Notting Hill restaurant Pomona’s has announced that booking is officially open for their upcoming DOGA brunch on 22nd July.
In the morning, enjoy dog-inspired 90-minute yoga class with your furry best friend, followed by a delicious brunch in the sunshine – with special dog treats for Fido.
The class will take place in the private Gallery Room and curated by professional instructor Manhy Djahanguiri. DOGA is a human yoga practise that helps support and strengthen the natural bond between owner and pet. It is also known to calm dogs and is particularly useful for injured, elderly or obese pooches.
For brunch there’s a range of dishes from chef Wolfe Conyngham including smoked salmon and scrambled eggs; sourdough topped with smashed avocado and poached eggs; Scotch pancakes with whipped mascarpone and berries or French toast with maple syrup and crispy bacon. There’s also chia seed smoothies or a refreshing Summer Spritz of Aperol, prosecco, rose syrup and cucumber.
Places are limited and tickets cost £35, including one person and one dog. Doga starts at 10.30am and brunch begins at 12pm. Call 020 7229 1503 to book your place.