Dog friendly burger places can be hard to come by… but not in London!
Sometimes, a fat juicy burger is all that will do. There’s nothing quite as satisfying as biting into a delicious burger. The only thing that makes it better is having your furry best friend by your side.
We’ve sniffed out the best burger places in the capital that welcome your four legged companion. Venues where you can enjoy relaxing with tasty food, thirst quenching pints and cocktails and dogs galore!
Wags N Tales is one of the most dog-friendly food and drink establishments in London. In fact, it was previously voted London’s most dog friendly pub. They specialise in artisan coffee, cakes and fresh homemade food including delicious burgers. They have a dog friendly menu that includes pupcakes, homemade scones, homemade treat bags and puppachinos.
The atmosphere is friendly and chilled, with a snazzy interior and a beautiful heated courtyard, perfect for humans and hounds!
This 200 person capacity outdoor venue boasts top-notch views of London. Enjoy pints, cocktails, burgers and their renowned vegan burgers with your furry best friend in tow. They have DJ’s on rotation everyday to keep the good vibes going and your pooch will be howling along with the tunes.
This burger chain originates from New York and has several restaurants around London, all of which are dog friendly.Every shake shack has a special menu for dogs including treats like their Pooch-ini, Red Velvet dog biscuits and Bag O’ Bones. Shake Shack loves to welcome four legged friends!
Brewdog is one of the most dog friendly pub chains around. With a relaxing vibe and tasty craft beers to enjoy you and your pooch will love this place. Not to forget they make some truly amazing burgers. There are numerous Brewdogs around London. This includes Soho, Clerkenwell, Tower Hill, Old Street, Camden, Clapham Junction, Dalston, Shepherds Bush and Canary Wharf.
This brilliant dog friendly burger joint is set in King’s Cross. Think floor to ceiling glass walls, neon lights, all the craft beers you could want and mouth watering burgers.
From hearty breakfasts to juicy, succulent burgers, Bills does it all. Enjoy great food with great friends in a relaxed and fun atmosphere. Tucked away in St Martin’s Courtyard, there’s loads of seating across the two floors of the restaurant. Bill’s welcomes our pooches on the conditions that they are friendly, well behaved and sit on the floor.
This ones for the veggies!
Mildred’s is a classic vegetarian institution in London where it has pioneered plant based food since 1988. With spots in Soho, Kings Cross, Dalston and Camden there’s no excuse not to try. Well behaved dogs are welcome in all restaurants and the staff love to make a fuss of furry visitors.
Bar Kick is East London’s mecca for good times, dirty burgers, fried chicken and live sport. Find them on Shoreditch High Street for premium craft beer and expertly mixed cocktails. You can also take on your mates at table football on their championship grade tables. Bar Kick is the best place to enjoy live sport and tasty food and drink alongside your pooch. They show Premier League, European football, rugby and NFL games across their twelve 4K screens.
Dirty Bones is in an iconic Grade II-listed heritage building on Club Row. Restored marble columns, vintage mirrors and an original gold plated bar make this place as eye catching as it is stylish. Dirty Bones’ menu offers NYC inspired comfort food with a creative twist and the burgers are out of this world!
The Full Nelson in Deptford isn’t a standard healthy vegan feed. It’s a haven for junk food lovers, think finger lickingly good seitan “chicken” burgers. This place is known to get packed quickly so head over early and be prepared to have a drink at the bar while you wait. The best thing about this burger joint is how dog friendly it is!
Fresh, locally sourced ingredients are the cornerstone of this dog friendly burger spot in Shepherds Bush, London. The Defectors Weld host DJ’s every weekend and are right in the centre of West London’s nightlife. This makes it a perfect spot for a feed before a night out on the town. Pooches are made to feel very welcome in this fun restaurant and bar.
What Do You Think Of Our Dog Friendly Burger Spots In London?
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