Photography Provided By: Jenni-Kate Rogers of Raven and the Willow
Photography Provided By: Jenni-Kate Rogers of Raven and the Willow

Palm Springs’ Newest Dog-Friendly Dining Concept Is Making Tails Wag

This Spot Gets 5 Paws Up!

As the adage goes, “Dogs are a man’s best friend,” and we won’t argue with that. We bring our furry pals with us wherever we go, whether it’s a shopping spree, daily coffee run or on vacation—heck, some folks even bring them to work! Boozehounds in Palm Springs

Lucky for dog-lovers, the sunny city of Palm Springs just welcomed a new Fido-friendly restaurant and bar that’s off. the. leash. No, really—this fresh dining concept spans over 7,000 square feet and features a main dining room, chic lounge, breezy atrium, two bars and a patio complete with palms and stylish rattan furnishings. The entire space tips its cap to the midcentury era with elements like curved arches, clean lines and natural wood finishes. Hues of teal and terracotta are woven throughout along with pops of playful wallpaper, creating a stunning yet warm ambiance. “Our creative director and interior designer, Jenni-Kate Rogers of Raven and the Willow, created all of these little moments throughout the space that make it inviting and comfortable,” says Bryan Rogers, co-owner of Boozehounds

The entire space tips its cap to the midcentury era with elements like curved arches, clean lines and natural wood finishes.

Okay, so what’s in it for the dogs? Well, Boozehounds offers a curated menu just for furry friends! While you sip back and relax, your pal can chow down on offerings like chicken bowls, duck treats, turkey jerky and the popular Weenie-Tini dish made with chicken broth, chicken whipped cream and a doggie biscuit crumble. Boozehounds in Palm Springs

Don’t fret—they feed humans too. BoozehoundsExecutive Chef Corey Baker pieced together a divine coastal-California menu with a Japanese twist that’ll make your (imaginary) tail wag. From generational dishes like chicken adobo that was passed down from Baker’s grandma to seafood specials like Tasmanian ocean trout crudo and the 48-hours miso-marinated fish and chips, you’re sure to find something that’ll please your palate.

So the next time you find yourself in search of an outing with Fido, this spot gets five paws up!

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Boozehounds in Palm Springs

FOOD

With a Filipino heritage and background in Japanese cuisine, Executive Chef Corey Baker creates classic dishes with an artful twist that’ll have you head over heels.

 

DECOR

Boozehounds fuses midmod charm with desert drama, yielding a venue that’s chic, sophisticated and far from average. Prepare to be wooed.

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PRICE

Given the menu is chock-full of fresh seafood, you can expect to pay. But let’s just say, a brunch, lunch, happy hour or dinner here is well worth the price.

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VERDICT

Bark my words! This new desert venue will be a Palm Springs staple for any type of occasion.

 

Boozehounds
2080 N Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760.656.0067

Photography Provided By: Jenni-Kate Rogers of Raven and the Willow

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