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.

Last updated on 29th October 2020




The Betjeman Arms

900 user reviews 4

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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.

Flask

15 user reviews 4

A notorious sweet spot in London, not only is Flask something of a sun-trap when it comes to summer, they're renowned for their dog-friendly appeal, inviting any and all dog-owners to bring their pets down, whatever the weather. 

The Portman

19 user reviews 4

This stylish and buzzy gastropub is the perfect spot to take your puppa in London. Not only is it centrally located between Paddington and Marylebone, but it's also a hop skip and a jump away from Hyde Park, making it the perfect spot for all your mid-shopping, post-park rambling or any other needs.

The Crooked Billet

673 user reviews 4

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.

The Owl and Pussycat

296 user reviews 4

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.

Take your pup to one of these fun hangouts in Fulham, Victoria and the West End. Enjoy a delicious meal from one of their many eateries and a tipple or two without having to worry about what your little rascal is getting up to at home. 

The clue is in the title with this international beer brand. BrewDog is not just about fresh pints, cool IPAs and dark stouts; the bars across London are more than welcoming to your pooches.

The Woodman

76 user reviews 5

While real country pubs are a bit of a trek away, Battersea has the perfect solution if you and your pup are craving a little comfort. Warm up beside a glowing open fire and explore The Woodman's impressive menu of pub grub and real ale without having to travel the distance. 

The Rose and Crown

392 user reviews 4

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!

Looking for dog-friendly bars in London? Don't settle for a boring old boozer, head to one of Vagabond's many outposts instead. Not only will you find locations throughout the city, but also an impressive menu of wines matched with artisan charcuterie, cheeses and tapas.

The Porchester

70 user reviews 4

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. 

Pub On The Park

92 user reviews 4

Taking your pooch for a jaunt around London Fields? Pitch up to Pub on the Park afterwards and treat yourself and your furry friend to some fresh pints and a bite to eat. With a massive outdoor area and exceptionally dog-friendly staff, it's one of the best pubs in East London to take your dog.