Unleash the Fun at 5 0f Brisbane’s Top Dog-Friendly Cafés

Pet Friendly Cafes Brisbane

Every weekend, the streets of Brisbane come alive with the patter of paws and the laughter of dog lovers, strolling alongside their furry companions. But the adventure doesn’t stop at the walk; it continues at the city’s beloved dog-friendly cafes.

If you’re searching for the perfect spot to sip on coffee or enjoy a meal with your furry child, here are some of Brisbane’s best dog-friendly cafés.

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Photo: Little Black Pug Cafe

Little Black Pug Cafe, Mount Gravatt

Is there anything better than a cafe that has a dog menu? No, we didn’t think so, either. while you’re enjoying some punny dishes like a hash puppy, your dog will be digging into grain-free beef and vegetable meatballs and a puppycino to wash it down.

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Photo: Corgi Garden

Corgi Garden, Milton

This corgi-themed cafe welcomes dogs of all breeds. Every weekend the cafe is filled with corgis and other dogs, and their owners cutting into corgi butt buns. Yes, you read that right. For your pup, they can chew on a homemade corgi KitKat.

best dog friendly cafes brisbane
Photo: Sassafras of Paddington

Sassafras Of Paddington, Paddington

Known affectionately as “Sass” by locals, this cafe is filled with locals and pets on the weekend, munching on breakfast favourites, including the dogs. The dedicated doggy menu features vegan chews and a pupuccino, cookie doggy biscuit combo.


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Photo: Goodness Gracious Cafe

Goodness Gracious Café, Graceville

Graceville’s leafy streets are a haven for dogs. The local cafe is no exception. Here, pull up a chair in the leafy courtyard and enjoy a long weekend brunch with friends. Don’t worry your dog will be more than happy to spend some time licking their way through a tub of doggy ice cream.

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Photo: The Smug Fig

The Smug Fig, East Brisbane

This cafe in East Brisbane combines great food and a love for dogs. The outdoor space is perfect for your pup to stretch its legs while you savour their mouthwatering dishes like huevos rancheros, chai waffles, and French toast if you have a sweet tooth.

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