Best Dog Friendly Cafes In Brisbane

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First there was the babycino, now there’s the puppucino. Our four-legged friends are fast-becoming regulars on the Brisbane café scene. And with coffee shops offering water bowls, designated tie-up areas, shade and doggie treats – it really is a dog’s life for Brisbane pups. Looking for a dog-friendly café in Brisbane? Be sure to add this selection to your list. 

Little Loco, New Farm 

Little Loco on Merthyr Road loves dogs – check out their puppy highlights on Instagram to see their cute collection of #dogswhobrunch. There is plenty of shaded space for dogs to chill in and fresh water available. Treat your pup to a puppocino, while you enjoy an all-day breakfast or lunch and specialty coffee. 

Learn more: www.instagram.com/littlelococafe 

The Colour Nine Café, Stafford Heights

This gorgeous café nestled in the heart of Stafford offers a relaxed and comfy kid and dog-friendly space. The Colour Nine Café has a great selection of smoothies, all your usual breakfast suspects and an Asian-inspired day menu. 

Learn more: www.thecolourninecafe.com/

Eclectea, Brighton

Fur-babies are always welcome at this dog-friendly vintage café bar, where you’ll find water bowls and a dedicated tie-up spot for dogs. Chill out with a local beer and listen to live music, or swoon over the cool selection of collectible and retro goods inside. 

Learn more: www.instagram.com/eclectea 

St. Coco Café, Daisy Hill 

Take your doggie for a date at this popular suburban café open Monday to Friday. There’s a delicious menu on offer with everything from Bratwurst Benedict to Passionfruit Curd Waffles. Vegan, raw and gluten free treats are available too. 

Learn more: www.stcococafe.com.au/

Hunter & Scout, Graceville

Furry friends are welcome at this leafy paradise tucked away off Honour Avenue at Graceville. There’s plenty of space for your pooch to rest, while you dine on a delicious menu. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available. French toast with rum & raisin ice cream, anyone? 

Learn more: www.hunterandscout.com.au

Ellen and Rod, Ipswich

When a café has its own Doggo Wall of Fame, you know they are seriously dog-friendly. Ellen and Rod encourage you to bring your dog along to their Ipswich Café, where they’ll snap a pic and add it to their wall of fame. 

Learn more: www.instagram.com/ellen_and_rod/

 

 

 

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