First things first: yes, someone really did bring their dog into a restaurant. And yes, they really did place an order for that dog.
And honestly, this dog is eating better than us on our worst days.
The order was sent back to the kitchen as follows:
1 Beef Burger
And then had a few notes attached:
This is for a dog
No salt, no oil, no seasoning, no pepper
Absolutely plain, no toppings, no garnishes
No bacon, no pickles, no onion, no bread, no lettuce
No side salad
Just the plain pattie-this is for a dog
my friend is the chef at an extremely fancy nyc restaurant and this is an order he received today https://t.co/tA1fWWSOjo— Anna Silman (@Anna Silman)1558999378.0
That dog just likes its meat.
There are some fun, quirky things about this order, such as the egregious number of times "type in" is listed:
@annaesilman @libbycwatson I’m assuming any of the extra messages are just automatically put under “type in” but I… https://t.co/tFIAwVwj0a— Hannah Cruickshank (@Hannah Cruickshank)1559001990.0
The double emphasis on "this is for a dog":
@annaesilman i love that they wrote "this is for a dog" not once, but TWICE— Jenna Amatulli (@Jenna Amatulli)1559001288.0
@annaesilman @bugcounter This happens more often than you think.— kathryn (@kathryn)1559001543.0
@annaesilman @kalesalad I worked at a place in Silver Lake (Los Angeles) and we had a Dog Menu. No joke. Part of my… https://t.co/tio4ePfXCW— SuperJude™ (@SuperJude™)1559000779.0
@annaesilman He protec He attac But mostly He want a la carte snacc— 🍬LOLLY HOE🍬 (@🍬LOLLY HOE🍬)1559006728.0
@no_such_zone @annaesilman @thesarahkelly It's for a dog, man. Does cost matter??— Lance Sanders (@Lance Sanders)1559007540.0
@whenjontweets @annaesilman @gunnerpunner I think it might be for a dog— Tom Schroeder (@Tom Schroeder)1559005246.0
@whenjontweets @annaesilman @gunnerpunner They really should've specified if it was for a dog— Tom Schroeder (@Tom Schroeder)1559005537.0
Not to mention how seriously picky this pupper is.
@annaesilman @lizzieohreally does the dog talk to it's owner to make sure the patty isn't salted?— Greg (@Greg)1558999543.0
@annaesilman A Rez dog, ”Rich dog problems.” https://t.co/UmQmic7rBk— Michelle Shining Elk (@Michelle Shining Elk)1559019460.0
@annaesilman Friend of mine takes his dog to Arby’s once a week for whatever the hell it is they serve. Never gets… https://t.co/eWgVTDIfAJ— Memetic War Conscientious Objector (@Memetic War Conscientious Objector)1559026486.0
@annaesilman @ChrisDStedman Wait- is the dog by themselves? Only one guest listed.— @DCHomos (@@DCHomos)1559006293.0
@annaesilman @bugcounter Given that any dog would cheerfully eat half a rotting deer carcass then roll around in it, this seems a bit fussy.— Brendan A. Niemira (@Brendan A. Niemira)1559002784.0
The only information available about this restaurant from the OP is that it is an "extremely fancy NYC restaurant."
@annaesilman @ericgeller Anytime I drop by In and Out, they know me and my dog well enough to include a burger patt… https://t.co/ogIunNqyFU— Not That Steve-O (@Not That Steve-O)1559003586.0
@annaesilman I do the same thing at my favorite places. My favorite spot even jokes with me and calls it "Caesar's… https://t.co/PnkOfUfi6d— Reality TV Bliss (@Reality TV Bliss)1559074927.0
@annaesilman @lizzieohreally I was at The Cliffs in Laguna Beach this weekend and they had a full menu for dogs. No… https://t.co/vYNgtVgMf9— Paprikapink (@Paprikapink)1558999640.0
@annaesilman tell him that I, the dog-pretender, enjoyed the burger immensely— Jason Linkins (@Jason Linkins)1559012743.0
@annaesilman @thedirtbird I'm so confused. Wouldn't it be easier to just.... Cook it yourself?— Jeremy Hercules 🇧🇧🇵🇷🏳️🌈 (@Jeremy Hercules 🇧🇧🇵🇷🏳️🌈)1559002530.0
@HerculesJeremy @annaesilman Or.... get dog food?— Lizzy (@Lizzy)1559002562.0
We hope the unidentified pupper enjoyed his or her cooked meat. Next time, wouldn't it be easier just to bring your own dog treats? Then he can have it just the way he likes it. Or better yet, put that dog to work, and he can make his own meals.