Watch the heart-warming video taken yesterday for Milo’s Cafe opening day on Lake Forest Patch. Can’t wait to take my two little ones, and try some of that delicious looking healthy food! The rescue groups were there also with beautiful, loveable-looking, wanting-to-go-home-with-you dogs.
I can’t wait for the opening of Milos Cafe! The owner, Scott Sellman, projects the opening for 2-3 weeks from now. Take a look at the partial menu! Once you go to that page, you can download the full menu. Scott’s inspiration for this restaurant is his love for animals, good food, and health consciousness.
Listen to what a cool thing he’s doing. On the patio will be two pens for dogs to play, one for larger dogs, the other for smaller dogs. Rescue groups will be invited to bring their dogs to play in the pens as well, allowing them a chance for adoption. Customers who are considering adoption can see how their dog gets along with a rescue dog of interest. Both customers and rescue groups using the pens will be required to sign releases that their dogs have been vaccinated and will be responsible for the dogs’ behavior.
He’s attracted a great chef, Michael Pedersen, who has a wealth of credentials, including Planet Hollywood, HI; Riviera Country Club, Pacific Palisades; Hotel Nikko, Culinary Concepts, and more.
Scott has created strong relationships with dog charities all because of the adoption of his two dogs on the same day, Milo and Jake. Milo is a mix of American Bulldog and Sharpei. Jake is a pug, and both were adopted on the same day in February, 2009. Brave dad! Both are graduates of PetSmart obedience school, but Jake has aspirations to be an actor and furthered his education by attending Hollywood Paws in, where else? Hollywood.
These dogs are very hip and today, sharing a Facebook page with Scott. Go over and ‘like’ them and keep updated on their interesting lives and Milos Cafe news. www.Facebook.com/MilosCafe.