A new vegan cafe is opening in Glasgow that caters to everyone – including dogs!

Read Time:   |  25th September 2017

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A brand new vegan cafe is to launch in Glasgow which promises to cater to everyone – including your furry friends.

A new vegan cafe is opening in Glasgow that caters to everyone - including dogs!

Menu-wise the cafe are planning to serve a range of health-conscious vegan lunches, brunches, bowls and baked goods. Almost everything will be made in-house, and there will be a variety of coffees, juices and smoothies on offer too.

As well as offering a selection of vegan food for human customers, doggies can enjoy plant-based treats too.

Sales will support the Greyhound Trust 

Owners Amelia Dagger and Barry Nicolson said: “We’re dog owners ourselves and make healthy raw and baked treats for them at home, a selection of which will be available at the cafe.

“We plan to donate 10 per cent of sales to the retired Scottish Greyhound Sanctuary.”

Serenity Now Cafe will open in October at 380 Great Western Road, close to Kelvinbridge underground.


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