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Bring Your Own Dog Brunch Returns to Square 1682

BYOD Brunch Square 1682

Executive Chef Bobby Surdam with pooch pal

Square 1682’s Executive Chef Bobby Surdam, animal lover, is teaming up with PA SPCA to bring back über-popular Bring Your Own Dog (BYOD) brunch every Saturday and Sunday, all summer long. The brunch, which guests and their canine companions can enjoy on the patio, includes a specially crafted delicious $6 doggy menu as well as a selection of cocktails for canine owners to sip on.

For every purchase of a $6 BYOD dish or cocktail, $1 will be donated to PA SPCA. Representatives and volunteers from PA SPCA will also be on site with pups in search of loving homes from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., every third Sunday until September.

  • Sunday, May 21

  • Sunday, June 18

  • Sunday, July 16

  • Sunday, August 20

  • Sunday, September 17

Surdam has created an exclusive BYOD menu that includes delectable dishes designed just for dogs but tempting nonetheless. Dishes include Blue Buffalo Eggs & Taters with smoked bacon, scrambled eggs and parsley potato; Doggy Dirty Rice with grass fed beef, rice, spinach, beans, bell peppers and aged cheddar; as well as Chef’s homemade treats, Peanut Butter Biscuits.

Square 1682, offers patio seating – the perfect spot for dog owners to bring their canine family members for a delicious meal, benefitting a great cause. Some highlights from Surdam’s brunch menu includes Build Your Own Benny, Power up Salad, Croque Madame, Savory Porridge and blueberry, banana or granola Pancakes.

Lead Bartender Daniel Kulisek has also curated a selection of cocktails for pet owners that include Daisy, mixed with Tito’s Vodka, lime juice, giffard pamplemousse – a French grapefruit liquor – and chamomile citrus tea; Ruby and Lex are other pup-inspired concoctions that contribute to the cause.

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