In recent years Adelaide has been put back on the map, thanks to its vibrant culture and emerging dining scene. But did you know it’s also a fantastic place for dog owners to dine?
If you’re looking for the perfect spot to enjoy a cup of coffee or a delicious meal with your furry friend by your side, here are five of the best dog-friendly cafes in Adelaide.
Peter Rabbit, a delightful brunch destination, caters to both coffee enthusiasts and cocktail lovers. This cosy cafe nestled in a garden oasis, is a great place to revel in alfresco seating and a lush green space where your furry companion can frolic. The brunch menu is also well worth the trip.
The Flying Fig, a renowned cafe, lives up to its stellar reputation. Situated on a charming corner street, its inviting outdoor seating area provides an ideal setting to tuck into a hearty brunch alongside your furry friend. Known for its house-made creations and impeccable presentation, the Flying Fig clearly demonstrates a dedicated commitment to good food and good times.
Coffylosophy is a top spot for a coffee, but if you’re not in a hurry, pull up a chair and enjoy an exceptional brew with your pup. There is a mouthwatering eggs benedict on the menu worth a try. Enjoy the cosy interior with a captivating book wall, or the outdoor space that welcomes dogs. For non-coffee lovers, don’t miss the Belgian hot chocolate.
Tucked away in the quiet suburb of Prospect, Cafe Komodo is a hidden gem for dog owners. This charming cafe has a leafy courtyard where dogs are allowed. They serve a range of dishes, including vegetarian and vegan options, alongside an excellent coffee selection. Your canine companion will appreciate the welcoming atmosphere and fresh water bowls.
This popular spot is well-known for its buzzy atmosphere, friendly local dogs, and brunch classics. Think croque monsieur, brioche French toast with strawberries and coconut sorbet, and an indulgent blue swimmer crab scrambled eggs. On Fridays, it transforms into a charming small bar.