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Lost Dog Cafe

  • Address:
    1690A Anderson Rd.
    Tysons, VA 22102
  • Phone:
    (703) 356-5678
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The Lost Dog Café, started in Arlington, and has rescued, sponsored and placed hundreds of abandoned and unwanted animals over the past 13 years. The decor of the Lost Dog Café and Gourmet Pizza Deli is a dog-lover's dream. In addition to many small portraits of saved dogs, the cafe diplays many large, colorful, whimsical dog-themed murals. It will take many visits to sample the entire menu, and just as many to discover and appreciate the extensive decor.