20 Pet Friendly Pubs and Restaurants in London

By Sameer Kapoor on Feb 03, 2016
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Pets make a great company! From being faithful, loyal and loving to us, they also serve as a perfect company for evenings. While most of the restaurants and bars in London disallow the pets to follow their caretakers for dinner, there are still some of the very good restaurants that assure quality times spent with your beloved creatures. The other thing that attracts the pet lovers to restaurants that allow them to enter is that here they can expect to meet other pet lovers here and thus find new company for the evenings. Here is a list of some of the much acclaimed restaurants in London that allow your pets to follow you while you are having your meal:

1. Gaucho Hampstead's Doggy Sunday Brunch, London

Address: Gaucho Hampstead, 64 Heath Street, NW3 1DN

This place is known for its Doggy Sunday brunch party on the first Sunday of every month. While you will enjoy your meal, your pet will think what to choose out of a three-course set menu at £35, including a cocktail or glass of champagne, ceviche, Argentine beef, and pudding. Rest assured that your pet will be given complimentary pet nutritionist-approved beef and chicken empanadas, a water bowl and a goodie bag to take home.

2. The Bell, Walthamstow

Address: 617 Forest Road, Walthamstow, London E17 4NE

The Bell is the most popular pub located in Walthamstow. After the change of its ownership in 2013, this pub today claims to offer a delectable gastropub menu, eight hand pulled ales, wood panelling, exposed brickwork and an open fire. Your dogs here will be treated with a Boneo!

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3. The Society Club, Soho

Address: 12 Ingestre Pl, London W1F 0JF

The quaint little but pretty pub attracts the pet owners with its bookstore, gallery and members club. You can ask your dear company to sit and wait for you while you gorge on your pulp fiction.

4. The Red Lion and Sun, London

Address: The Red Lion and Sun Public House, 25 North Road, London N6 4BE

Located across Hampstead Heath, this pub assures you with a great evening with your pet. Here, your pet will be made to feel really special as the owners take photos of all their canine regulars, including house dog Sylvester and Kate Moss's dog Archie the Anvil. Your pets here will be spoilt for choices with pig's ears and fresh water.

5. The Abbeville, London

Address: The Abbeville, 67-69 Abbeville Road, SW4 9JW

This pub has a rural feel with a host of eccentric regulars and an open fire in winter. The best part of its menu is its slow-cooked lamb shoulder tagine (£14.50), that is made from ingredients sourced from the pub's own farm in Hampshire. Ask for a bowl to water your pet friend.

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6. The Mucky Pup, Islington

Address: 39 Queen’s Head Street, Islington, London, N1 8NQ

This Islington pun is the officially acclaimed UK’s Most Dog Friendly Pub by Dogs Trust. Located off Essex Road, this pub offers a great time for punters and their pooches as they can enjoy real ales, home cooked grub, pool, darts and a free juke box!

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7. Newman Street Tavern, London

Address: Newman Street Tavern, 48 Newman Street, London W1T 1QQ

Located at a turn around the famous Regent’s Park in London, the Newman Street Tavern offers you a rural ambience that goes along well with its British menu. You will have to make a prior booking if you wish to have a good table with your pet here!

8. The Thomas Cubitt, Belgravia

Address: 44 Elizabeth St, London SW1W 9PA

Although this pub cum dining space might seem too pricey to enter, yet it is quite a favourite with the pooches of the town. Located in the posh upmarket Belgravia, this bar allows dogs in the downstairs. As for the interiors of the whole bar, it feels amazing with its country house look, open fireplaces, bohemian oak floors and detailed panelling.  

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9. Hare & Billet, LondonAddress: Hare and Billet, 1A Hare and Billet Road, London SE3 0QJ

Hare and Billet is renowned to be pet friendly ever since 1600s. Along with a great company here, you can find delectable seasonal, rustic grub with a good range of ales and rabbit and wild mushroom pie.  

10. Andrew Edmunds, London

Address: Andrew Edmunds, 46 Lexington Street, London W1F 0LW

Andrew Edmunds is an 18th Century townhouse that allows pets to share that dinner with you. Located in the old Soho area, this place also offers meaty dishes for your pooch.

11. The White Hart, Barnes

Address: The Terrace, Riverside, Barnes, London SW13 0NR

While walking along the banks of River Thames, do stop at this dog-friendly pub in beautiful Barnes. Grab one of the tables along the waterside or you can just enjoy your afternoon in its classic, contemporary interior.

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12. The Price Arthur, London

Address: 95 Forest Road, London E8 3BH

This pub offers a great Sunday lunch with its seasonal food from select quality farms. Its three-course Christmas menu (£29.50), includes Yorkshire venison as a starter and rabbit and wood pigeon terrine and free range Lincolnshire turkey as mains. A bowl of water for your furry friend is available.

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13. The Avalon, Balham

Address: 16 Balham Hill, Balham, London, SW12 9EB

The dog friendly Avalon pub and dining rooms in Balham is the perfect pub for spending your time with pooch. The best to choose variety includes free-range pork, lamb and chicken from their farm, sustainable fish, sourced from the coast and brilliant beef.

14. The Westbourne, Notting Hill

Address: 101 Westbourne Park Villas, London W2 5ED

One of the favourites with locals and their four-legged friends, this pub offers a menu includes Maldon Rock Oysters with Bloody Mary Salsa, Braised Pheasant and some delectable desserts.

15. The Wells, Hampstead

Address: 30 Well Walk, London NW3 1BX

Dogs are welcomed with a treat and a bowl of water in the ground floor bar of this popular Hampstead haunt. Beware that this pub might be too crowded on weekends, so make prior booking!

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16. The Crown & Two Chairman, Soho, London

Address: 31-32 Dean St, London W1D 3SB

Great beers, wines and a tasty pub grub, it’s the perfect spot to chill with your faithful friend.

17. The Junction Tavern, Kentish Town

Address: 101 Fortess Road, Kentish Town, London NW5 1AG

This beautiful old Victorian pub in Kentish Town welcomes pets and pet owners to spend some quality time together. Here, you can either enjoy your drink inside or sit out in the conservatory or beer garden on sunny afternoons!

18. Rosemary Branch, Islington

Address: 2 Shepperton Road, London N1 3DT

This cosy dog-friendly pub with theatre upstairs is run by Landlady and dog lover Lucy. It takes all the extra miles in making your pet comfortable by offering blankets and bowls of water.

19. Bull & Last, Hampstead

Address: 168 Highgate Rd, London NW5 1QS 

Located near Hampstead Heath, this gastro pub is an ideal place for your pet to relax after a long walk. The place’s popularity can be judged from the fact that it an award winning pub.

20. Princess Victoria, Shepherd's Bush

Address: 217 Uxbridge Road, London W12 9DH

Built in 1829, this building was originally a Victoria Gin Palace. After falling into disrepair it was restored to its former glory and went straight to the top of Time. Dogs are welcome in the bar here.

So which of these pet friendly pubs in London have you been to? Let us know.

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