the rescue animals onsite. Who knows, maybe even meet your next BFF with four legs.
Dog Friendly, Campfire Igloo Experience at Bark Rescue Pub
I am quite guilty of putting a trip off to Bark for many months. Why? Well, let’s just say it’s hard to get me out of the house and out to dinner when I could be at home with my family and best pal Q. But then I heard of a thing. Dog-friendly, Campfire Igloos!
Say what?! Yes. The dog-friendly Campfire Igloo experience includes a private outdoor igloo, $50 dining credit, a bark board (breakfast, fry, or smores), and a $5 donation to the Spokane Humane Society. Beyond that, you also get a chance to tour the animals up for adoption.
I’m going to be real with you. Bark had me at DOG-FRIENDLY Igloos. They could have given me a box of cheez-its and a water bottle, and I would have been happy as a clam to spend the evening with my dog in an igloo. However, the food was tasty and thoughtfully prepared. That morning we had the Waffle Bark Board with different types of waffles, jams, and berries. I also snagged the vegetarian breakfast enchilada.
The igloo itself was heated and included blankets. There was even a dog bed ready to go for Q when we got there. When you scroll through the photos below, you can see he was digging the experience too! Although his time on his bed was short-lived before he was begging for waffles like the spoiled boy he is.
Sadly, we did not come home with a new addition to the family. However, I already have our reservations for another Campfire Igloo experience on the books, so maybe my next post will be welcoming home a brother or sister for Q.
All the details for Bark Rescue Pub are below. If you’re in Spokane and have a chance to check this place out, Q and I both encourage you to do so. Great food for a great cause.
Check out the Campfire Igloo Experience here
MB (and Q) – A Spokane based photographer serving people and their pets