Celebrate National Dog Day, August 26, at 7 Mile House in Brisbane – New ‘Dog Lover’s Menu’ and a party on the patio!

7 Mile House is excited to invite new customers to dine on the patio with an addition to the family menu for the “canine kids” in our lives. With the opening of their heated patio last year, the opportunity to allow customers to bring their dogs out for a meal or drink was a natural next step.


Owner Vanessa Garcia has dogs in her own family, as do many of the staff at 7 Mile House, who all contributed to conceptualizing and creating a special dog menu that includes an appetizer, 5 entrees and even dessert!


With 7 Mile House being located at the foot of San Bruno Mountain State Park, and a short drive from the Candlestick Point State Recreation Area, planning an outing with your dog(s) for a full day of fun and having a meal at 7 Mile House together, will be everyone’s favorite weekend activity.

View from the top of San Bruno Mountain Ridge Trail. 7 Mile House is located just 5 minutes away.

View from the top of San Bruno Mountain Ridge Trail. 7 Mile House is located just 5 minutes away.

We’d also like to invite you and your readers to a party on our patio for National Dog Day, Wednesday August 26, a special day for our furry friends! Doggie parties are available with reservations, and $1 from each dog entree purchased will be donated to a local shelter. Now the entire family, dogs included, can enjoy 7 Mile House for the great food, live music, and be part of its 162 year old history.


If you have further questions, or want to schedule an interview with Vanessa please let me know, thanks in advance! paloma(at)papalodown.com

About 7 Mile House: Established in 1853, the historic 7 Mile House is a family restaurant, sports bar, and live music venue, serving up a unique mix of homestyle Italian/American/Filipino food. Located in the San Francisco/Bay Area for over 160 years, 7 Mile House is the only mile house left standing in its original location; and has a colorful history from its rebel days in the 1800s, to a trucker/biker hangout, and an infamous sports gambling joint in the 80s. Today, they are the most popular restaurant and bar in the neighborhood boasting great food, drinks, sports via satellite and live entertainment every single night.