Milo’s Cafe opened earlier this month and had a ribbon cutting ceremony last weekend. Many people were on hand to celebrate the cafe’s opening along with their dogs. The restaurant is determined to always serve healthy meals and be a place where dogs are welcome to hang out with their owners either leashed to the tables or unleashed in the playpens.
Many dog friendly restaurants and bars allow dogs to hang out on the patio areas of their restaurants but not many of them have fenced or walled-in play areas where your dog can go romp and make friends while you grab some food and hang out with a few friends. When visiting Milo’s Cafe, you can order coffee and a snack at the front counter or be seated in the dining areas. The restaurant is named after the owner’s dog, Milo.
The cafe is decorated with art such as a Warhol-like picture of dogs, has flat screen tvs, and a bar that is shaped like a dog bone. There are also photos of Milo and his brother Jake. Scott Sellman, the owner of the cafe, wanted to create a pet friendly environment for people to dine and also give back to the community by being able to host charitable events for pet rescue organizations, groomers, trainers, and other pet related businesses.
The cafe is open from 8am to 10pm everyday and accepts major credit cards, is handicap accessible, and has a great menu that includes vegetarian meals, organic salads, and great tasting burgers.