Dog Friendly Pubs In Manchester

We are a city obsessed with our canine friends, but with plenty of us enjoying the great Manchester nightlife - surely our dogs should be able to have fun too? Luckily, there are lots of dog-friendly pubs, restaurants and bars in Manchester, from cool cocktail lounges through to classic boozers and great beer gardens. 

A prime spot for petting puppies thanks to it being surrounded by grassland, The Wharf is an expert place to escape the hustle of Manchester's main streets and grab some great beers. There's wonderfully delicious food, tonnes of water and shelter should it get a bit hot.

The Counter House

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Looking for the coolest dog-friendly restaurant in Ancoats? The Counter House is a quirky haunt for pups and their owners to hangout with fresh juices, tasty cocktails, small plates and jaw-dropping Sunday roast. Swing by this trendy neighbourhood to discover all this and more.

North Tea Power

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North Tea Power is a top little bar to take your doggie companion for a relaxed weekend lunch. Sample their sandwiches and peruse the papers as your pooch chills out next to you; the staff love dogs and you're bound to get one of them cooing over your fluffy companion.

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The Horse and Jockey has previously been named the most canine-friendly pub in Britain. With dog shows throughout the year as well as a great range of treats and pup-friendly beer available at the bar; your pal is bound to make plenty of friends at this popular Chorlton pub. 


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Much like its sister site, The Refuge, Volta welcomes dogs in Manchester whatever their shape or size. If the weather's good, pull up a chair outside for cocktails and small plates, while weekends call for hearty Sunday roasts and boozy brunchtime celebrating.

The Beech Inn

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For another great dog friendly pub in Manchester, The Beech Inn will keep your pup pampered and petted by staff with plenty of fresh water on hand after a long day. Settle down in this quaint Chorlton haunt with a drink, bites to eat and good company for the ultimate lazy afternoon.