Dog Friendly Bars in Brighton
There's nothing like sippin' away on something delicious with your favourite four legged friend in tow. Brighton is a huge fan of the pooch, welcoming that little fella into so many of its bars and pubs - stop off at our top picks for dog friendly bars in Brighton next time you're out walking your faithful hound and enjoy a glass of something tasty.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
Four legged friends are welcomed into the Marlborough Pub & Theatre with open arms. One of Brighton's favourite pubs and event spaces, their relaxed attitude to dogs is a serious selling point for many; bring your pup to the pub and enjoy a pint with your best pal.
A family friendly pub in Hove, The Connaught welcomes dogs and children throughout the day. When a sunny day hits, it would be a shame to leave 'em behind - The Connaught then, stands as a charming spot for hearty pub grub, refreshing beverages and its laid back approach to its clientele. A top choice for a dog friendly pub in Brighton.
Something of an old school boozer in Seven Dials, The Shakespeare's Head welcomes pups of all ilk: wonderfully laid back, guests are welcome to bring their faithful hound into the bar area, or let the guy off the lead in the beer garden during the summer months. Charming!
A charming Kemptown tea shop, Metrodeco is a fabulous stop off for pups - they're absolutely barking mad for the fellas! Serving up a selection of gourmet dog treats and other such doggie delights, the guys at Metrodeco take dog-lovin' pretty damn seriously. Something to celebrate? They'll organise a dog party for your four legged friend, ensuring your pup is the centre of attention and helping you both celebrate in style. Easily one of the most dog friendly bars in Brighton.
Allowing well behaved hounds into the bar area, The Hampton Arms is another favourite on our list of dog friendly bars in Brighton. Understandably, our four legged friends are not allowed into the restaurant part of the venue, but they are free to roam the bar area and get chatting to the friendly locals who frequent this town centre spot.