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Dogs Love Brunch Because................

Updated: Sep 29, 2022

....the time between breakfast and lunch is too long!

Who can relate? There's no way we should be expected to go for more than 4 hours without a little snackie to stop those tummy grumbles. That's why brunch was invented surely.

Two Legged Foodies love to find fabulous places where they can fill their faces on a lazy weekend morning and here 6 of our favourites where we can join them.

We joined the humans for Bottomless Aperol Brunch (just water for us though) at The Clapham North.

This spacious pub with some outside seating is perfect for Four Legged Foodies because they have a Dog Menu with 2 dishes to choose from plus dog treats, dog beer and comfy beds.

So while the humans sit back and listen to the live music with dishes like Pulled Pork Benedict and Chicken and Avocado Waffles, all we have to do is decide whether to have the Sunday Ruff Roast or It's A Dogs Dinner (both is always an option because you can always walk it off on nearby Clapham Common).

Where: 409 Clapham Rd, London SW9 9BT
Follow: @theclaphamnorth

Don't you just love a local café with friendly staff and super tasty food? Sorry Foodies of Earlsfield but we are not letting you keep Manny Dartin a secret any longer!

You don't have to wait for the weekend as brunch is served every day with dishes such as cauliflower fritters and salt beef brisket.

The staff love doggies and are happy to whip us up a puppacino and stick some extra bacon on the table just for us.

The café is air conditioned and has a great little enclosed courtyard garden at the rear.

Where: 366 Garratt Ln, London SW18 4ES

If your humans are like ours and have something called a sweet tooth, they will love what's on offer at Chestnut Bakery.

Both their Covent Garden and Belgravia locations welcome four legged foodies and on National Dog Day (August 26th) they have special treats for us too!

Two legged foodies who prefer savoury can enjoy their delicious flatbreads made in the clay oven.

Where: 24 Floral St, London WC2E 9DS and 17-21 Elizabeth St, London SW1W 9RP

With everything from Full English Breakfast to Huevos Rancheros to Fluffy Pancakes, there's a brunch dish to suit all at Archie's in Highgate.

All four legged foodies are very welcome, with treats on offer from the friendly staff and you might get to meet resident dog Doogie the Scottie!

Where: 36 Highgate Hill, London N19 5NL
Follow: @archiesldn

Linnaean in Embassy Gardens is one of those places the humans call very Instagrammable so when you put us in there too, there's a real danger of blowing up the 'gram!

Two legged foodies can enjoy a range of innovative plant based dishes for brunch including acai bowl and French toast and the good news is, it's served all day so perfect if you don't like to get up early at weekends.

Four legged foodies get a stylish bed to lounge on and treats from Pooch and Mutt. Just be warned, you will be requested to pose for a LOT of photos while you're there.

We can also keep the humans company while they get their hair, nails and face done in the beauty salon (don't worry, they don't do dogs).

Where: Embassy Gardens, 2 New Union Square, Nine Elms, London SW11 7AX

Ollie's House is a bright, spacious restaurant on Fulham Road serving brunch all day, every day!

Four legged foodies even get their own brunch menu with biltong, biscuits, puppucino and even wine. We also get a comfy bed from which to enjoy it.

Two legged foodies can enjoy healthy options such as poke bowls, Nasi Goreng and a large selection of brunch dishes. There is also a bakery and deli where you can get food to go.

The restaurant has a real Mediterranean feel and one side of the building opens up in nice weather.

Where: 236 Fulham Rd., London SW10 9NB

Happy brunching!!


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