The Happy Dog, a restaurant located in the Gordon Square District of Cleveland, Ohio, prides itself on providing live music, good food and tasty cocktails to patrons.
The menu here centers around “the dog,” a quarter pound hot dog. Veggie sausage dogs are also available for vegetarians and vegans. Dogs are only $5 each and come with your choice of dozens of toppings. Sides of french fries and tater tots also come custom-made with toppings of your choice for only $3 per serving. Some toppings do cost extra.
“Dog” Toppings are a Plenty
My “Dog” With Egg, Mac & Cheese, Tomatoes
The Happy Dog was the location for the August Ohio Blogging Association (OBA) meet up in Cleveland. At Thursday’s meeting Alicia (OBA Cleveland Chapter President) organized a round table discussion to pose questions regarding blogging and “What can happen when you take your online relationships offline?”
As always the evening was filled with fun and enlightening conversation — mostly centered around blogging. One of the aspects of OBA I have come to appreciate is I never feel pressure at the meetings. It can be nerve-wracking meeting new people for the first time, but for the most part the events have been very casual. I also very much enjoy exploring new areas of Cleveland – both sights and eats – through OBA events.
Bloggers in attendance were:
- Alicia from Poise in Parma
- Amanda from Clue into Cleveland
- Amie from My Retro Kitchen
- Cleveland Chick from Happiness is a Hot Pierogi
- Dave from Health Insurance Issues with Dave & Again? Really?
- Jeff from My Future Past
- Jen from Why CLE?
- Julie from Am I There Yet
- Julie from ROJ Running
- Kasey from A Kase Of…
- Kristian from Adventures of a trapped 300 pound man & Ohio Festivals
- Laura from far-flung travels
- Reanna from Big Shot Dot The I
- Sarah from Cooker Girl
The OBA is FREE to join and open to any Ohio-based bloggers. Stay in the loop on event announcements by reading Poise in Parma (written by the OBA Cleveland Chapter President Alicia) and through the OBA Facebook and Twitter pages.