Yep, you read that right.
Brisbane is home to an insanely good café culture, complete with excellent food and drink. The best part, though, is that many cafés in Brisbane are dog friendly. With such a huge list to choose from, it can be hard to choose. So here’s a list of some of the best Brisbane has to offer in dog friendly cafés:
Little Loco – New Farm
One of Brisbane’s best cafes already, New Farm’s Little Loco is also dog friendly. Highlights from the menu include their huevos rancheros and pavlova waffles. For your furry friend, you can get a free puppacchino with any meal purchase. On top of that, it’s the perfect location for a walk by the river afterwards.
Open Monday-Friday 6am-2pm, Saturday & Sunday 6.30am-2pm.
Mary Mae’s – New Farm
Located next to the Powerhouse, and conveniently close to the dog park, is Mary Mae’s Bar & Kitchen. Soak in an amazing view while sharing a meal with your pup, and maybe even indulge yourself in a sneaky beverage too. They may not do puppacchino’s, but your pooch will still be spoilt for choice with freshly made dog treats and can even go for a swim in the doggie paddle pool.
Open Monday & Tuesday 8.30am-6pm, Wednesday & Thursday 8.30am-9.30pm, Friday 8.30am-late, Saturday 8am-late, Sunday 8am-8pm.
Sassafras Canteen – Paddington
It’s a struggle to decide what to get at Sassafras, because everything on the menu looks so good. They have options for everyone, including man’s best friend! They even have a special section of the menu dedicated to dogs, because who doesn’t think their dog deserves their own biscuit?
Open Monday-Friday 6.30am-2pm, Saturday & Sunday 7am-2pm
Collies & Co – Samford
If you want to feel close to nature, this café’s your pick. Located out from the busy Brisbane city, this café even has a puppy pen for your best mate to play in. And if you don’t have your own dog, don’t worry, because they supply those too. Just to top it off, at 7am, 10am and 1pm every day you can attend a Puppy Cuddle Session… score! This café also has some seriously good options for those with a sweet tooth, including the staples of pancakes and waffles, but also has great options for those looking for a more savoury start to their day. Even though it’s located out of the city, it’s still sure to be busy on the weekends so it’s recommended that you book a table.
Open from 7am-3pm every day.
Frenchie’s Cafe – Wynnum
What’s better than a day at the seaside with your dog? Frenchie’s Café in Wynnum is a dog’s paradise, complete with a menu just for your pooch. Of course, they have the classic puppacchino, but they also have pancakes and scrambled eggs! It’s truly a café that will spoil your dog, also giving them their own water bowl and mat to rest on.
Open 5am-4pm every day.
Little Black Pug Cafe – Mt Gravatt
With a brand-spanking-new menu that’s sure to make your mouth water, this café was built for dog lovers. With menu items like “Dog’s Breakfast”, “Bark-lava Yoghurt” and “The Frenchie”, it’s perfect for the pup-obsessed. They also serve puppy treats such as meatballs, biscuits, ice-cream, and of course, puppacchinos. If you need any more incentive to make this your pick for your next brunch, they’re also currently donating $1 from every coffee to wildlife rescue!
Open Tuesday-Friday 7am-3pm, Saturday 7am-2pm, Sunday 7.30am-2pm
Alcove Café & Deli – Wilston
From classics like avocado on toast to more daring breakfast experiences like pa’s pie, this café has it all. The café is known for its close, friendly team that’s sure to provide amazing service and give your pup lots of cuddles and treats.
Open Monday-Sunday 6am-2pm.
Brown Dog Café – Woolloongabba
Dubbed one of the best cafes in Woolloongabba, this café should definitely be on your list on places to take your pooch. With great food, vibrant artwork, and a casual environment, it’s sure to satisfy both you and your furry friend. Brown Dog Café don’t do puppacchinos but don’t worry, they will definitely have a treat or two for your dog to snack on!
Open Monday-Friday 6am-3pm, Saturdays 6am-2pm and Sundays 7am-1pm.