Best Dog-Friendly Bars And Pubs In London

Dog lovers, we know it's heartbreaking to have to leave your pup at home all the time. But you know what? There are plenty of places across the city that welcome pooches and their parents with open arms. From Shoreditch haunts for after-work boozing to spots that even have their own signature 'dogtails', here are the best dog-friendly pubs and bars in London.

Last updated on 13th March 2023


A much-loved sweet spot in North London, Flask is something of a suntrap when it comes to summer. It also invites owners to bring their pets down to the cosy boozer and sprawling beer garden for a couple of drinks and a few treats to boot..

The Orange Public House & Hotel Victoria

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The Orange is undoubtedly one of the best dog-friendly pubs in Victoria, welcoming canines of all shapes and sizes on the ground-floor with a bowl of water and an ear scratch. Meanwhile, owners can check out a menu of elevated British classics, including Sunday roasts that are sure to provide plenty of shareable scraps.

The Betjeman Arms

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The Betjeman Arms is set in a beautiful Grade I-listed building and is one of the best dog-friendly pubs in King's Cross, with leather booths, quirky knick-knacks and the like. It also boasts a mega outdoor terrace for those warmer days, as well as signature cocktails and killer cuisine.

Prince of Wales

One of our favourite dog-friendly pubs south of the river, Prince of Wales has plenty on offer for you and your pooch. Not only is there a heated outdoor terrace space, but you can tuck into gastro grub while your pup gets just as much attention as you do from the friendly staff.

Signature Brew Haggerston

Just a stone's throw from Regent's Canal, Signature Brew is pouring cool craft brews for you from its archway taproom, with an open doors policy for your pups. It's also got a number of outdoor tables for those of you looking to soak up the rays while sinking some quirky IPAs, rice lagers and coffee-infused pints.

The Last Talisman

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The Last Talisman is a seriously trendy watering hole, slinging out world-class cocktails and East Asian-inspired dishes. And you won't have to leave your puppy pal at home if you visit this one, as it's also one of the best dog-friendly pubs near London Bridge.

BrewDog Bars In London

The clue is in the title with this renowned craft beer brand. BrewDog is not just about fresh pints, cool IPAs and dark stouts; the bars across the city are more than welcoming to your puppas. And if you're looking for a dog-friendly pub in Soho, they've got you covered.

Vagabond - Various Sites

Don't settle for any old boozer, instead, pop to one of Vagabond's many outposts for some of the best dog-friendly bars in London. Not only will you find locations throughout the city (including Battersea, Fulham and Monument), but also an impressive menu of wines matched with artisan fare.

The Rose and Crown

The Rose and Crown is the perfect dog-friendly pub in Wimbledon thanks to its friendly resident labrador, Freddy. Pay him a visit with your pup and you can curl up indoors or out in the beer garden where heaters will help to keep things cosy in the cooler months.

Cock and Bottle

One of the most dog-friendly pubs in West London, toting vintage seating, pendant lights and wooden accents, Cock and Bottles is always popular for a pint. And while you knock back a drink or two at this Notting Hill hangout, you can enjoy the company of your puppy pal.

Gosnells Meadery Taproom

A top-notch boozer on Bermondsey Beer Mile, Gosnells Meadery Taproom is an ideal spot for those after hoppy pours. And to top it off? This venue is also dog-friendly and has a crackin' outdoor space for those summer months. If you're hungry, there's also a BYOF option. Booyah.

28-50 Wine Bars - Various Sites

Got your pup with you? That's no issue at all when it comes to 28-50's wine-loving venues, which you can find across the city. Boasting a menu filled with killer bites, from charcuterie to cheeseburgers, it's the ideal plot for drinking and dining, especially with your dog in tow.

Mondo Brewing Company

Mondo Brewing Company knows that a day spent without your furry friend is just not worth having. Head on over to this haunt for an epic range of bevvies, from lip-smacking IPAs to lagers, in the cool space. Feeling hungry? It has food trucks and an order-in policy for that.

The Crooked Billet

Looking for dog-friendly pubs in South London? Stop by The Crooked Billet after a ramble around Wimbledon Common. You'll surely have built up an appetite, so you can enjoy classic British grub and refreshing drinks while in a cosy setting indoors or alfresco in the garden.

The Plough Beddington

You won't have to leave your pooch at home with The Plough Beddington. This popular joint offers a crackin' beer garden, which is ideal for those of you who fancy chilling in the sunshine with your furry friend. On top of that, there's also a burger shack to fill up on the good stuff.