Your dog is like your best friend. But you wouldn’t want to leave your best friend outside while you go for a quick bite to eat. Luckily, more and more restaurants are embracing their wild side and allowing both you and your pooch to dine in style!
This traditional French Brasserie in the heart of Islington serves their own dog biscuits for our furry friends, while you can enjoy some of the finest food, or fresh coffee.
The best meal of the day has to be afternoon tea. And afternoon tea is always better with dogs. At The Egerton, afternoon tea is served in their Dining Room, where they serve treats such as homemade dog biscuits, chicken and beef meatloaf and to finish, dog ice cream. And the treats don’t stop there. Dogs also get to take home a special chew toy!
M Restaurants is the new favourite haunt for your furry best friend. The venue is throwing a whole range of unique event such as a Doggy Disco, where guests can enjoy brunch, while the pooches play games and hit the dance floor and get those paws in the groove.
Great news-all Drake and Morgan bars are now dog-friendly! In fact, they love dogs so much that they have special themed crockery, and even animal friendly Pawsecco (Prosecco)-we will certainly raise a glass to that!
Soho’s renowned French restaurant is the place to really treat your furry best friend. L’Escargot doesn’t serve any ordinary dog treats. Not only can you choose the flavour of your dog’s meal, but it is all Canagan, which mimics your dog’s ancestral diet. During your visit keep your eyes peeled for resident Pooch Doris.
After a long walk in Ealing’s luscious green fields, Soane’s is the perfect place to rest tired feet and paws.
The quirky Mayfair venue just became even cooler in our eyes as dogs are welcome downstairs in the Parlour.
Looking for more than just dinner with your canine friend? Then head down to the Sofitel London St James, a fully dog-friendly hotel where you can treat yourself and your pooch to a night of luxury.
This dog-friendly pub in North London is the perfect place for a mid-walk rest. Take a seat in the enclosed garden, or head downstairs to enjoy some hearty meals to refuel.