10 dog-friendly cafés across Australia

10 dog-friendly cafés across Australia

Brekky, brunch and bones are on the menu

Take your best friend to breakfast!

Love a cappuccino with your Cavoodle or a croissant with your French Bulldog? Here’s our pick of the top 10 dog-friendly cafés in Australia. You might just find your pup’s new favourite hangout…

#1 Dog House, Collingwood, Melbourne

Dog-House-Cafe Australia’s first dedicated dog cafe which is (lucky for us) human-friendly. Grab your bestie a dog loaf, brisket bone or turkey muffin and chase it all down with a signature dogachino.  Did we mention the wash, cut and dry area inside? Yep, your furry friends can get pampered while they wait for their meal. You’ll love the central location of this dog centred meetup spot and be sure to make instant friends with other adoring pet parents.  

#2 The Dog Cafe, Boronia, Melbourne

You’ll make a bunch of new fur friends at The Dog Cafe, Boronia, when you get there anytime between 9 am-4 pm Thursday through to Sunday. Think swimming pools, sandpits and lots of comfy couches scattered in their relaxed outdoor setting.  You can even book the venue to throw a doggy wedding or birthday party!  

#3 Snag & Brown, Annerley, Brisbane

With a dedicated dog play area out the back and puppychinos on the menu, Snag & Brown is a pawfect place to sip on a chai and spend quality time with your fur babies. 

#4 Ginger & Rose, New Farm, Brisbane 

Vegan treats for the hoomans and homemade doggy treats for your fur babies. Ginger & Rose make 90% of their products inhouse using locally sourced produce.  Boasting a large outdoor courtyard, doggie leash clips and a gorgeous menu of pooch treats, get along to this dog friendly hot spot. 

#5 Naked Brew, Erskineville, Sydney

This cafe is all about dogs. With a dedicated mini menu for your pooch featuring doggie doughnuts, Meat Mates good treats and Hello Puppy Pet Ice Cream. Order your favourite brew, pull up a pew and laze the day away. 

#6 Storehouse on the Park, Rushcutters Bay, Sydney 

torehouse-sydney-pet-weddings If their cute Dogustation menu isn’t enough to get you through the Storehouse doors, then we don’t know what will. This tranquil indoor and outdoor restaurant is a perfect spot to wet your whistle with a fresh juice after a big walk.  And you might even spot a doggy wedding!

#7 Bacchus Bar, Henly Beach, Adelaide

Located right on the esplanade simply imagine you and your fur baby enjoying the beautiful beach view in the hip atmosphere of Bacchus Bar.  They boast locally sourced produce on their menu and have a pooch-friendly park on offer. The beach plus good grub… what’s not to love?!

#8 FurBaby Cafe, Westminster, Perth

FurBaby Cafe is the place to head with your pooch in North Perth. They offer indoor and outdoor seating for you and your pooch so you don’t need to worry about rain dampening your doggy date. Furbabies feel as welcomed as part of the family – just as they should be. 

#9 Fox & Bow Cafe, Woden, Canberra

Choose from sunny and shady zones for your pooch and enjoy a welcoming vibe and water brought directly to the table for your pooch. Overflowing with milk crates set against a funky graffiti wall the coffee is as hot as the brunch vibe. Woof!

#10 Cafe Central, Rapid Creek, Darwin

Enjoy live music with your pooch? Cafe Central has pop-up musicians most weeks so you and your pet pal can relax.  With old fashioned service and a chilled atmosphere inside and outdoors, Cafe Central is the pawfect place to enjoy a lazy Sunday with your pet family. 

Looking for other things to do with your pooch? Check out our list of dog-friendly beaches across Australia.

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