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20 Best Dog Cafes In Sydney 2022 Guide

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It seems like everybody has a dog here, so it’s no wonder there are many amazing dog cafes in Sydney! From a dedicated dog friendly menu to treats like pawtein balls, Sydney has everything you could want for a pawfect cafe visit with your four legged friend.

Could you think of anything better than sharing a good coffee and a pupaccino with your best friend in the Australian sun at some of the best dog friendly cafes in Sydney?

Even if it’s a rainy day, there are places on this list you can enjoy an indoor table with your lovely dog. So turn a ruff day around, visit one of our 20 best dog cafes in Sydney and you will have something to bark home about.

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1. Try the world’s first pupaccino at Café Bones, Leichdhart


Without a doubt, one of the best dog friendly cafes in Sydney, Cafe Bones even says that they are “the ultimate destination for dogs and their two-legged pets”. Any place that puts furry friends first is a win for me.

Try the world’s first pupaccino from the Cafes Bones dog menu, “they liked them before they were cool”, or their house made dog biscuits. Oh, and humans can eat delicious meals too.

Café Bones in Hawthorne Canal Reserve is featured on our best dog parks in Sydney guide because let’s face it, they are pawsome!

2. Share a gelato with your pooch at Dachshund Coffee


That’s right, your furry friend can chew down on a dog gelato, made from honey, coconut, mango, carrot and carob at one of the best dog friendly cafes in Sydney. Don’t worry, they are not an exclusive Dachshund Coffee place, any breed and their human sidekick are allowed. They even have a wholesome delicious menu for the humans to enjoy.

3. Join the community at Porch & Parlour, Bondi


Porch & Parlour started in an Eastern Suburbs home, friends and neighbours would gather to share food and drinks on the porch or inside (the parlour). Now the cafe is a bigger version of their porch, inviting more of the community and their dogs.

Take your pooch and taste some of their incredible dishes right by Bondi Beach and get to know the locals here at one of the best dog friendly cafes in Sydney. Make sure you check out our popular guide for The Best Things To Do In Bondi which includes this famous cafe!

4. Enjoy the freshest cup of coffee at Wolfpack Coffee Roasters, Mortlake


With on-site roasters, Wolfpack Coffee‘s pretty damn good cup of coffee is sure to wake you up before that morning doggy walk. With freshly baked pastries on offer too, it will become one of your favourite dog friendly cafes in Sydney I’m sure.

5. Gorge on a decadent breakfast at Naked Brew, Erskineville


By that, I mean both you and your four legged friend can treat yourselves to a delicious menu at Naked Brew. For the pooch, how about doggie waffles, donuts or house made dog biscuits in the shape of bones. For the dog owners, try their chilli kimchi scrambled eggs or buddha bowl. Bone appetite at one of the best dog friendly cafes in Sydney!

6. Treat your dog at Puppy Tail Cafe, Lane Cove


With a menu for only your dog and situated in an off-leash dog park, Puppy Tail Cafe is somewhere you can really treat your good boy or girl. The dog café is run by a pet nutritionist and truly is a special spot for your four legged friends to socialise.

7. Have an Italian feast at Cafe Bartolo, Surry Hills


Cafe Bartolo loves dogs and will accommodate your pooch wherever possible, even giving them free organic treats. All of this is so you can relax, and enjoy a decadent Italian breakfast or lunch with wine, of course. There’s a reason this made the list of best dog cafes in Sydney.

8. Have a quirky and inventive breakfast at Cuckoo Callay, Newtown


A great dog friendly cafe offering puppachinos so you can enjoy your meal without having to share. Cuckoo Callay has a Korean and South East Asian menu and outdoor seating area, making it an excellent dog friendly cafe you need to try.

9. Enjoy an Asian Fusion lunch at Honkas Bar & Eats, Potts Point


If you are looking for dog friendly bars then Honkas is your place. They offer free treats for your pooch so you can enjoy a cocktail and delve into their awesome menu of dumplings, bao buns or go full out with their taster menu.

10. Visit a dog friendly beach then eat at Sugar & Spoon, Rose Bay


Rose Bay is one of the best dog beaches in Sydney and what makes it even better is the dog friendly cafe, Sugar & Spoon. With indoor and outdoor tables, you and your pooch can dry off from the beach and enjoy an amazing breakfast.

11. You must try the croissants at Rollers Bakehouse, Manly


One of the best croissants and cinnamon cronuts I have had was at Rollers Bakehouse in Manly. Completely dog friendly, the four legged friend I was pet sitting was able to chill out and enjoy all the attention from every waiter that passed.

Want to know more about pet or house sitting? Annie & Steve wrote a guide to house sitting and rave about their experience.

12. Make your way through a pancake stack at Happyfield, Haberfield


Happyfield knows how to do pancakes and they do them really well. They are completely dog friendly so you can enjoy good food with furry friends. The only downside, you may have to bring your own food for your pooch.

13. Have breakfast on the wharf at The Flying Bear, Kiribilli


With incredible views on the water and welcoming of all dogs, The Flying Bear is a must-try on your list of dog cafes in Sydney. Try their breakfast or lunch menu with good coffee or smoothies.

14. Enjoy a European feast at Frenchy’s Cafe, Mosman


A french dog friendly cafe on the North Shore, surrounded by beautiful walking trails? Yes, please! Frenchy’s Cafe is also a fully licensed wine bar so you can go for breakfast and stay for a wine lunch. Think Croque monsieur, duck confit and French charcuterie boards, yum yum yum!

Missing Europe? Try a place on our list of best European restaurants in Sydney!

15. Have a wholesome day at Cooh, Alexandria


Serving up wholesome, nature inspired food, Cooh Alexandria is the perfect place to have a relaxing meal out with your beautiful dog. Try their chilli jam scrambled eggs, washed down with a mimosa and you will be sure to avoid a ruff day!

Why not pop into some of our favourite antique stores while you’re in Alexandria by checking out our guide to The Best Antique Shops In Sydney.

16. Visit the dessert cafe, Pawfect Delights, Mascot


Believe it or not, Pawfect delights is human-friendly too for dog owners. Enjoy house-made waffles, Italian donuts and cannoli whilst your pooch picks from their dog menu. Think pupsicles, puppaccinos and kangaroo sticks. Never have a ruff day with a visit here at one of the best dog friendly cafes!

17. Have a ball at Jackie’s Cafe, Paddington


Jackie’s Cafe is a lively cafe with a delicious menu of dishes such as lobster eggs, sushi and chicken katsu sandwiches. Pair this wine their wine menu and cuddles from your furry friends and you have got yourself a pawfect day.

18. Have a paws-itively chilled time at Baffi & Mo, Redfern


Baffi & Mo welcome all pets and humans, especially if you are sporting an interesting mo. Four legged friends can join you as you dine on dishes like Moroccan potato hash or corn fritters. With indoor and outdoor tables, you can be sure to get a seat.

19. Walk then dine at The Picnic, Burwood


Situated in Burwood Park, The Picnic is the perfect spot to dine with your pooch. Chill out on the outdoor tables under a cute canopy and order delicious dishes from this pretty dog friendly cafe. Yes paw-lease!

20. Share a Greek meal with your furry friend at Organica, Concord


A Greek-inspired menu and a “Doggie Greek mix” for your pooch? Howl you doing Organica?! The dog menu includes ground lamb and sweet potato or Paws bites made from peanut butter, banana, blueberries and yoghurt. The human menu includes souvlaki and crab meat spaghetti, keeping everyone happy!

Looking for something to on a summer’s evening with your dog? Moonlight Cinema welcomes all pooches and features on our list of Best cinemas in Sydney. Movies, popcorn and puppy cuddles, what a cute night!

Hope you’ve enjoyed our guide for the best dog friendly cafes in Sydney!

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This article is written by Amii Freeman, our resident writer at Londoner In Sydney.

Hi I’m Amii! I’m from Darlington in the North East of England. I moved from London to Sydney in 2019 for a slower pace and to be by the coast, without having to give up my love of cities. My passion is in film and TV, I screen-write and act as much as I can. In my spare time I love trying new food, exploring new places, kayaking, hiking and cycling. Follow me on Instagram @amiifreeman!