It’s always a bit of a faff when you’re dying for a boozy bottomless brunch but Fido needs a walk. Well, we’ve got you sorted with some epic doggy menus that’ll put a toothy grin on any woofer’s face – from pugs to pointers! Whether it’s free-flowing pawsecco or poochie colada and dog treats, here’s where to grab yourself some serious human points…
For a pooch afternoon tea that’s tail waggingly good, get yourselves down to The Egerton House Hotel, and don’t paws to think it through! The dog feast will be served up in the Drawing Room with treats such as chicken and beef meatloaf, homemade dog biscuits and dog ice cream to enjoy in equal measure. Humans, it’s only fair that you too indulge in an Afternoon Tea which will be available for your devouring alongside the doggy afternoon tea option. Pawfect!
Where: 17-19 Egerton Terrace, Knightsbridge, SW3 2BX
The hugely animal friendly South Place Hotel doesn’t just provide doggy biscuits, but all sorts of lavish extras; from pet-friendly rooms to adorable, cosy cat beds! In fact, the five-star hotel urges you to bring any animal along, from dogs and cats to the more exotic and they can stay free with just a few considerations for other guests – yep, that’s right, yapping to a minimum Fido!
As well as the bucketloads of adorable extras provided for pets at South Place Hotel, this August they’re pulling out all of the canine stops, with a delightful afternoon tea in their Secret Garden, partnering with luxury handbag brand, Radley!
Woof, woof! You can book the Radley tea here!
Where: 3 South Place, London, EC2M 2AF, United Kingdom
Nearest station: Moorgate (Great Northern) (0.2 miles)
Of course one of London’s most dog-friendly bars in town has canine cocktails on its books! Smith & Whistle, nestled inside the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane, has a permanent Dogtail offering ideal for canine consumption, and we must say we simply adore the name! It’s a good day when you’re witnessing a dog drink a cocktail and, at Smith & Whistle, you can witness the drunken doggies indulge in not one but three libations!
We’re talking Hound’S Hops – a blend of specially brewed dog beer and fresh mint – and Poochie Colada, with coconut water, kale and broccoli. Blimey, this cocktail sesh is about to go off the chain… or leash, as it were. Humans, it’s a selection of craft beers for you!
As we all know, pooches love to sporadically run inside and out, and Smith & Whistle provides the opportunity to do both. Plus, the Green Park location means the doggies a post-drink stroll… and grab some fresh air to rid them of the hangover!
Where: Sheraton Grand London Park Lane, Piccadilly, W1J 7BX
Website: Dogtail Menu This Way...
It’d be pretty savage not to take your pooch to this bottomless brunch! First off, it’s London’s very first bottomless brunch for dogs so you’ll really be in the good books if you take Fido along. Secondly there’s going to be free-flowing pawsecco which the VIPs (very important pooches) can lap to their heart’s content from their owner’s lap! Don’t worry humans, there’s prosecco for you too… just don’t get it confused with the pawsecco!
Where: 7 Pepys Street, Tower Hill EC3N 4AF
Nearest station: London Fenchurch Street (0 miles)
M Victoria’s menu is called ‘Dine with your Dog’ because that’s literally what you’ll be doing. Pull up a pew and sink your teeth into a brunch menu of either bacon and peanut butter cookies or dried chicken livers… the dog, not you that is! They can also wash down the excitement with pawsecco and all for a good cause – The £5 cost will go towards Battersea Cats and Dogs!
Where: Zig Zag Building, 74 Victoria Street, Westminster, SW1E 6SQ
Nearest station: St. James's Park (0.3 miles)
Throughout summer, pooches are urged to bask in the sun as Rotunda in King’s Cross accept the cuties onto The Terrazza Spritz. Canines can feast on doggy treats galore so they don’t go green with envy whilst you indulge on cocktails galore. Plus, they can give their little legs a stretch along the towpath. Treats and trots – sorted!
Where: Rotunda Bar & Restaurant Kings Place, 90 York Way, Kings Cross, N1 9AG
Website: Treats This Way...
At The Milestone Hotel & Residencies, a doggy menu isn’t just for summer… but for the whole year round! Tuck into macaroons, tartlets, finger sandwiches and tea or coffee whilst Fido nibbles on treats galore. Sorted!
Where: 1 Kensington Court, London W8 5DL, UK
Nearest station: High Street Kensington (0.4 miles)
Sunday’s might be considered the day of rest for some – but not for your pooch! Gaucho Hampstead has treats galore with scents so strong they’ll attract all pooches, form Dachshund’s to Dobermann! The new menu will be called The Muttropolitan, and it comes with the rule that canines can chill at the Gaucho residence all day between 12-6pm, with dog brands taking over the terrace on the first Sunday afternoon of each month! Plus, there’ll be goody bags and that’s enough to peak anyone’s attention – human or canine!
Where: Gaucho Hampstead, Heath Street, London, UK
Nearest station: Hampstead (0.1 miles)
You’d be few and far between trying to pinpoint someone who wouldn’t jump at a stay in private residences of any kind, especially if Four Seasons were the ones doing the offering! As an iconic-landmark dream above the clouds, Ten Trinity Square sits snug in the heart of The City, bathing you in London views from the off, with the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Cheesegrater and more.
So, treat your pooch to a feast for the eyes as well as a bit of in-room-dining to boot! The Trinity Dog Menu is ideal for those wanting to stay and bring their furry friend. Expect organic chicken breast, British beef steak and traditional cooked ham with a selection of side dishes. We’re jealous!
Where: Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square, Trinity Square, London EC3N 4AJ, United Kingdom
Nearest station: Tower Hill (0.1 miles)
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