People's Park Tavern's amazing beer garden is always full of pooches getting behind-the-ear scratches from friendly strangers. With Victoria Park right on this pub's doorstep, this is the perfect place to chill out after a long walk and settle down for a pint knowing that your dog is just as at home as you are.
Dog Friendly Bars & Pubs in London
Dog lovers, we know it's heart breaking to have to leave your pooch at home all the time, all because most places don't allow man's best friend to come in for a drink! But not all hope is lost, there are plenty of pubs, bars and restaurants in London that welcome dog owners with open arms. Here are some recommended pubs where your little furry friend can tag-along.
Set in a cosmopolitan area, The Porchester is just the thing if your looking for a local, traditional dog friendly pub! Perfect if you're just looking for a quick bite to eat or have a long peaceful lunch, you'll be sure to find whatever you and your dog are looking for on their magnificent menu.
Close to nature is where you'll want to be with your doggy, making this pub a perfect choice. Dating back to the 1600s it is Young's Brewer's oldest lease and is located at the outskirts of the city, in Wimbledon. With their wonderful heaters, you and your dog can enjoy the outdoor patio all year round!
Just across from Battersea Park, The Prince Albert is the perfect spot to refuel after a long walk in the park with your four-legged friend. A warm welcome comes as standard, with hearty food, a vast choice of drinks and a bowl for any visiting dogs to round things off.
Calling all north Londoners: this Kentish Town boozer doesn't just cater for humans - they welcome your furry friends too. Soak up real ales and craft beers or tuck into a tasty Sunday roast and seasonal dishes in style, with your pup along for some treats.
Take your pup to this gorgeous little hangout in the heart of Fulham. Enjoy a delicious meal from one of its many eateries and a tipple or two without having to worry about what your little rascal is getting up to at home.
With a team that love dogs and puppies all the same, Alice House, just shy of Queen's Park, welcome all dogs, all year round. When you're not swooning over the pups in the room, enjoy humble plates, roast dinners and more.
This homely Islington boozer welcomes furry friends of all shapes and sizes. The Joker is a laid-back, inviting local where an extensive menu of British favourites, a diverse music programme and a fantastic upstairs function room are notable plus points.
There are plenty of cool bars in London, with Ask For Janice being one of them, but just how many of those cool bars allow dogs inside? Well funny that, because Ask For Janice also happen to be one of those too.
Proud of their dog friendly status, this Camden pub doesn't just welcome pooches with open arms, they welcome punters for a selection of British beers and casual pub grub in a more than cool, North London setting.
Pack up that pooch and head for the city where this unique LGBT+ friendly pub offers a perfect spot for a pint with your favourite furry friend.
While dogs aren't allowed in the dining room at Princess Victoria in Shepherd's Bush, they're more than welcome in the bar for an afternoon or evening of lapping up the charmed pub atmosphere and a few bowls of water at that.
With their charming terrace, gastro-geared dining options and humble charm throughout, the multi-faceted Mews Of Mayfair is more an elegant spot for drinks/food with your four legged friends in London.
How about bringing your pooch somewhere a little historic! This is a magnificent venue on Fleet Street still displaying its Victorian wooden panels, and a 16th Century mirror from the original building. The Punch Tavern has a lunch menu you, and your dog, wont want to miss!
They're more than a little familiar with pig, but how do Pork's fare when it comes to dogs? Certainly not putting them on the menu, Pork's Bankside welcome guests with dogs all year round for a cool and casual dining experience with man's best friend in tow.
A playground for all pooches great and small, The Roundhouse in Wandsworth welcomes punter folk to sample some craft beer goodness as well as a decent spread of daily changing dishes from a seasonally crafted menu. It's not always about the dogs, but we know they love a bit of pub mooching just as much as the next boozy patron.
Taking your dog on a lovely walk around Wimbledon Common to stretch those legs and really work up an appetite!? We have the perfect place for you to wind-down and recuperate your energy, The Crooked Billet. Conveniently located right next to the park! Relax in the friendly atmosphere while digging into some real British pub food.
With a big, heated beer garden out back, and tasty food and drink inside, this dog-friendly London pub is the perfect spot for you and your pooch. Pop in after the Sunday afternoon walk for a slap up roast, and a couple of carrots for the dog.
Tucked down a back street in Shoreditch, The Owl and Pussycat is where London's coolest pooches go to hang. A cool and casual pub with sweet beer garden and raw vibes, it's the perfect place for a Sunday afternoon with a pint.
Looking for places to take your dog in west London? You can count on this Hammersmith boozer, as The Duchess welcomes furry friends and their owners for tasty British food and drinks to wash it all down.
Operating on the slogan that if your dog is friendly the pub is friendly, The Greyhound in South London is more than welcome for you to dine with your furry friend. Treat yourself to a comfortable spot to eat, drink, and meet friends.
Now considered one of the coolest pubs in Peckham, not only does this unique boozer promise the best in burgers, fried chicken and Friday night vibes, dogs are more than welcome in the bar for lazy afternoons.
The Betjelmans Arms is set in a beautiful Grade I listed building, right next to the gorgeous St Pancras Hotel. Having a very large outdoor terrace it is the perfect place to bring your dog during the summer to relax outside! They also have a large indoor terrace and bar for those colder months.
Go for a stroll along Regents Canal with your favourite companion and stop by The Narrow Boat for a cask conditioned ale or hearty plate of British classics. The riverside pub serves up a delicious fare of Young's specials as well as having some top views of the river.
One of the most notable names in the bar industry, just so happens to be dog friendly. Welcoming pooches from all corners of the city, Drake & Morgan are happy to host four-legged friends in all their London bars from The Folly, down to The Listing.