Where to Have a Pint With Your Pooch in London

Where to Have a Pint With Your Pooch in London

There are a few things we consider essential for the perfect pub: ice-cold pints, a worn-in Chesterfield sofa, a fresh supply of pickled eggs (hey, don’t judge) and a dog-friendly vibe.

These 10 London pubs have our pups’ stamps of approval – yep, there’s even a boozer in Bow.

1. Red Lion and Sun, 25 North Rd, Highgate. Wile away the afternoon at this gorgeous Highgate Village pub with your pooch and a pint.

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2. The Scolt Head, 107A Culford Rd, Islington. This unpretentious (yes!) Islington pub is a favourite with local tail waggers.

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3. Prince Albert, 163 Royal College St, Camden. This historic pub does a mean Sunday lunch – good luck keeping that all to yourself, hooman.

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4. Newman Street Tavern, 21 Newman St, Fitzrovia. Gorgeous gastropub in W1 with a proper full English. You can bring your pooch as long as you share your bangers.

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5. The Red Lion, 13 St. Marys Road, Ealing. Join the ruffly regulars for their amazing Sunday roast.

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6. The East Hill, 21 Alma Rd, Wandsworth. This pub is BYOB – bring your own blanket!

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7. The Water Poet, 9-11 Folgate Street, Spitalfields. Great British food for great British dogs (ok, and their owners).

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8. The Morgan Arms, 43 Morgan St, Bow. Your pup will bow wow for this Bow boozer.

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9. The Golden Heart, 110 Commercial St, Shoreditch. This scruffy Shoreditch watering hole welcomes scruffies and well-behaved hoomans.

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10. The Kenton, 38 Kenton Rd, Hackney. Join Jarvis the pub dog for a pint – rain, hail or shine.

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Heading to Glasgow with your pooch? Pack a copy of Reuben Paris and Graham Fulton’s gorgeous new photographic book of dog-friendly pubs (and its pub-friendly dogs!) Pub Dogs of Glasgow.