Are you a dog owner living in and around Brisbane? Then check out our list of dog friendly cafe’s –
1 – Todd & Pup. 398 Tarragindi Road, Tarragindi (Dog Friendly Cafe)
This Breakfast and Brunch restaurant in Moorooka is both dog and family friendly. Owned and operated by the Slinky Espresso crew, they specialise in gourmet coffee and fresh food at an affordable price. The café features a large outdoor seating area, with shade umbrellas and astro-turf for dogs to laze on, and they provide toys for tots to keep them entertained. So make sure that your dog is friendly with children if you want to go here. Also, remember that their kitchen closes at 12pm, but they usually still have select range of food in their fridge. (Source – Facebook)
2. Sassafras Canteen. 88 Latrobe Terrace, Paddington. (Dog Friendly Cafe)
Since 1997, Sassafras Canteen has had its doors open in Brisbane. In 2014, they reinvigorated themselves with a new breakfast and lunch menus. Dogs are able to chill with their owners in the “Bar in the Garden”- a leafy courtyard out the back of the café. They also specialise in craft beer, cider, wine, and have many vegan and gluten free options available. (Source- Facebook)
3. The Lazy Dog. Shop 4, 27 Cunningham street, Newstead, Queensland (Dog Friendly Cafe)
When owners Claudia and Ivan Coe envisioned their dream café, their beautiful border collie was their main influence! A short distance away from Water Front Park, this cool and chilled out café provides water bowls for your pooches while you enjoy your meal. Serving breakfast, brunch, and sandwiches with an Asian Fusion cuisine, this is definitely a place for you and your pup to try. (Source- Facebook) Feature photo Source: Facebook LifeofJinkee
Author – Ellie Martinez She is a university student, studying a BCI majoring in creative and professional writing. She is passionate about animals and their welfare. She has a pet cat named Tom Cat which she adopted from the RSPCA back in 2005.