Avoid those sooky cries when leaving your four legged friend at home and going out, spend lunch with them. It’s the perfect time of year as the sun is showing itself once again to take them out and have a meal at a dog-friendly venue.
We’ve compiled a list of the top dog-friendly venues where you’re welcome to bring your pupper.
If you know of a place we haven’t mentioned, let us know on the Glam Adelaide Facebook Page.
Bacchus Wine Bar, Henley Beach
Includes a dedicated ‘pooch park’. It’s got toys, plants and water bowls, and leash clips are also included in the outdoor seating area. With dog friendly muffins that are sure to get that tail wagging!
Brighton Jetty Bakery, Brighton
After you take your pooch for a swim down by the water, relax at this beachside bakery with some scrumptious treats.
City East Markets, Adelaide
These guys encourage dogs to visit the weekly market and even have dog friendly stalls sometimes.
Fawn Coffee, Adelaide
You’ll always find a water bowl to quench your pups thirst here and a side door for quick takeaway orders as well. Most importantly the cafe recently added pup-a-cinos to their menu too!
Five Little Figs, Payneham South
Chill out with a coffee at Five Little Figs while your furry friends enjoy some free treats and puppychinos.
Fred Eatery, Aldgate
For those in the hills, this eatery offers free dog biscuits, or even a doggie latte of lactose-free milk with a dog biscuit and turmeric sprinkled on top. Your dog will be frothing!
Harvest Mylor Café, Mylor
Using fresh Adelaide Hills produce they make everything from scratch and where possible choose to use to go organic. The café is a great place to sit back and take in the view, with a good cup of coffee and fresh sandwich and your pooch happily by your side.
Lamb Spit BBQ, Semaphore
Treat yourself and your best friend to a yummy yiros down by the water. They offer doggie packs of plain lamb yiros in sizes of small $5, medium $6, and large $8.
Little Bang Brewing Company, Stepney
Dogs are forever welcome at Little Bang Brewing Company in Stepney. Better yet they’re allowed around all areas! So enjoy a crispy cold beer with your furry friend at this neat bar. The bar will be moving on December 9 to a new location on Henry Street and re-opening there December 13.
Nest Bistro, Walkerville
Pop down to Nest Bistro and enjoy a cup of coffee with man’s best friend.
Royal Copenhagen, Henley, Brighton, Semaphore
Reward your pup to a cup of frozen natural yoghurt mixed with peanut butter, honey, banana and a dog bone biscuit on top for $3.90. Available at three amazing locations as well!
Stanley Bridge Tavern, Verdun
All dogs are welcome in the beer garden here, which sits next to a stunning creek and is perfect for a cold beer in the warming summer weather.
Sublime, Clarence Park
Free Schmackos treats, bowl of meat offcuts for $2-$3, and a grass mat for comfort. What more could you want for your furry mate?
The flying Fig, North Adelaide
This dog friendly café welcomes both you and your doggos with lots of spacious seating and water stations outside. They often post ‘Fig dog of the week’ to show the cutest pup that’s visited. The café also won The Advertisers ‘Best Café’ award for 2018.
The Grand Bar, Glenelg
A great beachside venue to chill out with your pet while you bask in the beautiful sunset.
The Store, North Adelaide
Bring your pupper along to one of this cruisy all-day brunch hotspot and they’ll be rewarded with tonnes of cuddles, treats and a water bowl because it’s thirsty work being so damn cute.
Whipped Bake Bar Cafe, Semaphore
Opened every day for breakfast, brunch and lunch, they serve fresh toasted rolls, frittatas, quiches, cakes and more. The café has recently introduced ‘kids’ serve meals and drinks. With their outdoor area being well protected and dog friendly, your pup can relax in the sun with you.
Whistle & Flute, Unley
For those southeast of the city, this courtyard setting is perfect for your canine companion as they have their own dedicated drinking area with a tap and bowl. Furthermore, the high communal tables here will lower the chances of your dog sharing your food.