Dog-Friendly Places To Eat & Drink in Bristol
Find places to eat and drink in Bristol where your dog will be welcome too.
We know what it's like, you've brought your dog away with you on a break and need to find somewhere you can go for a cosy meal, a light lunch, a swift cider or all of the above. Well we've rounded up some dog-friendly places to eat and drink to give you a few options in Bristol, where your faithful friend will be able to join you for a bite to eat too.
Stop for a refuel on your walkies or following a ramble with your beloved pooch by scrolling the list of Bristol’s dog-friendly restaurants, pubs and cafés. The café at Ashton Court Estate’s Stable Café has a wagtastic dog-friendly attitude, as does the kiosk at Oldbury Court and Snuff Mills which sells dog treats. We advise you contact the individual food and drink providers before your visit to check that their policies on dogs haven't recently changed.
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Dogs are welcome however you will be seated in the lounge rather than the restaurant. You must book in advance.
Pieminister produces delicious handmade pies using only the finest ingredients sourced from the west country.
North Somerset & the Mendips
Housed in the mansion’s former stables, the café has recently revamped its menu to focus on organic whole food, quality teas and coffees and healthy treats for kids.
Whether you are looking for a meal, fine dining or even a BBQ, this is the tip of the iceberg for what Racks can offer. A leading bar in Clifton, there is always a great buzz, whether you're here for sport, the food or the drinks on offer!
Bravas is Bristol’s best tapas bar, with an atmosphere of fun and good times. Serving great quality tapas inspired by the backstreet bars and Andalucía and paired with the finest Spanish wines, ice cold beer or decadent gin & tonics.
No.1 Harbourside celebrates the best of Bristol and the south west with their waterside venue where you can find the finest local food, free music, markets and events.
Friska Harbourside is just a stones throw from the fabulous waterfront and millennium square.
Friska’s mission is to sell “Feel Good Food” in Bristol.
Dogs allowed in the Bar area.
Cafe Revival is Bristol's Oldest Coffee House. Standing out in the heart of Bristol’s Old City
A modern city centre British Brasserie, with an emphasis on good food, good drinks & good times, in a relaxed & friendly atmosphere.
Pata Negra is a bustling, Spanish tapas & wine bar in the heart of Bristol’s Old City.
Friska’s mission is to sell “Feel Good Food” to the breakfast and lunchtime market in Bristol
Dogs allowed in certain parts of the restaurant however advanced booking is advised.
North East Somerset
The Full Stop Café at Bookbarn International is a wonder: hot food cooked to order in front of you from locally-sourced and mostly organic ingredients; bread, cakes, biscuits, soups also hand-made.
Caffe Clifton is a unique garden café in the Clifton Hotel. Serving exotic teas and coffees and truly indulgent cakes!
Dogs are allowed in the Bar section but not the restaurant.
A cosy pub, great beer garden and top notch pub food, you'll wish they were at the end of your road.
Bristol Shopping Quarter
The Caffè Nero philosophy is really very simple: Premium Italian coffee. A warm and welcoming atmosphere. Good food and great personal service.
Bespoke decor and a vast drinks range signals your arrival at Beerd, one of the first craft beer bars in the South West and part of the Bath Ales pub estate