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The Shaftesbury

The Shaftesbury is a great pub in Richmond which has plenty of space for dogs of all sizes and a great garden at the rear.

White Hart - Barnes

The White Hart is a Young’s pub situated right on the Thames in Barnes. The terrace is great for watching the sunset and a prime position for watching the annual boat race! (Though a little too busy for dogs on that day)

White Cross

The pub is large inside and on multiple levels, it had a fabulous terrace overlooking the river which has some cover. There are treats for pooches on the bar and water is provided.

Grana Cheesy Pasta

On Camden High Street there is a really cool street food market made up from shipping containers and pooches are welcome to join their humans as they work their round all the vendors!

Arber Garden

The Arber Garden is a large pub/restaurant in Fitzrovia with many rooms and lots of space.
The terrace is beautiful and a great place to sit even in Winter as it is covered. It’s the perfect place to enjoy a lazy lunch with friends.

The Broadcaster

The Broadcaster is a great place to visit if you like celeb spotting as it is right next to Television Centre.
This is more than a pub, it’s more of a bar and restaurant with huge amounts of space on the ground floor but you must take the lift to the roof to see the terrace restaurant.

The Old Ship

Pooches receive a warm welcome and they have treats on the bar for us. We enjoyed a nice stroll on the green afterwards.

Flip & Sear

Head down to Camden and you will find Hawley Wharf which is a dog friendly indoor street food venue with a variety of cuisines on offer.
Hawley Wharf is close to Camden High Street where you can watch the wild and wacky variety of humans or take a stroll along the canal.

Coach and Horses - Isleworth

Sometimes it is hard to find a pub that has really good food for the humans so ours were over the moon with The Coach and Horses in Isleworth.
The pub has a large garden with a bar for dogs to help themselves to treats and water. It also has something that is rare in London - a car park!!


Drunch takes its name from Drinks and Brunch which just so happen to be 2 of our favourite things! This restaurant is a short stroll from Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill for great walkies.

Sloane Place Terrace

Pooches are welcome to join their humans on the terrace and anywhere in the hotel. There are lifts to the terrace for doggies who don’t like stairs.

Megans Terrace

The outdoor space is located on Clapham Common - so great for walkies before or after your visit. Or both if your humans drink as much wine as ours and have to walk stagger home!


The Shaftesbury

The Shaftesbury is a great pub in Richmond which has plenty of space for dogs of all sizes and a great garden at the rear.