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.

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Last updated on 6th March 2024




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.

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.

The Pembury Tavern

Treat your pooch to a day out at The Pembury Tavern – a historic watering hole churning out local beers courtesy of nearby brewery Five Points. Pair your pints with slices of award-winning Neapolitan pizza – and be sure not to take your eye off it in case your furry friend goes in for a bite. 

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 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.

Tap on the Line

Picture this: you've just hopped off at Kew Gardens Station, pooch in tow, and are looking for a spot for the both of you to grab a quick drink. Well, Tap on the Line is here to save the day. This colourful and bright pub is a dog-friendly hub slinging out fantastic food as well as offering a pawfect selection of drinks. Tuck into the likes of beer-battered haddock sandwiches and plant burgers while your fury friend has a splash of water before you embark on an adventure again. 

Jack Horner

If you're wandering around London with your pooch, in search of a dog-friendly pub for you and your furry friend to both relax in, then head to The Jack Horner on Tottenham Court Road. This charming boozer boasts dark wooden interiors and a friendly atmosphere that's welcoming to the four-legged among us. Enjoy a craft beer, ale or soft drink here, along with a selection of droolworthy snacks like Yorkshire puddings with onion gravy for dipping.

Great Northern Railway Tavern

A fancy Grade II-listed boozer on High Street decorated with stained-glass panels and snob screens, Great Northern Railway Tavern welcomes pooches and their humans with open arms and plenty of treats. Head down to sip on indie beers, ciders, and home-infused gins while you snack on delicacies like lentil croquettes or dine on crab and shellfish linguine. What's more, entertainment like live music, pub quizzes, and celebrity readings make this Fullers' Tavern one to watch.

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.