Looking for the best dog cafes in London? Hold onto your paws my friend, I got you covered. Here are the coolest dog-friendly cafes in London — from a local!
Coffee is great but humans are…boring! Following the pet cafe trend London has had loads of pet-friendly shops popping throughout the years (here’s the best cat cafes in London) and dogs, of course, make the cut.
Add some woof woof to your cuppa with a visit to one of London’s few and far between dog cafes in London (not to be confused with cafes that allow dogs in London).
Verve London Pet Boutique and Cafe
London’s most loved animal cafe — Verve is the place to mingle for furry friends. Quadrupling as a cafe bar, doggy hotel, grooming parlour and pet boutique, I’m not sure what dogs can’t do here.
Over the past 14 years owner, Andre has been perfecting the art of caring for 4 legged friends, and it shows. So, enjoy sweet treats and delicious coffee all while mixing and mingling with your fellow dog lovers. They also offer a luxury range of bespoke pet products.
Opening Hours: 9am-9pm Mon-Sat, 12am-9pm on Sundays
Closest Station: Notting Hill Gate
Address: 179 Westbourne Grove, London W11 2SB, UK
Paws for Coffee
Paws off my coffee! If you want the full Canine experience — head to Paws for Coffee. The dog-loving chain even went as far as creating two menus, one for humans, one for pups (I suggest the Doggie Sausage…for the dog).
Pop in for breakfast or lunch to enjoy a Big Breakfast or healthy afternoon bite with your furry friend or take up in their very own dog training program. If that wasn’t enough, you can even make homemade dog treats here, just in time for dinner.
Opening Hours: 8:30am-3:30pm everyday
Closest Station: Mortlake Railway Station
Address: 364 Upper Richmond Road, East Sheen, London SW14 7JU, UK
Dandie Dog Cafe
The dedicated hangout spot for ‘hounds and humans’ you and your pup are in for a dandie good time at Dandie’s (that was cheesy…).
Expect more than just treats here, with the trendy cafe offering everything from dog sitting to yoga (dogs and humans included), dog washing, and even doggie birthday parties!
If, that wasn’t enough they even put on puppy social nights and speed-dating for you singleton dog-lovers. Point being, this place runs the whole gambit. So grab your leash (for the dog) and make your way ASAP!
Opening Hours: 8:30am-5:00pm Tues-Fri, 9:30am-5:00pm on weekends
Closest Station: Hampstead Heath
Address: 104 Heath Street, London, NW3 1DR
Map of the Best Dog Cafes in London
If you’re ever in the mood for felines don’t forget to read the best cat cafes in London!
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