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Dine Out Like Royalty


This Saturday our Queen officially celebrates her 95th birthday. We have it on good authority from her latest Corgi pups that she likes nothing better than to spend her special day going for a walk with them and then popping to her local pub for a glass of sherry!


But poor Queenie has to stay home and wave and smile at people all day instead. Aren’t you glad you don’t rule a country?


If you’d like to join in the celebrations, here are 5 places you can raise a glass to Liz within sniffing distance of Buckingham Palace.




Jones Family Kitchen is situated in the beautiful Eccleston Yards in Belgravia.


Whether at the glitzy cocktail bar or the sunny terrace, we doggies are welcome everywhere in this independent restaurant.


For the humans, beef is their speciality so they can treat themselves to steak prepared in the charcoal oven. And hopefully they will share it with you!


Book your table here and follow @jonesbelgravia




Smith & Whistle is the Queen's local and all dogs who visit get treated like royalty here.


Cocktails are their speciality but they also have a few dishes for the humans like burgers and Cheese Toastie. They just won't be served in anything as fancy as the bowl we get!


We doggies even have our own Dogtail Menu. Afterwards you can take a stroll in her Majesty's garden (aka Green Park).


Follow them @smithandwhistle.




Mingle with the elite of Mayfair at North Audley Canteen either on their terrace (walk-ins only) or inside the pretty restaurant.


The menu is Mediterranean/ middle eastern and you can get brunch, lunch and dinner at NAC. The humans said it was one of the best Shakshuka they ever had and they did let me try a tiny bit of merguez sausage.


NAC is very close to Hyde Park for walkies then you can go back for their speciality dessert of cookies and Frosties ice cream!


Book your inside table here and follow @nacmayfair




Across the street from NAC you will find Mercato Mayfair inside the stunning St. Marks Church.


This is an indoor/ smaller version of