Top 10 Dog-Friendly Cafes in Brisbane For 2019
Stepping out to grab a bite in Brisbane and want to take your four-legged friend along with you? Well, Brisbane has some of the most dog-friendly cafes ever. If you plan on travelling to this beautiful city or live here already, have a look at these dog-friendliest cafes for you and your dog.
1. Brown Dog Café
Fun, vibrant, and busting, a perfect spot to grab a coffee with your dog. Brown Dog café serves up tasty fresh fare and great coffee. It converts to bar on the weekends and it has spots to soak up the sun with your dog.
Address: 54 Logan Rd, Woolloongabba QLD 4102
Phone: +61 7 3891 7355
2. Atticus Finch
Atticus Finch is wonderfully presented – seriously good coffee and food. Your fur child will enjoy chilling in a dedicated doggy zone while chowing on special doggy treats and make new buddies. On weekends, this breezy café becomes a dog-friendly bar.
Address: 2/83 Latrobe Terrace, Paddington QLD 4064
Phone: +61 7 3367 2448
3. Ginger & Rose
This charming café has a large outdoor courtyard and its pet-friendly vibes make it a ‘must-try’ weekend brunch spot. It serves up dog ice cream (Hugo’s Ice Creamery) and makes vegan doggie treats. For humans, there are plenty of vegan options and dairy free. Ginger & Rose has something for every dog and human.
Address: 220 James St, New Farm QLD 4005, Australia
4. Badminton Brew
You and your dog can dine like royalty at this café. There is a range of treats for the humans – free brownies with each drink and Rustic Ruffs. For the dogs, there are safe puppychinos. Badminton Brew has an amazing outdoor area. This café will definitely excite both of you.
Address: 30 Badminton St, Mount Gravatt East QLD 4122, Australia
Phone: +61 468 831 054
5. Todd and Pup
Todd and Pup is a local gem with grassy space, plenty of shady, dog treats, water bowls, and serious tasty human coffee and food too!
Address: 398 Tarragindi Rd, Moorooka QLD 4105
Phone: +61 7 3892 6691
Email: [email protected]
6. Sassafras Canteen
Inviting and bright, this colourful and beautiful cottage houses some tempting food for lunch and breakfast. The green courtyard usually converts to a bar over the weekend. Bring your dog into the courtyard as you enjoy the comforting food, cheeky drink, or coffee.
Address: 88 Latrobe Terrace, Paddington QLD 4064
Phone: +61 7 3369 0600
7. Frenchie’s Café
Frenchie’s Café is a pooch’s paradise! They have a special dog menu and your fur kid can chow down dinner or breakfast with you. Also, your dog will receive their own mat to lay on and water bowl.
Address: 142 Bay Tce Wynnum, Queensland
Phone: +61 7 3396 0011
Email: [email protected]
8. Woofissimo Café
With pooch photos galore and dog sculptures, Woofissimo café is truly dedicated to furry buddies. There is a dog menu that features a range of doggycinos, muffins, and biscuits – all dogs enjoy a free welcome treat upon arrival.
Address: Shop 9B, 567 Kessels Road, MacGregor Macgregor 4109
Phone: +61 433 119 968
9. Nana and Da’s
This charming and old weatherboard shop has a great welcoming vibe, top-notch coffee, and 1st class breaky menu. Thirsty doggies receive water bowls as well.
Address: 12 Homebush Rd, Kedron QLD 4031
Phone: +61 7 3357 6334
10. Double Shot Espresso
A laid-back suburban setting, delicious food, and punchy coffee make Double Shot Espresso a cool café excellent for a weekend brunch. Tag your pooch along and hang about in the shade with water.
Address: 2/125 Oxlade Dr, New Farm QLD 4005
Phone: +61 7 3358 6556
The cafes we included in our list welcome our furry friends with open arms and they appreciate that it’s a pooch’s life. Some prepare doggy food, others organise fun doggy activities, and some give them an open space to have fun. One of the easiest ways to check out more information about dog-friendly cafes near you is by using the dog social app – PatchPets. This app can help you find local dog cafes and show you some reviews to help you find the best cafe for you and your fur friend!
Dogs are great and the purest creatures in the universe and they deserve some love!