7 dog-friendly cafes in London to take your pup to this February, after a 2,400% search spike in ‘dog cafes near me’
New research has revealed that ‘dog-friendly cafes’ has seen a considerable jump in Google searches over the past 30 days, seeing a huge 2,400% increase in people wanting to take their four-legged friends out for a coffee or a dog-friendly meal.
The team at Barratt London have rounded up seven dog cafes across London to take your pooch this February.
1. Paws For Coffee
4.6 stars based on 340 google reviews
“I fell In love with Paws for Coffee. They have homemade treats, puppuccinos, stuffed calf’s hoofs, and dog sausages – my dog loved them all! “
“New favourite brunch spot! The menu is extensive (both human and doggy!) and the staff are really friendly.”
41 High St, Hampton Hill, Hampton TW12 1NB
Paws For Coffee is not just a dog-friendly cafe, it is a dog-loving cafe! So much so that they have two menus, one for humans and one for dogs. Whilst you relax and have a coffee, dogs can also enjoy a puppuccino, dog sausages and more!
4.7 stars based on 64 google reviews
“Very welcoming, amazing hospitality (great coffee and baked goods), all staff have the most uplifting positive energy and love the dogs”
“What a wonderful place to go with your dog. I felt immediately right at home.”
31 New Cavendish St, London W1G 9TT
Mr & Mrs Small is a dog-friendly café and accessories boutique, featuring a family-style doggy day-care and grooming salon.
4.6 stars based on 59 reviews
“Amazing dog cafe! The first one I’ve been to, I love the aesthetic and design.”
“If you love Pugs then this cafe is the place to be!”
5, Ability Plaza, Arbutus St, London E8 4DT
A dedicated Pug Cafe for all pug lovers! Here you can come and enjoy cuddles with the cafe’s resident pugs and enjoy pug-themed coffees, smoothies, and treats!
4.8 stars based on 58 google reviews
“Very friendly and clean vegan dog-friendly café with a doggy day-care business attached. All the dogs are looked after well and can even get a puppuccinos with you in the café. We just visited for a cup of tea and banana bread. The homemade baking is very good too!”
“Wonderful space for dogs and their humans! Beautifully designed to cater for both and at the same time be vegan and eco-friendly.”
Unit E, The Smokehouse, 75 Smeed Rd, Fish Island, E3 2NE
A cafe and shop for humans and dogs offering daycare and dog training. In the evening, the cafe turns into an after-bark bar and serves cocktails for humans and dogs alike.
4.7 stars based on 53 google reviews
“Lovely dog-friendly cafe where you can spoil them!”
“Great food, great coffee and outstanding scones. Our dog ate like a king, as he had his own menu.”
330 King’s Rd, London SW3 5UR
A dog-friendly cafe where they have a tailor-made environment to sit and relax with your dogs and dine together. They provide an attention-to-detail menu which extends to their dog menu, created in association with leading dog nutritionists. Excellent place to celebrate a furry friend’s birthday.
4.1 stars based on 41 google reviews
“Amazing place! Just recently opened and blew my mind”
“Such a lovely cafe! The workers are really kind and the food tastes amazing at such a good price!”
52 Westbourne Grove, London W2, 5SH
Serves food for humans and dogs. The Pawsitive Cafe aims to combine a dog-friendly cafe with mental health, hosting therapeutic activities to immerse yourself in whilst visiting.
4.7 stars based on 32 google reviews
“This is such a unique and special place. The care and love that has gone into Snuffle is visible in everything from the decor to the dog treats.”
“Snuffle is a brilliant addition to the neighbourhood. A dog-friendly cafe during the day turns into a wine bar in the evenings.”
109 Wells Park Road, London, SE26 6AD
A dog-friendly cafe offering a selection of cakes, pastries, and dog treats! The cafe features a doggy play area and dog wash facilities.
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