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The 11 best dog-friendly cafés in Sydney

You’ll never want to leave these pooch-friendly places

Looking for new doggie day out adventure? We’ve picked the top 11 dog friendly cafes in Sydney for you and your pooch. Let us know what your doggo loved!

#1: Naked Brew, Erskineville

Naked Brew is a cosy cafe that serves up trusty classics and some wonderfully creative dishes. And it has a dedicated menu for your furbaby to choose from.  

So what’ll it be? Doggy doughnuts or a puppychino to start?

110 Swanson St, Erskineville NSW
02 9557 1628

#2: Storehouse on the Park, Rushcutters Bay

Storehouse on the Park is located right near the harbour and close to the city centre.

It offers a dedicated dog-friendly menu for your canine companion with meals such as puppychinos, pawtein balls, watermelon chews and sesame pup wafers. Yum!

100 Bayswater Rd, Rushcutters Bay NSW
02 8353 8988

#3: Cafe Bones, Leichardt

Since 2000 Cafe Bones has held the vision of a vibrant meeting place for dogs and their human parents. They offer a delicious dog focused menu in addition to their healthy hooman friendly one. We think it’s a real treat!

Hawthorne Canal Reserve, Canal Rd, Leichhardt NSW
02 8086 2433

#4: Four Ate Five, Surry Hills

This local Surry Hills gem is a cheerful, snug cafe with outdoor seating and serving Single O coffee with love and care.

They focus on a delicious Israeli style menu which aligns with the owners’ Jewish heritage. And provide outdoor seating for you and your fur family to chill and enjoy meetups with other pet parents.

485 Crown Street, Surry Hills, NSW 2010
02 9698 6485

#5: Chew Chew, Wollstonecraft

The Chew Chew motto is simple food you can trust. Motivated by a Japanese style of pet nutrition it’s a place where your fur babies can get up close and personal with healthy and happy food.  

It’s a peaceful and happy place for doggies. And that’s good for us as paw parents. 

Shop 3, Railway Walk, Wollstonecraft Station Shirley Road, Chatswood, NSW
02 9460 7111

#6: Caffe Bartolo, Surry Hills

Caffe Bartolo is Sydney’s best all-day Italian eatery with a pro-dog agenda.

You’ll get easy access to good seats and tasty brunch in this busy part of Sydney town. Plus plenty of footpath space for you and your furbaby to relax, refresh and regroup before hitting the pavement once more. 

359 Crown Street, Surry Hills, NSW 2010

#7: Cuckoo Callay, Newtown

Cuckoo Callay is a quirky collision of fine food and impeccable coffee. Its name comes from a phrase in ‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ which says so much about the playful nature of this place.

In both its Surry Hils and Newtown locations fur babies are encouraged and catered for. Pawsome!

324A King Street, Newtown, NSW 2042
413-415 Crown Street, Surry Hills, NSW 2010

#8: Dachshund Coffee, Hunters Hill

COME.SIT.STAY is this cafes’ maxim. We think you’ll love taking your fur friend out for a puppychino to Dachshund Coffee.

Touting damn fine coffee, they’re a community-focused cafe where people come together to create and celebrate fine food and a day out with their pooch.

64–66 Gladesville Rd, Hunters Hill, NSW 2110
02 9879 4619

#9: Cooh Bourke Road, Alexandria

Great food, lovely vibe and seating options, pet friendly and fabulous service.

Their extensive menu caters to vegetarians and vegans. It doesn’t get better than this beautiful brunch spot right in the heart of Alexandria. We love the ambience and think you and your pooch will too. 

90-96 Bourke Road, Alexandria, NSW 2015
02 9002 1333

#10: The Winery, Surry Hills

This quirky urban garden oasis in the heart of Surry Hills has everything. 


And dogs.

285A Crown St, Surry Hills, NSW 2010
02 8322 2007

#11: Store Espresso, Camperdown

Sip on super-creamy flat whites made from Euroblend coffee and sit park-side in Store Espresso’s flower-filled locale.

Store Espresso’s vibe is restful and chic. And they treat your fur baby like one of their own. Pooch low on water? They’ll fill up their doggie bowl in no time. 

17 Fowler Street, Camperdown
02 9517 4157

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