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The backstreets of Barnes turn up some odd little places, but locals must be very pleased that this gastropub is one of them. If The Brown Dog… more »
Out of the same stable as The Pantechnicon and The Thomas Cubitt, this stucco-fronted early-Victorian building on a corner site has been transformed… more »
Named after London's legendary master builder, The Thomas Cubitt resides in a suitably gorgeous restored Georgian townhouse with two distinct personalities:… more »
Sitting snugly on one of Camberwell's finest Georgian streets, this high-ceilinged, high-spec gastropub looks the part with its worn floorboards… more »
Having created a cosy neighbourhood den with their first venture in Olympia, the brains behind the Jam Tree seem set to preside over a much… more »
Standing on a slightly scruffy Clerkenwell side street, the diminutive Gunmakers makes an agreeable if unassuming bolthole for a pint & some sturdy… more »
More of a daytime drop-in than a full-on restaurant, this soothing space on quiet Clerkenwell Close is what's modishly referred to as a ‘kitchen'… more »
Danny Meyer’s Shake Shack has been wowing them stateside since 2004, and now the New York restaurateur has brought his modern-day ‘roadside… more »
It’s hard to beat the riverside location of this historic Greenwich boozer (dating from 1837). At high tide, take a seat in a bay window projecting… more »
It’s loverly inside the Britannia: cosy sofas, an upright joanna & dramatic swags of red, white & blue proclaiming the pub’s patriotic pride… more »
A posh pub and the ‘perfect local’ for well-to-do Hampstead, according to one fan, this big old pub is a good-looking gaff sporting robustly… more »
Dating from 1585, the famous old Spaniards Inn is a must for literary buffs: John Keats was a local, Shelley sometimes dropped by and the boozer… more »
With polished wooden panelling, inviting wing-back chairs & handsome church pews inside its graceful Georgian premises, The Albion welcomes winter… more »
Sitting on a quiet Islington backstreet, its weathered Victorian tiles sporting lovingly tended hanging baskets, this cosy corner pub is a congenial… more »
The splendid-looking Georgian property has a slick rustic-chic finish these days, with colours chosen from the Farrow & Ball palette, dark… more »
If you can’t bear to leave your pooch at home all alone whilst you head out for a meal then this helpful Square Meal guide to the best dog friendly restaurants in London will come in handy. So many dog owners prefer to take their beloved pets out with them so it’s a good job that London boasts a wide selection of restaurants that are dog friendly. With outside space in the form of a terrace or garden, these dog friendly restaurants will ensure you are able to enjoy a meal with your pet pooch by your side.
Take a look through Square Meal’s brilliant list of the best dog friendly restaurants in London and rest assured that the next time you head out for a meal with your dog in tow you’ll be welcomed at any of these dog friendly establishments. Square Meal’s guide to the best al fresco restaurants may also help although if the restaurant is not listed on the dog friendly restaurants list it might be advisable to give them a call before turning up.
Every one of the dog friendly restaurants in London featured in Square Meal’s list of the best dog friendly restaurants in London have been tried and tested by critics and our own customers so check out the reviews with Square Meal today. Each Square Meal listing features an independent review, as well as reviews from those who have visited, together with unique special offers such as free drinks and discounts.