Doggy Disco
June 18, 2015

Save the date…..


Back by popular demand on Saturday 27th June, M Restaurants will be hosting a Pedigree Pooch Party with a difference by bringing the all-singing, all-dancing Doggy Disco to London.

M’s now monthly #poochparty is being ramped up a level this month. Alongside the usual brunch fun, they will be teaming up with acclaimed boutiques, Pet Pavilion, who are hosting the world’s first Doggy Disco in M BAR; as they challenge dog owners to hit the dance floor with their furry family member. The winning ‘Dance Off Duo’ will take home a hamper with luxury goodies from the Pet Pavillion stores! International DJ; Alex Jack will be spinning tunes to get legs and paws moving. ‘Who Let The Dogs Out?’ anyone!

Guests can book a table between 11.30am and 2pm and enjoy the £25 Brunch offering two delicious courses (humans only) – with a mini menu for your pooch with home-made biscuits, a competition for the best groomed hound with prizes, photo shoots for your four legged friend, and, of course, an artist who will paint your best friends ‘paw-trait’.

The M Doggy Disco brunch will be the perfect opportunity to meet fellow dog lovers, learn new tricks and dine with your dog for the day. Animal themed events is a new and exciting emerging trend as we have seen with the Owl Café, Fox restaurant and Pig-nic and in honour of this M will be opening their doors to canines once a month with a new theme for each brunch.

Last winter saw the arrival of a unique dining and drinking concept in the heart of London’s City. Situated on the iconic Threadneedle Street, home to the Bank of England, M is an innovative and versatile 15,000 square foot space. M is the first solo project from Martin Williams, who left his role as Managing Director of Gaucho Restaurants after almost a decade with the company, to establish his own restaurant group.

M Restaurants – who let the dogs out – again!

Doggy Disco Brunch Party at M Restaurants

Saturday 27th June 2015

£25 per person plus one dog



2-3 Threadneedle Walk

60 Threadneedle Street


EC2 8HP W: