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Doggie Happy Hour at Coup d'Etat

We don't know why this dog is dressed as Napoleon, but it's dogs, and drinking, together at Coup d'Etat. French revolution attire optional.

We don't know why this dog is dressed as Napoleon, but it's dogs, and drinking, together at Coup d'Etat. French revolution attire optional.

When I was a kid, our normally mild-mannered mutt Tippy tried to CHEW THROUGH A DOOR because we went to a street festival without her. Tippy had never chewed through a door before. We didn't know Tippy was capable of chewing through a door. But Tippy, oh wise mutt that she was, understood English (she also hid when it was time to go to the vet and sat in the car for hours when it was time to go to the cabin). 

What I'm trying to say is that Tippy knew we had gone to a party. Without her. Now, is that any way to treat your best friend? 

Dogs like parties too, people. And since happy hour is the closest thing we can get to a party on any ordinary Tuesday, you know we gotta go to happy hour. Don't leave Tippy, or Fido, or Bruce Willis, or Gary, or Napoleon behind (those are all dog names, but you can bring your human friends too). 

July 21 is Le Doggie Revolution at Coup d'Etat, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., when you can unleash (see what we did there?) your inner dog-plus- drinking friendliness.