Dog Friendly Bars in Glasgow
It's a dog's life eh? Well no, not really. Not if they don't get to enjoy the great pleasures in life; fantastic restaurants, great bars, meeting the girls for cocktails or watching the match with the lads. But luckily for Glasgow pooches, the city is one pro-pup place. From cool and relaxed restaurants, to cosy pubs and sunny beer gardens, there's loads of dog-friendly city spots for you to visit with your favourite furry friend. So next time you're parched with your pup, there's no need to take the little guy home, check out our list of the best places to take your dog in Glasgow - you'll probably find that many bars actually prefer you to come with a little tail-wagging companion.
Last updated on 27th February 2018
With a giant outdoor patio, Brel offers more than enough space for you and your favourite fuzzy friend to run around. Head to this dog-friendly Glasgow pub and restaurant for delicious food and drink, and lots of doggy-socialising.
Big dogs, small dogs, fluffy dogs and bald dogs - all are welcome at this dog-friendly Glasgow bar and pizzeria. Bring pooch down for cocktails and a couple of slices of Glasgow's finest pizzas.
Don't let the clean white walls of this Southside eatery deter you, they're more than happy to to host your mucky pup. Stop in to this dog-friendly Glasgow restaurant for a post-walkies coffee and some vegetarian and vegan eats.
One of the most dog-friendly bars in Glasgow, just one look at the Inn Deep social media posts and you know you've got some serious canine fans on your hand. Bring your pooch along for delicious beer and complimentary biscuits (biscuits are for doggies only unfortunately).
The Bungo is a dog-friendly bar on Glasgow's Southside. As a sister bar of The Left Bank, The Bungo is equally mutt-mad as its West End counterpart and will welcome dogs in its cool Glasgow bar to soak up some vibes and do some doggy mingling.
The Left Bank is a dog friendly bar and restaurant in the West End. A chic hang out that's big on great food and stylish surroundings, but low on airs, graces and pretension, The Left Bank is the perfect place for you and your pooch to drink and dine in peace.
The Ben Nevis loves dogs so much they even have their own Dogs of the Ben calendar. This dog friendly pub in Argyle Street is the perfect watering hole for a pup who's into his whisky, his live sessions and his fireside banter -owners are welcome too, as long as they're well-behaved of course.
Like many of us, Sloans actually find dogs preferable to most humans, so feel free to rock up to this dog-friendly Glasgow institution with your favourite pooch proudly on display.
This place is still one of the most dog friendly bars in Glasgow because not only are dogs allowed inside West, but the brewery bar also boasts an amazing beer garden overlooking Glasgow Green. Take your dog for a stroll in the park then reward yourselves with a pint of the freshest beer in town afterwards, in one of the coolest bars and most spacious beer gardens in Glasgow.
The best place to snap some cute pics of your pooch next to some pretty flowers, In Bloom is a friend of the animals through and through. With delicious cakes, coffees and vegan dishes, this dog-friendly cafe in Glasgow is the perfect place for you and your favourite furry pal to kick back and relax.
The Innis & Gunn Beer Kitchen on Ashton Lane are the first to admit how barking mad they are about dogs. If anything, a pooch companion is preferable at this super dog-friendly Glasgow bar.
Not content with just serving up delicious seafood and crafty cocktails, The Finnieston want to make sure your dog doesn't miss out on any of the action. Join the swanky joint for everything from brunch through to more than 50 types of gin and an atmosphere your canine companion will love.
This dog friendly Glasgow bar is a great stopping off point if you and your mutt are in the mood for tasty Southern-inspired food, tasty cocktails and live music.
One of the best dog friendly bars in Glasgow, Six°North is the perfect spot to pick up some exciting Belgian brews as well as a selection of the UK's finest beers and some delicious grub.
The gang at the Kelvingrove cafe love dogs so much they even named a cocktail after a couple of their regular fur-balls. Head down to this gorgeous West End watering hole for delicious food and a glass or two of canine-inspired cocktail.
The Dude was always a pretty cool guy, so of course his bar, Lebowski's is a dog friendly bar on Glasgow. Where better to chill with man's best friend than an Argyle Street bar with a dedication to White Russians and big burgers? Just don't tell him about the hotdogs though, yeah?
It's all in the name really. BrewDog is a cool craft beer bar in the West End that also happens to be a dog friendly bar too. So if you and your mutt are looking for great beers, great views and great vibes, you're booth welcome at this fun, easy-going West End bar.
The Belle is a chic country pub meets city boozer in Glasgow's West End and one of the most dog friendly bars in Glasgow. Let your dog live the highlife in gentrified surroundings as you hang out in one of the coolest pubs in Glasgow.
Always a good shout for a Friday night session with your mates, The Hillhead Bookclub is also one of the perfect spots in Glasgow to take your dog. Head down for a Sunday afternoon pint, a Saturday brunch or even a mid-week cocktail with your favourite furry friend in tow.
Dogs are always welcome at this West End pub. Make a day of it and take your pooch for a stroll around the botanic gardens, then head to this warm and friendly pub for good beer and even better grub.
It's already one of the most cool and quirky bars in Glasgow, so it's little wonder that fun Glasgow City Centre bar, The Flying Duck is cool enough to be a dog friendly bar too. Your wee pup will love this fun party bar - especially if he's a fan of free toast.
There's nothing dogs love more than sausages and the great outdoors, and Bavaria Brauhaus has both. With delicious bratwurst and an outdoor beer garden prefect for those sunny days, it's a great bar to take your dog to in Glasgow.