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The Best Dog-friendly Cafes in Sydney for a Puppyccino

From puppyccinos to dedicated doggy menus, these are the best dog-friendly cafes in Sydney to hit up with your pooch.

Naked Brew (Image Credit @pawfect_hugo)

Until dogs are granted their rightful place and are cleared to go everywhere and anywhere, we're heading to dog-friendly venues to hang. From full-blown dog menus packed with gelato and puppyccinos to riverside cafes with built-in adventure, Sydney is the place to be for dog parents and dog lovers alike. 

Whether you've got your own doggo or are looking for an abundance of free pats, this is where you're going to find the best dog-friendly cafes in Sydney. 

Naked Brew (Image Credit: @miss.coco.luscious)

Naked Brew 

Complete with its own menu dedicated to your little furry friend, Naked Brew in Erskineville is easily one of the most dog-friendly cafes in Sydney. From doggie doughnuts and waffles to doggie-ccinos and ice cream, brunch has never looked so good for a pooch. The food is equally as on point for humans. The folks behind Naked Brew serve up impressive fare with a generous array of contemporary sweet and savoury all-day breakfast dishes, a handful of indulgent lunch bites and killer coffee.

110 Swanson St, Erskineville

Lost and Found

Lost and Found 

This North Sydney cafe goes above and beyond for pooches and we love to see it. But that's not all! As well as being pup-friendly, Lost and Found also sell plants and antiques so you can browse to your heart's content whilst sipping on a hot coffee - all with your best mate in tow. Order treats for your pet from the dog menu or go all out and head over on a Sunday for an entire doggie high tea! 

223 Miller Street, North Sydney 

The Flying Bear

The Flying Bear

Gorgeous waterfront views and you can bring your pooch? Say no more. Nestled into the bottom level of the Sydney Flying Squadron, The Flying Bear cafe one of the suburb’s best-kept secrets. The cafe sits on the picturesque deck, with umbrellas and bench seating setting the scene for long lazy lunches with your little mate. The menu is brimming with all your brunch faves like smashed avo toast and maple-baked granola alongside heartier lunch options served into the afternoon. The crispy fish tacos are a must!

76 McDougall St, Kirribilli

Harry's Bondi

Harry's Bondi 

Harry's is a Bondi institution. So much so that they have their own dedicated merch. Their nourishing menu is an absolute delight and with seating that spills out onto the pavement, it's ideal for doggos, too. Expect all kinds of delicious salad bowls, brunch classics and burgers through to top-notch coffee, elixirs and, of course, puppyccinos. 

136 Wairoa Avenue, Bondi 

Dachshund Coffee

Dachshund Cafe

When you name yourself after one of the cutest dogs around, chances are you’re going to let them through the door. Dachshund Cafe in Hunters Hill is a laidback local haunt that’s famous for its cold brew and modern breakfast dishes with a twist. Pop in for a post-walk puppyccino and browse the all-star brunch menu which entices with the likes of halloumi brekkie rolls with house-made chipotle mayo, veggie-laden power bowls and wagyu brisket sandwiches. For the very good boys and girls, check out the doggie menu for pawsome sweet treats.

64/66 Gladesville Rd, Hunters Hill

Puppy Tail Cafe

Puppy Tail Cafe 

It's all in the name. Puppy Tail Cafe have got you sorted for park hangs and refreshments. Located next to Blackman Park Dog Park, it's a doggy dreamland. Nothing quite beats sipping on a piping hot cuppa whilst your best friend chows down on a wooffle, trust us. 

Blackman Park, Lane Cove 

Boatshed Woronora

The Boatshed at Woronora 

Backing onto a small arm of the Woronora River, The Boatshed is a little slice of paradise in the suburbs. It's open seven days a week for breakfast and lunch with a deck that sits out over the river. After feasting on bacon and eggs and fresh smoothies, hire a canoe, kayak or paddle board and explore the river with your furry friend. 

131 Prince Edward Park, Woronora 

Loving this edit of the best dog-friendly cafes in Sydney and keen to embark on a few more foodie adventures with your favourite furry friend? Be sure to catch our edit of the best dog-friendly bars in Sydney. If you're keen to do something even more special, be sure to take a peek at our dog-friendly accommodation picks. What could be better than a hol with your four-legged friend?! 

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