Enjoy a cuppa at The Foxy Tail while your dog gets a free puppuccino

A new dog-friendly coffee and prosecco bar is giving away puppuccino’s and helping to raise money for Antrim’s Animal Sanctuary.

By Claire Cartmill
Wednesday, 5th May 2021, 1:38 pm
Tazmin Lyttle, Davy Lyttle and Alanna Evans with Soda and Nava
Tazmin Lyttle, Davy Lyttle and Alanna Evans with Soda and Nava

The Foxy Tail, a fully equipped, state of the art mobile van is currently based in The Stormont Hotel car-park.

Owner Davy Lyttle is excited about his new business venture, which is proving popular for corporate events, weddings and private parties. 

Davy explained: “The Foxy Tail already has a loyal customer base and people travel far and wide to buy our quality coffees and of course for those who are dog owners, we ensure that their pooches get a free puppuccino, but welcome donations to Antrim’s Animal Sanctuary.

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Tazmin Lyttle with Soda and Nava

“We are a family run business and I’m so grateful that Tazmin and Alanna, who work every day at The Foxy Tail, are super creative with our marketing strategy and create the unique little touches, such as the puppucinno’s, the van’s interior decor, even the branded coats for dogs which make us different to other coffee takeaway vans. Even after a hard day’s work, the girls come home and start baking for the following day.  

“We are also indebted to Aileen Martin and the team from The Stormont Hotel for allowing us to use their car-park, whilst the hotel has been closed to the public, to adhere to Covid regulations.  We will still be based at The Stormont Hotel car-park for the next few weeks, then we will be travelling to various locations around Northern Ireland, including music festivals and weddings, where we will team up with Lynsey and Allyson from Charm Wedding Studio who sprinkle a little finesse and theme each of these special occasions to perfection.”

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