And finally… pedigree chump

A new fine-dining restaurant has opened in a trendy part of San Francisco, catering exclusively to an unlikely clientele – dogs.

Dogue, based in the city’s rapidly gentrifying Mission District, offers dogs a three-course tasting menu for $75 (around €75 or £67), the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

The meals include “hand-cut filet mignon tartare topped with a poached quail egg” and “wild venison heart”, as well as dog-friendly pastries.

Rahmi Massarweh, owner and chef, said: “For me and my wife, there’s nothing we wouldn’t do for our family, for our dogs. They give us so much. The most I can do is make them a meal that looks good.”

San Francisco has the third highest level of income inequality in the US after New York and Chicago. Its highest earners make more on average than in any other US city.

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