Bark Social Announces February 2021 Opening Date

Bark Social Announces February 2021 Opening Date

Bark Social, the first “dog bar” in the Mid-Atlantic region, recently shared an updated opening date of February 2021 in the caption of an instagram post.  In this caption, they also hinted at the possibility of multiple locations in the future.

Bark Social will be located in Pike & Rose adjacent to Rose Park and next to Julii and Jinya. The venue will consist of a 25,000 square foot dog park plus a 2,500 square foot climate controlled clubhouse.

Members can look forward to accessing amenities such as TV and WiFi, a dog treat bar with puppy ice cream and pupsicles, dog wash stations, a puppy boutique and will offer events such as dog yoga, Yappy hours, singles nights, dog birthday parties, and even a Halloween dog costume contest.

Bark Social offers Daily, Monthly, and Annual memberships and offers discounts to the dogs of frontline workers, teachers, federal government employees, and active duty military– humans are always free!

Featured rendering courtesy of Bark Social’s website.

By: Michelle Katz @pike.and.rozay

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Michelle Katz
Michelle Katz has lived in MoCo for most of her life– she was born and raised in the Gaithersburg area and now lives in Rockville. ⁣ ⁣ She is currently a high school art teacher in MCPS. In addition to teaching and working at the MoCoShow, Michelle also runs a local instagram account, @pike.and.rozay, where she features food photography from restaurants in Pike & Rose and the surrounding area. ⁣ ⁣ She is passionate about supporting local businesses and enjoys the opportunity to help keep everyone in the MoCo community informed.

3 Comments on "Bark Social Announces February 2021 Opening Date"

  1. When will this open for sure? The delay opening is making me doubtful of purchasing a membership if it isn’t a sure thing it will ever open

    • Allison K Winslow | December 20, 2020 at 7:09 pm | Reply

      The delayed opening is due to all the red tape of dear old Montgomery County plus the current situation. I wouldn’t be hesitant.

  2. Allison K Winslow | December 20, 2020 at 7:10 pm | Reply

    The delayed opening is due to all the red tape of dear old Montgomery County plus the current situation. I wouldn’t be hesitant.

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