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Top Dog-Friendly Spots to Visit this Bank Holiday Weekend

Are you planning a bank holiday weekend getaway with your furry friend? If yes, then you're in luck! We've compiled a list of the top dog-friendly spots that you and your pooch can visit this weekend. Whether you're looking for a beachside retreat or a countryside escape, there's something for every dog and their owner. From dog-friendly pubs to scenic walks, you'll find plenty of activities to keep your four-legged friend entertained.


So pack your bags, grab your pup's leash, and get ready for a fun-filled weekend with your furry companion. Let's dive into some of the best dog-friendly spots that the London has to offer.


Sloane Place


Sloane Place Restaurant serves up some of the most delicious food in Chelsea with a mouthwatering all-day dining menu showcasing European/Javanese cuisine and a killer bottomless brunch menu at the weekend too. It also loves welcoming doggy guests who can enjoy dining with their masters and mistresses at both the Sloane Place Restaurant and The Roof Terrace at The Sloane where water bowls and treats will be dished out.

60 Lower Sloane St, London SW1W 8BP; sloaneplace.com


M Victoria

Pups are welcome year-round at M Victoria: a ‘Dine with your Dog’ menu is available, complete with Pawsecco for your Canine Companion. Or if your dog is more of a brunch fan, they can tuck into their own brunch menu of either bacon and peanut butter cookies or dried chicken livers. The £5 cost will go towards Battersea Cats and Dogs Home.

Zig Zag Building, 74 Victoria St, London SW1E 6SQ; mrestaurants.co.uk


Bluebird Café


Pups are more than welcome at long-standing Chelsea haunt Bluebird Café, a sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of the Kings Road. After being greeted with a warm welcome by staff, dogs are given a bowl of water (with a choice of tap or still), and a goody bag of treats to devour while you tuck into an idyllic Saturday morning lunch.

350 King’s Rd, London SW3 5UU; bluebirdrestaurant.co.uk


Colbert

In the centre of Sloane Square, this French-inspired restaurant is the convergence point of Chelsea, Knightsbridge and Belgravia. The upscale cuisine will have you staying for a few hours, but the people watching will keep you there for a good while longer. Lucky you’ll have your trusty companion to keep you company.

50-52 Sloane Square, London SW1W 8AX, colbertchelsea.com


Megan's


Megan's is a dog-friendly restaurant in London, UK. The pup friendly restaurant, welcomes you to


join inside underneath the gorgeous floral ceiling. Sample one of their gourmet dishes inspired


by Mediterranean and Turkish cuisine. Brunch is served, including options for vegetarians and


vegans. Desserts and take out dishes are also available. They even have small treats at the


entrance of the restaurant!


Battersea Power Station, SW118EG, https://megans.co.uk





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