We know how hard it is to find a good dog friendly place in London for your four-legged brother and your friends. And we don’t mean just the local pub that would let you sneak your pup. We’ve shortlisted some of the nicest places in Central London to go with your doggies without any problems or unhappy faces. And yes, they do let dogs inside.
Enjoy a fine ale, an expertly crafted cocktail or perhaps tuck into a rare breed beef burger in the buzzy atmosphere of the Ground Floor Bar of The Thomas Cubitt. The classic interior features open fireplaces, wooden floors, detailed panelling and a solid oak bar. Full floor-to-ceiling glass doors open out onto Elizabeth Street during warmer months, perfect to have a drink with your pup this summer.
Address: 44 Elizabeth Street, SW1W 9P
Uncluttered Italian food with the focus on quality ingredients, good service and value for money. Located in central London close to Fleet Street, the Law Courts and the river, this is an ideal restaurant for lunch and dinner.
Warm and lively with food over two floors, the place for a weekday set lunch, or drinks and shared plates with friends.
Address: 53-55 Beak St London W1F 9SH
An independent public house that serves freshly cooked food, they’re so dog friendly that they put this on their website homepage and love updating their Instagram followers with doggie photos.
Designed in 1884 by George Treacher of Treacher and Fisher, this traditional pub has two big screens in the main bar and one in the function room, so you can watch all of the main events from Sky Sports and ESPN together with your dog and friends.
Address: 88 Tooley Street London SE1 2TF
If you need a break from the City, where better than by the river, a glass in hand, whilst waiting for a nibble with your dog. The Oyster Shed is corker, looking out across the Thames to The Shard, the Tower of London and at the boats that should really stop for a pint at the bar. They’re currently not open during weekend, but it’s a great place for a Thursday or Friday evening with your doggie.
Address: Angel Lane, London EC4R 3AB
Just a stone’s throw from Tower Bridge in an historic area called Butler’s Wharf, teapod specialises in finest whole leaf teas, freshly ground coffee and fantastic locally sourced British produce. In past years, these warehouses were used to store teas and spices from all over the world. Today you can enjoy a cosy pot of tea with your four-legged bestie.
eaTalia is a small Italian delicatessen which serves continental breakfasts, freshly made paninis, salads and platters which you can enjoy with your dog. They also sell authentic Italian ingredients such as truffle oil, sauces and tapenades, various types of pasta and cakes.
Address: 94 Bermondsey Street SE1 3UB
Andrew Edmunds is one of those unique places that you must visit at least once. It’s considered one of the last bastions of ‘old Soho’. This 18thc. town house has, for almost 30 years, attracted many loyal customers. A relaxed atmosphere, seasonal menu and great wine list have ensured enduring popularity amongst dog owners.
Address: 46 Lexington Street, W1F 0LW
This traditional British pub in the heart of Soho is a handsomely restored old-school gem where the beer range is as refreshingly diverse as the bohemian crowd who savour it. Great for Sunday roast or evening drinks with your pup.
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