Dog friendly pubs & restaurants in Leeds24 May 2023
If you’re looking for a great day out in Leeds and don’t want to leave your dog at home, then why not check out some of these dog friendly venues.
If you are wanting to treat yourself to a glass of wine, and want your pooch to be able to join you. Then head to Veritas Ale, one of the only wine bars in Leeds that is dog-friendly. Dogs are all greeted with a water bowl and treats to enjoy whilst you sip on your wine, it’s a win win (or woof woof) situation!
The Miners Bar and Kitchen
When choosing where to go with your dog in Leeds, we can’t not mention The Miners Bar and Kitchen. The staff will always give your pup some ear ruffles and belly rubs, they may even bring out a sausage for your pup if they’ve been a good boy! They are guaranteed to be given freshwater and lots of doggy treats, if its a hot day, they will even bring out an ice cube to play with. What’s not to love!
The Chequers Inn
The perfect place to tuck into some food after a long walk in the countryside, The Chequers Inn have you sorted. With a cosy fire to warm up by, you might get lucky as sometimes the Chef’s will cook up a steak for your pup. Although if a steak is a bit much for your dog, they do have lots of dog treats at the bar and will always provide water bowls.
Where? The Cross Keys, 107 Water Lane, Leeds LS11 5WD
Why? A very cosy Gastropub where your pooch will be made even more welcome than you. If you happen to be there on Sunday when the roast dinners are being served, your dog is guaranteed to get a scrap...or two.
Where? 18 New Station Street, LS1 5DL
Why?Located right next to the station, you and your furry friend can enjoy a little tipple together before you set off on your adventures.
Where? The Calls Grill, 36-38 The Calls, Leeds LS2 7EW
Why? A lively, classy, stylish and vibrant restaurant in the centre of Leeds serving delicious tapas within a relaxed and, most importantly, dog friendly environment. What more could you want?
Where? 24-26 Aire Street, LS1 4HT
Why? Maybe the only art gallery where dogs are welcome - but nonetheless, they’re very welcome here. And who knows, your pooch may even enjoy the culture.
Where? 55 Wetherby Road, Roundhay, LS8 2JU
Why? Perfectly situated next to a leafy park, this is the perfect place for you and your pooch to snuggle down and relax after your walk, and as a bonus, your furry friend will be offered treats and doggie food!
Where? 36-38 The Calls, LS2 7REW
Why? Boasting one of the best views in Leeds, it’s one that you and your pooch can enjoy together.
There’s no need to leave home without your pooch! Whether you’re borrowing a dog or hanging out with your own, be sure to stop by some of these local spots for a dog friendly day out.
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