A list of dog friendly cafes and places you can take your dog for a coffee and chat.
Cafe de Bones
The first Truly Dog Friendly cafe in Adelaide.
A regular service for doggy lovers in the Fullarton Road car park at Victoria Park Racecourse.
Fullarton Road, Adelaide, SA 5067
Tel: 04 49068731
Thyme Cafe on Victoria Square in Adelaide
Cafe Director, Annelle Bosch has let us know that as an animal lover herself and a huge fan of taking her own fur children out to brunch, she loves seeing other people bring their pets along. She says doggies are definitely welcome at Thyme Cafe – a perfect spot for breakfast / brunch on a Saturday morning. You may need to book a table, but be sure to mention you’re bringing your pooch and they’ll seat you in the outdoor area overlooking the Square.
Fresh water is available and a special treat of biscuit for your four-legged friend!
191a Victoria square
Zootz Kitchen Bar
Right on Henley Beach and dog friendly.
257 Seview Road,
Tel: (08) 8235 9990
Dog friendly Cafes
They have a large outdoor seating area where many of their guests bring their lovely dogs to sit and enjoy our food and coffee.
38 Sheoak Road,
Tel: (08) 8278 2946
Large outside area, most of which is under cover where people can bring their dogs while having a meal or a coffee, Handy location to the lakes and park area in Oakden.
67 Sir Ross Smith Boulevard,
Outdoor tables and railing for attaching dog leads for safety.
They have a specific dog friendly dining area with water bowls.
The Edge Cafe
Popular with local dog owners
47 Jetty Road,
Tel: (08) 8298 4480
Water always provide in the outdoor area. Staff and really dog friendly.
25 Clarke Street,
According to one of our readers, the Appleseed Cafe has a great outdoor dining area out the front and when they asked if they could sit with the dogs and have lunch the staff were more than happy for them to do so. They have fantastic coffee and menu. Plus the walk along the river which is two minutes away is also lovely and there’s a really funky dog boutique another minute away called Toto and Bagpuss which allows dogs inside so you can look around.
30 High Street
Strathalbyn, SA 5255
Tel: (08) 8536 8195
The Place Next Door
Thanks to Danielle for pointing out that there’s a small outside eating area, which is dog friendly. She says they also have great food, great coffee and great service.
516 Glynburn Road, Burnside
Tel: (08) 8331 9588
The Jetty Kiosk
Jetty Road Kiosk is a popular spot with the locals and it can get quite busy on sunny mornings, but is well worth the wait to sit outside.
They have plenty of water bowls around for our fury kids to replenish their thirst from a good long run on the beach. The staff are great, and even when they are run off their feet, always manage a little pat and hello – for the dogs that is.
Jetty Rd, Grange
Tel: (08) 8235 0822