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Dog Friendly Bristol - Dog at the Bristol Balloon Fiesta: Credit Bristol City Council

Dog Friendly Bristol - Dog at the Bristol Balloon Fiesta: Credit Bristol City Council

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Dog-Friendly Places To Eat & Drink in Bristol

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Number of results: 54

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  1. Add The Hatchet Inn to your Itinerary

    The Hatchet Inn

    Central Bristol

    Established in 1606, The Hatchet is the oldest pub in Bristol. Located across the road from the O2 Academy, swing by for a pre-gig pint and a bite to eat.

  2. Add The Swan Inn to your Itinerary

    The Swan Inn

    Winscombe

    The welcoming Swan in Rowberrow overlooking the heather strewn beauty of Beacon Batch - a regular stopping point for ramblers, dog walkers, mountain bikers, and villagers alike.

  3. Add King Street Brew House to your Itinerary

    King Street Brew House

    Central Bristol

    The King Street Brew House is an urban style city centre pub with its very own micro-brewery creating an amazing range of both cask and keg beers.

  4. Add The Ostrich to your Itinerary

    The Ostrich

    Harbourside

    Perched on the edge of the historic Bristol Harbourside, The Ostrich sits proud with its large pub garden and stunning interior to match.

  5. Add Friska - Victoria Street to your Itinerary

    Friska - Victoria Street

    Central Bristol

    Friska’s mission is to sell “Feel Good Food” to the breakfast and lunchtime market in Bristol

  6. Friska - Queen Square

    Central Bristol

    For breakfast think house toasties, poached eggs, porridge and muffins. Lunch brings the famous burritos, hot wraps, hotboxes as well as grab and go sandwiches and salads.

  7. Add The Old Market Assembly to your Itinerary

    The Old Market Assembly

    Old Market

    The Old Market Assembly is a responsibly out-of-control restaurant/theatre/bakery and music venue. It's one of Bristol's most exciting cultural venues. We can't think of a reason not to go.

  8. Quay Street Diner

    Central Bristol

    Quay Street is a vibrant and independent Californian Diner inspired by the sunny shores and fresh produce of the Golden State.

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  9. Add Las Iguanas - Cribbs Causeway to your Itinerary

    Las Iguanas - Cribbs Causeway

    Cribbs Causeway

    Dogs are allowed on the outdoor piazza areas only.

  10. Add The Strawberry Thief to your Itinerary

    The Strawberry Thief

    Central Bristol

    Elegant and inclusive continental style bar in the creative heart of Bristol. Proudly independent, specialising in Belgian & local beers.

  11. Add Revolucion de Cuba to your Itinerary

    Revolucion de Cuba

    Central Bristol

    Escape to paradise with our Cuban-inspired cocktail bar and restaurant. Feasts and fiestas loaded with flavour, prepare for Latin-inspired drinks, dishes, tapas and cocktails that will capture your foodie soul.

  12. Add The Full Stop Cafe at Bookbarn International to your Itinerary

    The Full Stop Cafe at Bookbarn International

    North East Somerset

    Dog friendly in both the shop and cafe.

  13. Add Bocabar Paintworks to your Itinerary

    Bocabar Paintworks

    East Bristol

    Dogs only allowed on outside terrace area.

  14. Add Riverstation to your Itinerary

    Riverstation

    Central Bristol

    Located on Bristol’s iconic harbourside, Riverstation is the perfect place to enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner all year round.

  15. Add The Pelican to your Itinerary

    The Pelican

    Chew Magna

    The Pelican Inn is situated in the heart of the Chew Valley in the village of Chew Magna, renowned for delivering great food and mouth-watering cask ales.

  16. Cargo Cantina

    Central Bristol

    CARGO Cantina is inspired by the authentic Cantinas of Mexico, traditionally forbidden to women, children and men in military uniform, where hombres used to drink around the bar with snacks.

  17. Add Pata Negra to your Itinerary

    Pata Negra

    Central Bristol

    Pata Negra is a bustling, Spanish tapas & wine bar in the heart of Bristol’s Old City.

  18. Add Friska - Park Street to your Itinerary

    Friska - Park Street

    Clifton

    Friska was started with a simple idea; to open a place for breakfast, lunch and coffee which makes you feel great.

  19. Add No. 1 Harbourside to your Itinerary

    No. 1 Harbourside

    Central Bristol

    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.

  20. Add Bill’s Restaurants to your Itinerary

    Bill’s Restaurants

    Clifton

    In the heart of Bristol’s busy shopping area, in between Clifton and the city centre, Bill’s Bristol restaurant is areal gem of a place, open all day and into the night.

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