Brisbane’s best Pet-friendly cafes – Part II

You wrote, we listened! With so many fantastic pet-friendly cafes in Brisbane these days, one list simply isn’t enough. So we’ve put together a second offering that will keep you and your pooch busy for many weekends to come. Try a different one each week or find your favourite and become regulars who have their orders brought out to them after a look, a nod and a smile from the friendly café staff. Pets are more than welcome at the cafes listed below with lots of shade and bowls of water available to keep your furry pals cool and hydrated. In some cases you can even spoil them with a treat off the puppy menu. Enjoy!

Little Black Pug Café

6/1297 Logan Rd, Mount Gravatt

Forget pet-friendly – this café owned by wife and husband team Louise and Josh Daly is as pet-loving as they come. The couple’s two black pugs, Bowie and Mate, make regular appearances at this warm and friendly eatery and coffee house created for humans and their furry best friends. Doggos are spoilt for choice with biscuits, donuts, ice-creams, meatballs and puppycinos all available on the menu.

Goodness Gracious Cafe

250 Oxley Rd, Graceville

A favourite with locals, this chic café offers plenty of space to relax with your fur baby in the shady garden or on the deck. It also serves up Hugo’s doggie ice-cream, a coconut based frozen treat available in three flavours including peanut butter and bacon, strawberry and dog-safe chocolately carob. Best of all, Hugo’s is 100 per cent natural and made with human-grade ingredients.

Sweet Crumbs

2/489 Waterworks Rd, Ashgrove West

Pull up a chair and let your pooch find a cool spot of concrete outside this delicious bakery and patisserie serving up a range of both human and doggie sweets. Their beautifully crafted and prettily packaged doggie cupcakes and biscuits make a tasty treat or gorgeous gift for that special furry someone. They also make impressive and highly Instagrammable dog-friendly birthday cakes decorated with all the bells and whistles.

Honey & Bear Cafe

153 Campbell St, Bowen Hills

This newcomer to the café scene loves dogs so much they’ve even started their own hashtag – #dogsofhoneyandbear. Since opening in September 2018, they’ve attracted a big following to their bright and stylish shed serving up delicious food such as cauliflower chickpea fritters, salami and three cheese jaffles and yummy burgers along with Single O coffee.

Bruno’s BNE

221 Cracknell Rd, Tarragindi

This delightful park-side dog-friendly café turned two in October 2018 and it’s easy to see why the locals love it. Choose from its menu of tapas, burgers and share plates and sweets such as blueberry mess or honey pear and chestnut trifle. It also made the list of Top 50 Best Brunches in Queensland. Doggos are more than welcome at this eatery run by a team of friendly and passionate staff and when you’re done, take your dog for a walk down to the Shaftesbury Street Big Dog Park nearby. Winning!


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