The 10 Best Dog-Friendly Pubs & Restaurants In Sydney!

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The Newport/Ellie Angel

YOU + YOUR DOG + GOOD FOOD + DRINKS = PAWFECT DAY!

Let’s be honest, every day is dog day, but Wednesday August 26th is extra special as it is National Dog Day!

In honour of the big day, why not take your pooch out and celebrate with our pick of Sydney’s best dog friendly venues?

CAFÉ BONES, LEICHHARDT

You know if Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan has visited this place, it is a must. Located in Leichhardt, next to the Hawthorne Canal, your dog can run free off leash while you enjoy coffee, sandwiches, pies, burgers and cakes. They even have a dog menu with Pupaccinos, bone shaped cookies and other pooch delights.

Address: 1 Canal Road, Leichhardt

CHEW CHEW PET RESTAURANT, WOOLSTONECRAFT

PET RESTAURANT. ENOUGH SAID. Naoko is a Japanese Pet Nutrition Expert and Pet Care Advisor who creates tasty meals for your dog. The food is organic, natural, and healthy; just what you need to spoil your dog. Looking for somewhere to celebrate your dog’s birthday? Look no further, this is the place, with cake and staff making it a memorable experience.

AddressShop 3, Railway Walk, Wollstonecraft Station Sydney

WAYWARD BREWING 

Wayward love two things. Beer and Dogs. Pete and the legends at Wayward are all about enjoying a beer with your four-legged friend in tow. Big or small, all dogs are allowed in this brewery. They even have merch to deck out your pooch and to show your support for this local business!

Address1 Gehrig Ln, Camperdown

THE NEWPORT

With the weather warming up, this is the perfect destination for you get some Vitamin D, water views and fresh air, all with your pooch. Perch yourself on the huge communal deck and take your pick of food from café favourites, pizza and seafood. Have kids? The Gymnasium will keep them entertained with board games, bowling alley, ping pong and more.

Address2 Kalinya St, Newport

THE GLEBE HOTEL

After an old-fashion pub with a beer garden, delicious wine and food? This is a must! The pub’s been around since 1862 and used to be known as the Australian Youth Hotel. The owners have revamped the venue and turn it into a beautiful gastropub. Your dog is allowed in the beer garden and front bar. Sit down with your pup, enjoy a glass of wine and the fire!

Address63 Bay St, Glebe

CAFÉ 2773 GLENBROOK

What a gem of a place in the beautiful Blue Mountains. Take your fur friend, grab a picnic rug and feast on the grass. This truly is a magical location for all ages. There is an enclosed outdoor area for kids to play plus a farm area with chickens and two miniature pigs! Food-wise, enjoy fresh, organic local produce, in-house roasted coffee, local beer and wines. Chow down on deep dish buttermilk pancakes or eggs benny for breakkie. Pork belly bao buns, burgers, roasted cauli salad, even turkey burritos and pizza will keep you going at lunch. At dinner, you can tackle the 2773 Plank with a selection of daily favourites.

Address19 Ross St, Glenbrook

COFFEE CLUB NEPEAN RIVER

Looking for a place to rest with your dog post-Nepean River walk? Or perhaps just want a coffee fix to keep you moving? You can sit outside with your dog and indulge in good coffee and food. The staff are super friendly and will make you and your pooch feel right at home.

Address78-88 Tench Ave, Jamisontown

SUNDAY ROAD BREWING

Surprise…THE SHIRE has a BREWERY! This 100% locally owned, independent brewery is all about great beer and commitment to the community, family and good produce. All the brews are brewed and canned in Kirrawee. Food trucks will sort your hunger with staples like pizza, burgers and delicious street food.

Address147 Bath Rd, Kirrawee

OUTFIELD ASHFIELD

Live in the Inner West with your dog and want to find a good park + coffee? Add Outfield Ashfield to your list. Perfectly located on the edge of Ashfield’s Yeo Park, sit in the sun at one of their tables outside or grab one of their picnic blankets and sit on the grass. The menu is incredible and we highly recommend you try the house-made waffles with Nutella and pretzels, the mushroom roll with fried egg, kale and romesco sauce, or warming, hearty chicken soup with fresh sourdough.

AddressYeo Park, 230 Victoria St, Ashfield

 

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Ellie Angel

26 August 2020

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