The Lost Dog Café has rescued, sponsored and placed hundreds of abandoned and unwanted animals over the past 13 years.
The Original provides its customers a relaxed atmosphere with over 250 bottle selections.
South Arlington marked the growth of the Lost Dog Café in Arlington, as Pam & Ross (owners of North) invited Arlington locals and previous Lost Dog North Employees Jim & Mike Barnes, Wes Clough and Mike Danner to assist them in increasing their paw print of Lost Dog Café to the Southside of Arlington. A newly expanded store in January of 2012, this location provides local patrons 18 taps and over 300 bottle selections.
The newest Lost Dog Café in Dunn Loring is NOW OPEN! Led by General Manager Brandon Irby, and supported by owners Wes, Jim, Mike B. and Mike D. who have been part of our Lost Dog family for many years and have a personal understanding of what makes Lost Dog Café so special to its valued customers.Free Valet parking every Tuesday through Saturday night from 6-10pm! Valet location is at the intersection of Halstead Square Road and Mia's Way.
Opened in January of 2011, the McLean location was been embraced by locals and lunch goers alike. Known as the restaurant by the hidden Safeway, it provides customers with 14 taps and over 250 bottle selections, along with an awesome atmosphere of art murals documenting the timeline of McLean’s growth.