When the world is too ruff, the sidewalk too hot for tender paws, and the humans are just plain acting silly, a good dog needs to head for some comfort food.
Local human venues Deck 84 and Burt & Max’s have gone to the dogs’ rescue with new chef-inspired dog menus. Start the tail wagging now!
Executive Chef Patrick Broadhead at Burt & Max’s dishes up Beggin’ for Beef, a bowl that includes chopped steak, steamed rice, carrots and green beans ($13) or Fetch the Fish, with grilled salmon, steamed rice, carrots and green beans ($15). Paws can walk through other options, too, and water bowls are a must.
At Deck 84, Executive Chef Micheal Romano has his spin on Beggin’ for Beef, which has brown rice, a beef patty and Greek yogurt ($13) or Chasin’ the Chicken, with brown rice, white meat chicken breast and Greek yogurt ($12), with a few more options, too. And lots of water in the water bowl.
Of course, Max’s Grille (also part of the Rapoport Restaurant Group) has had a Mizner Bark Café menu for years. On the menu: “I’ve Been Really Good” Filet, with an 8-ounce filet mignon, roasted potatoes and steamed spinach ($38), and Barkaroni Pasta, with steamed pasta, carrots and green beans ($15), plus a few more options that include Frozen Pupcakes for dessert.
The CBD Doggie Biscuits go for $3 each, the TLC pets get are free. All pups need to be on a leash and are allowed only on the outdoor patios.
It’s great to be a dog!
Bark, er, Boca Raton Resort & Club loves dogs
There is five-star service and a four-footed “Canine Director” named Hays at Boca Raton Resort & Club, A Waldorf Astoria Resort. Of course, there is.
There are also dog beds for canine guests, and the restaurants have dog menus. Then there’s the doggy spa treatments, an in-house veterinarian, dog sitting service, daycare service and dog-walking routes nearby. For humans attending events and conferences, the hotel offers puppies & ice cream breakout sessions, where therapy dogs attend to provide support and tail wags.