Tater Tot the pit bull sips on some Bowser Beer, a nonalcoholic, broth-based concoction for dogs at Tahyo Tavern. The French Quarter eatery helps support animal rescue work.
Tater Tot the pit bull sips on some Bowser Beer, a nonalcoholic, broth-based concoction for dogs at Tahyo Tavern. The French Quarter eatery helps support animal rescue work. J.T. Blatty The Advocate
Tater Tot the pit bull sips on some Bowser Beer, a nonalcoholic, broth-based concoction for dogs at Tahyo Tavern. The French Quarter eatery helps support animal rescue work. J.T. Blatty The Advocate

Your dog can have a ‘beer’ at New Orleans eatery owned by famous sisters

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