HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA--(Marketwired - Jul 14, 2016) - Saint Marc Pub-Café, Bakery & Cheese Affinage -- Pacific City's hottest spot for bold cocktails made by master mixologists and a trendsetting Americana-inspired menu -- will host a first Yappy Hour event in partnership with Tito's Handmade Vodka and Top Dog Barkery on Saturday, July 16, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 21058 Pacific Coast Hwy, Huntington Beach to launch the restaurant's new dog menu.
"We designed our restaurant to be pet-friendly, so we're looking forward to the launch of our official menu just for dogs," says CEO Thomas (Mac) McFarland Gregory III. "The Huntington Beach community loves its pets and to be able to offer another way for animals and their owners to enjoy themselves together is exciting. This has been a request since our doors opened in December 2015, so we know it will be a hit with the locals."
To showcase the new menu, which includes items such as Cheesy Chow Biscuits, Peanut Butter Cookies and Birthday Bones -- Saint Marc has invited the OC Humane Society to host an adoption event in front of the restaurant. The event will also include contests with prizes for both dogs and their owners, including products from Tito's and Top Dog Barkery. Pacific City, the Huntington Beach Chamber of Commerce as well as Young's Market have also teamed up with Saint Marc for the launch.
For more information on the Yappy Hour event, Saint Marc's new dog menu, and the latest happenings at Saint Marc, please contact Leslie Licano at email@example.com or visit www.saintmarcusa.com.
About Saint Marc USA: Saint Marc Pub -- Café, Bakery & Cheese Affinage is the brand's first and flagship establishment, situated along the Huntington Beach coastline within the vibrant new Pacific City. Saint Marc offers nostalgic, Americana cuisine in a family and pet friendly environment. Ambassadors serving as personal culinary consultants offer expert advice on Saint Marc's unique selection of distinctive food and hydration available tableside or self-selected from free-standing stations. iPads of information offering images and on-demand ordering of what guests want when they want it, free-flow bread from the bakery, over 100 cheese selections from boards to fondue, craft beers in a can, 32 wines on draught, with mixology served in Red Solo Cups and dishes served on faux paper plates -- highlight just some of the enticing features and unique characteristics that set Saint Marc on a less-traveled path. To learn more, visit www.saintmarcusa.com.