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Old Posted Sep 23, 2009, 8:12 AM
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Dogs could be joining diners at S.A. eateries

Web Posted: 09/23/2009 12:00 CDT

Dogs could be joining diners at S.A. eateries

By Brian Chasnoff
- Express-News

John McClung first noticed it at establishments in Europe and more recently in cities such as Seattle and San Francisco: People were eating on restaurant patios with their dogs.

As co-owner of the North Side restaurant Los Patios, McClung knew it was against state law to do so here.

“But the rules also say that individual municipalities can vary those rules,” said McClung, who's also an attorney, “provided basic health, safety and sanitation are met.”

About a month ago, he brought the idea to City Councilman John Clamp, who was a bit taken aback.

“I said, ‘What? What is that? Are dogs going to have menus?'” Clamp joked.

He quickly came around, and now the city could join Austin and Dallas in mixing its canines and culinary delights. Clamp said Tuesday that council members could approve a dog-friendly restaurant ordinance as early as next month to provide variances from state law.
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Old Posted Sep 23, 2009, 1:29 PM
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I always thought they could be outdoors at restaurants. We see them on the River Walk all the time and at Panchitos at Quarry. Well I hope gets approved. I could see this being a bit of a problem in the future for dog-owners if they are walking on the Museum Reach and want to stop off a grab a bite to eat.
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