Dog-Friendly Bars And Pubs In London

Dog lovers, we know it's heart breaking to have to leave your pooch 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 cocktail bars that are made for weekend hangouts, here are the best dog-friendly pubs and bars in London, so your little furry friend can always tag-along.

Last updated on 23rd May 2022

Pub On The Park

277 user reviews 4

Taking your pooch for a jaunt around London Fields? Pitch up to Pub On The Park afterwards and treat yourselves to a chill-out session. With a massive outdoor area and friendly staff that'll cater to your needs, it's one of the best pubs in East London for dog owners.

The Collab

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The Collab is a dog-friendly bar and kitchen in Walthamstow, dishing up a menu of droolworthy burger buns, wings and craft beer. Take your furry friend for a relaxed hangout at this East London spot and they'll be welcomed with open arms.

Truman's Social Club

175 user reviews 4

Looking for a dog-friendly pub in London? Truman's Social Club has you covered. Not only do they boast a stunning space welcome to furry friends, but they also offer a crackin' food and drinks menu that's bound to get those tastebuds tingling.

The Owl and Pussycat

447 user reviews 4

The Owl and Pussycat is where the city's coolest pooches go to hang. This dog-friendly pub in Shoreditch boasts its own heated beer garden and stripped-back contemporary vibes indoors, making it the perfect place for a Sunday afternoon with a pint.


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A notorious sweet spot in North London, Flask is something of a sun-trap when it comes to summer. Head to this dog-friendly pub, which invites any and owners to bring their pets down to the beer garden and cosy boozer, whatever the weather. 

Looking for dog-friendly bars in London? Don't settle for any 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 Old Joinery

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The Old Joinery is one of the best places to drink in Greenwich, offering a menu of street food and cocktails alongside regular music events. With a dog-friendly policy, this place will have you and your pooch relaxing in a cool setting with a charming outdoor area for alfresco sips. 

Just a stone's throw from Regent's Canal, Signature Brew is pouring up cool craft brews for you and your doggo from its archway taproom. 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.

Mondo Brewing Company knows that a day spent without your furry friend is just not worth having. Head on over to this haunt for their epic range of bevvies from lip-smacking IPAs to lagers in their cool space. Feeling hungry? They also have trucks and restaurant partners for that.

This dog-friendly pub in South London is a must for sport lovers and their best buds. Head on over to catch all of the latest fixtures, from football to rugby, with classic pub grub and a wide array of different drinks available at a good price. 

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 food vendors and a tipple or two without having to worry about what your little rascal is getting up to at home. 

Dog-friendly pubs in London don't get much better than The Lock Inn, a canalside venue in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Settle down in the beautiful beer garden or modern interiors with your pooch, enjoying the selection of cold craft beers from local breweries.

The Great Exhibition

360 user reviews 4

East Dulwich's The Great Exhibition is a gorgeous Victorian pub with boozy brunches, quiz nights and live music making up the event schedule. Dogs ae welcome day and night, with staff on-hand to provide bowls of water and plenty of treats.

The Porchester

104 user reviews 5

Whether you're after a quick bite to eat or you're relaxing after a stroll along Portobello Road, this is the perfect pitstop. The Porchester is a dog-friendly pub in Notting Hill, serving hearty comfort food alongside an extensive range of classic cask ales. 

William the Fourth

25 user reviews 5

Enjoy a pint with your pooch over at William the Fourth in Leyton. The pub boasts a fantastic selection of beers and ales, as well as delicious Greek street food and a beautiful beer garden, live sports screens and a great atmosphere.

The Rose and Crown

871 user reviews 4

The Rose and Crown is the perfect dog-friendly hangout 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.

The Charles Holden

17 user reviews 4

Hunting for dog-friendly pubs? The Charles Holden in South London is perfect for delicious eats from steaks to burgers and fabulous pints. Plus their outdoor beer garden and HD screens make for excellent perks.

The Crooked Billet

1063 user reviews 4

Looking for dog-friendly pubs in South London? Stop by The Crooked Billet after a walk around Wimbledon Common. After building up your appetite, head here for classic British grub and refreshing drinks in a cosy setting indoors or outside in the garden space. 

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 London are more than welcoming to your puppas. Head to one of their dog-friendly pubs in London for drinks and burgers in a cool setting.

Not only is The Spread Eagle London's first all-vegan pub, but they're big fans of dogs too. Head on over to this neighbourhood boozer to tuck into plant-based pub grub with signature cocktails in a charming setting where you and your pooch will want to while away the hours.

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. 

What's a day out if you can't enjoy it with your puppy pal? Over at Jack And Beyond in Fulham, you can enjoy afternoon teas, bottomless cake sittings and tasty brunches, all without having to leave your dog at home.