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Dog Haus Biergarten

93 E. Green Street.
Pasadena , CA 91105 United States

On Saturday, December 14 from 2:00-4:00pm, Big Bang Theory Way in Old Pasadena is transformed into a seasonal wonderland for pups for Yappy Holidays – a delightful doggy meet-up that showcases our city’s adorably cute pooches. Join the fun outside Dog Haus Biergarten at 93 E. Green Street.

Event-goers can snap pics with all-new holiday photo props and pose on the “green carpet” – costumed elves are ready to pose for pics with the pups too. Get a free Yappy Hour bandana while supplies last, enter to win the swag bag raffles, and meet local Instagram Celebrity Doggy Guests. The Holly Street Stompers will be on hand to keep you toe-tapping with holiday swing and jazz. Dogs are invited to dress in their holiday finest!

Owners with bandanna-wearing pups can continue the party with special Happy Hour pricing at several dog-friendly patios restaurants and bars throughout the district between 2:00pm and 5:00pm, including Der Wolf, Edwin Mills by Equator, Kabuki Japanese Restaurant, The Luggage Room Pizzeria, Sage Vegan Bistro, Sushi Roku, and We Olive & Wine Bar.

Visit our partner stations! The Dog Bakery will be handing out fresh-baked treats, while Warby Parker Pasadena invites guests to mug for the camera using the brand’s eyewear and grab freebie illustrated dog pins and snacks from NYC’s Bocce’s Bakery while supplies last. Healthy Spot, the new dog spa in town, will bring prizes and treats and give guests the chance to win a $100 gift card for one of its Signature Treatments.

Please note: All dogs must be on a leash and socialized for large crowds. This is a dog-only event – no other pets are allowed. Alcohol consumption must remain within Dog Haus Biergarten’s property.

Follow Old Pasadena on Instagram and Facebook – @oldpasadena – for event details and sneak-peeks of Celebrity Guests. Old Pasadena Yappy Hour is presented by Old Pasadena Management. For more information, the public is invited to visit www.oldpasadena.org/yappyhour or call (626) 356-9725.

Please contact Janet Swartz at (626) 356-9725 or [email protected] for further information.

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