Dog-Friendly Eateries in Brisbane

Embarking on an adventure with your furry friend is an experience like no other. Fortunately, in Brisbane, numerous venues open their doors to dogs. Whilst enjoying these dog-friendly eateries in Brisbane, it’s essential to keep your pup leashed and ensure they are on their best behaviour at all times.

St Coco Cafe, Daisy Hill

St Coco Cafe offers a warm community feel, sources produce locally, and serves hearty, creative meals and fresh pastries, including options for all dietary requirements. You won’t want to miss out on experiencing their signature dish – the Bratwurst Benedict.

Granddad Jack's, Albion

Whilst, Granddad Jack’s isn’t an eatery as such, we couldn’t not include this dog-friendly venue! Granddad Jack’s, with locations in both Brisbane and the Gold Coast, is a family-owned distillery specialising in gin, whiskey, vodka, and liqueurs. They offer a unique tasting room and bar experience. Check out their Instagram for the latest food offerings and specials such as delicious jaffles.

Moonshine Coffee, Kangaroo Point

Moonshine Coffee, located under Brisbane’s iconic Story Bridge, offers great coffee and delicious food. It combines Byron’s relaxed charm with the vibrancy of Brisbane City. Enjoy coffee that’s roasted in Byron Bay’s hinterland, just hours away.

Zero Fox, Teneriffe

Zero Fox in Teneriffe is a unique gem, combining a craft bar with a Korean and Japanese kitchen. What sets them apart is their unwavering support of small Australian breweries, wineries, and distilleries. With predominantly outdoor seating, this spot is not only great for enjoying your drinks and meals but also welcomes your furry friends to join the fun.

Joey's, Kangaroo Point

Joey’s is located in one of Brisbane’s most scenic spots, offering captivating views of the city. With a coastal-inspired aesthetic, Joey’s emanates summer vibes all year round, serving refreshing beverages and delicious meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

DogTap, Murarrie

At Brewdog DogTap, dogs aren’t just welcome; they’re encouraged! Situated along the Brisbane River, DogTap boasts great views and a laid-back atmosphere. The Taproom features 28 taps, pouring fresh brewery-crafted draughts.

Mary Mae’s, New Farm

Overlooking the Brisbane River, Mary Mae’s has been named one of the best al fresco dining spots in Brisbane. Even better, Mary Mae’s warmly welcome dogs, offering our furry friends friends their very own treats and paddle pools.

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