It's been said that a dog is man's best friend, but really, it's a bartender who will listen to all his problems. Now, thanks to Kronenbourg 1664, you can have the best of both worlds. The French beer company is opening a pop-up bar in London this Friday where the beverages are served by "professionally trained" canines.
Here's how it works: The German Shepherds, also known as Alsatians in the U.K., will have miniature barrels tied around their necks, allowing them to carrying cold bottles of beer to waiting customers. According to Eater, the event is already sold out, but a reservation (if you were lucky enough to get one) includes two drinks, as well as a snack of bread and cheese. Afterward, if you're hoping to treat your dog to a meal—rather than having the dogs treat you—there's always the "Bites and Bones" pop-up in Chelsea, serving a "Michelin star-style doggy dining experience" for your pet.
Though the U.S. might be lagging behind when it comes to canine bartenders, Brooklyn is awaiting the opening of its first permanent cat cafe this weekend. There's no beer, but customers can pay just $5 for a 30-minute therapy session with some cute kittens.