Let us guess! You love puppies and have endless love to give to your little ball of fur. There’s something else you love and that’s grabbing a tasty meal and a cup of espresso with your friends. But the thought of leaving your doggy home alone is giving you heartache. There’s no need to worry anymore! We did our research and discovered that Sydney is abundant with dog-friendly cafés.
Here are the most adorable dog cafés where you can go for a perfect cup of puppaccino and a raspberry donut.
Where? Hawthorne Canal Reserve Leichhardt, 2040
Why? The tastiest pupaccino.
Dog lovers enjoy coming down to Café Bones to grab breakfast with their adorable four-legged friends. They claim to be the “world’s first dog-friendly café”! How amazing is that? Here, coffee and sweets are great, and the view and ambiance are no less spectacular. You can see dogs of all shapes and sizes come for the famous pupaccino after a nice dog walks around Hawthorne Canal reserve. The staff also have house-made dog biscuits if your doggy has been a good boy or girl.
Make sure you pay them a visit!
Where? 110 Swanson St, Erskineville NSW 2043
Why? The yummiest raspberry donut.
The Naked Brew is one of the most fantastic dog cafés in Sydney. Their dog menu is absolutely mouth-watering. You can get a dog smoothie in your doggy’s tummy, or a tasty-looking raspberry dog donut. It’s definitely where you would go if you want to spoil your four-legged ball of fur. The human food is just as delightful – the kale avocado and tomato on toast is highly recommended. The coffee is also up to Sydney’s high standards. Precisely what your canine needs after a long walk around a dog-friendly park!
Where? Shirley Rd & Telopea St, Wollstonecraft NSW 2065
Why? First dog café where only your dog will get served.
Chew Chew is the ultimate dog-friendly café. Doggies here are the main guests and only they will get served. But humans are free to bring their own food. The dog menu is designed by Naoko Okamoto, a pet nutritionist, and pet care adviser. Each meal on the menu is nutritionally healthy and tasty. They’re also perfectly balanced, containing 50% meat, 25% grain, and 25% veggies. The best part? You can even celebrate your dog’s birthday here!
See you there!
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Storehouse on the Park
Where? 100 Bayswater Rd, Rushcutters Bay NSW 2011
Why? Dedicated dog-friendly menu.
Treat your furry bestie with a puppycino or pawtein balls at the Storehouse on the Park dog café. It’s the perfect place to spoil your friend with a treat from the Dogustation menu that comes with endless choices. The menu is developed by an animal nutritionist, so each meal is carefully planned and balanced. Humans can also enjoy five-star meals and a pretty damn good cup of coffee.
Will you be going?
Where? 359 Crown St, Surry Hills NSW 2010
Why? The tastiest puppycinos and pawtein balls.
Lovers of Italian cuisine will be inspired by this authentic Italian cafe! Humans can taste original dishes inspired by Italian cuisine, and world-class cocktails, and check out a sophisticated wine selection. And did we mention it’s also very dog-friendly? Win-win all around. While you enjoy your housemade Gnocchi Alla Romana, your doggy can indulge in free organic treats at the laid-back outdoor sitting area.
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Where? 324A King St, Newtown NSW 2042
Why? Delicious treats for your furry friend.
Prepare your belly for mouth-watering meals and a selection of cocktails at the Cuckoo Callay. Looking for another excuse to visit this pet café in Sydney? You can take your furry friend here after a fun day at a dog-friendly beach and enjoy some great meals and drinks together. He can have tasty pupachino and bacon treats from the dog-friendly menu (and a round of pets).
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Where? Shop 4, 64–66 Gladesville Rd Hunters Hill
Why? Fun times with your pet and damn good coffee.
If you’re looking for an exceptional customer experience in all things coffee, food, beer, and wine, then Dachshund Coffee must be on your to-visit list. Did we also mention that’s a delightful spot for your four-legged friend? With a name like Dachshund, it’s only obvious that it’s a dog-friendly café where you can enjoy some bonding time with your ball of fur. Doggies of all breeds and sized are warmly welcome to hang out with their owners and socialize with other canines.
Did we get you interested?
Where? 90-96 Bourke Rd, Alexandria NSW 2015
Why? Bonding time on the verandah for dogs and their humans.
Craving some well-rounded meals, vegan smoothies, farm-fresh juices, and house-roasted coffee? Head down to Cooh Alexandria at any time of the day to relax and taste their fresh and organic meals. If you’re worried about leaving your dog at home, don’t be! Feel free to bring your canine with you to keep you company. It seems like all the most fantastic places in Sydney are dog-friendly. Just head to the verandah to grab a special spot for you and your pup.
Do you have any other dog cafés in Sydney to add to the list? Did some adorable place skip our radar? Please let us know!
Before visiting one of the cafés, please call their customer service center to ensure their dog-friendly rules still apply.