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Park-9 is ready to paw-ty

We’re unleashing the details of New England’s first dog bar Park-9.

The ears of a white and brown dog looking at the off-leash area inside Park-9.

City Editor Jess’ dog checking out the off-leash area of Park-9.

Photo by BOStoday team

Let’s give a round of a-paws — the first dog bar in New England is officially open. The space at 48 Waters Ave. in Everett is the pawfect place for dogs + humans to have a doggone good time under one woof.

City Editor Jess and her dog Reyna went to the preview paw-ty — make sure you follow our Instagram to see how it went. Before you go sniff it out for yourself, here’s what you need to know about Park-9.

You don’t have to have a dog to go. Solo humans get in for free + memberships or day-passes are available for the doggos at $10-$15 per day.

Pet parents must register their pooches + upload all required documents on Gingr. Dogs that have incomplete profiles will have to stay outside of the bar.

All dog breeds are welcome in the three areas — the indoor on-leash section and 5,000-sqft off-leash area, which extends to an outdoor fenced-in turf area. There will also be a dedicated space for small pups (under 25 pounds) at select times.

Park Rangers are stationed inside the off-leash area to help monitor off-leash play closely and break up any conflicts.

The Bob Barker charity cocktail inside Park-9 dog bar.

Sip on The Bob Barker charity cocktail inside Park-9 dog bar.

Photo by BOStoday team

There are two bars for the thirsty humans to check out and a variety of cocktails, beers + wines to sip in both areas. Pro tip: Order The Bob Barker charity cocktail, which supports Sweet Paws Rescue. Don’t forget your dog while at the bar — order a dog brew or a treat like the “Good Dog Flight,” featuring a dog beer and a beer mug cookie.

There is free parking available on the street + a public parking lot at 1 Rivergreen Dr.

Curious where else you can bring you pup along in our city? Check out our dog-friendly guide.

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