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There are plenty of perfect places for you and your furry friend to enjoy a treat when the same old walkies just aren’t cutting it. Here are some of our latest ideas for dog-friendly places to eat in Brisbane.
Dog friendly places to eat in Brisbane
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Dog-friendly places to eat in Brisbane

Dog-friendly places to eat in Brisbane

Dog-friendly places to eat in Brisbane

With this cold weather, does your perfect pooch have a bit of cabin fever? If you’re in Brisbane with your dog, there are so many venues you can visit to get them some fresh air, and maybe introduce them to some new friends! There are plenty of perfect places for you and your furry friend to enjoy a treat when the same old walkies just aren’t cutting it.

Here are some of our latest ideas for dog-friendly places to eat in Brisbane.

Pubs

You can grab a drink, without leaving your pup at home. There are pubs aplenty that will allow you to visit with your pooch. Welcome to Bowen Hills has a Dogs Day Out, where you can get something to drink and browse stalls selling gear for your pup. The Brightside has dog-friendly events, and is attached to a live music venue for something a bit different. For a beautiful venue with incredible drinks, bring your dog along the The BOSC in Westend. For other ideas on dog-friendly bars, head here.

Cafés

A delicious caffeine hit for you, and maybe a puppacino for your pooch – there’s nothing better than a café crawl! There’s a whole dog playground at the Snag & Brown in Annerley. Plenty in West End are happy to host you and your dog, or head to Single Guys in Kenmore for a relaxing coffee that will have you and your dog smiling. Really, the excellent cafes that welcome you and your furry friend are too many to list – but here’s some more suggestions for when you’re keen to explore.

Restaurants

If you’re feeling peckish, you can bring your dog right along. Delicious South American-inspired cuisine, check out Yard Doggs! Or take your palate north with delish American dishes at The Defiant Duck.  Or why not visit the Kettle and Tin for some delicious treats for you both. Also, try the Downey Street Food Trucks at Windsor – a great place to wander, eat, and spend time with your pup. There are plenty more places to discover – here are some additional ideas for a meal with your best friend.

Markets

The majority of weekend’s farmers markets in Brisbane welcome your dog, so you can check out the food, fresh produce, and artisan goods together. Head to the Jan Power marketsDavies Park MarketCaseldineMilton or Northey Street Markets. For food markets that let you wander the many stalls and enjoy the live music and atmosphere, you can’t go past the Eat Street Markets. There are plenty more to choose from – check them out here.

Dog-friendly places to eat in Brisbane

There are so many places to grab a bite in Brisbane – and you can bring your dog right along! But if you can’t be with your furry friend and want somewhere safe and comfortable for them to stay, Castelan is the perfect place for them to pass the days. We’ll care for your pet while you are away, and you’ll come home to a happy pet that’s had as much fun as you!

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