TV Marc Abraham teams up with Coal Shed restaurant in Brighton for a special Valentine’s dinner to raise cash for the Dogs Trust.
Grove Lodge Vets has joined forces with a Brighton grill restaurant to raise funds for unwanted rescue dogs.
On Tuesday, February 12 the swanky Coal Shed steak and fish eatery will host Brighton’s first-ever dog friendly Valentine’s dinner in the city’s fashionable South Lanes district.
The special gourmet dinner includes a free glass of champagne on arrival for humans, with venison bites for canine companions, followed by rump steak, fresh vegetables and rice to share.
For dessert, two-legged diners can enjoy coffee and truffles with the dog’s dinner finished off nicely by a pot of Billy and Margot’s honey and banana iced treats.
Tickets cost £25, with £5 from every meal to be donated to the local Dogs Trust re-homing centre in Shoreham. TV vet Marc Abraham believes the event will be a fun way for dog lovers to make a difference.
He said: “The primary purpose of most companion animals is to be just that – a companion. Sharing a special meal with your best friend together at this exciting venue can also helped unwanted rescue dogs too – everybody wins.”