We are all dog lovers at Glowcation … so here’s our pick of London’s top 6 dog friendly cafés.

By CHLOE., Covent Garden

By CHLOE. the US vegan fast food sensation has now hit Covent Garden.

Not only are dogs welcome, but they even have their own section of the menu.

Your pampered pooch can choose from Woof By Chloe featuring Pupcakes (organic whole oat K 9 cupcakes) and Bag O’ Dog Bones (house-made organic peanut butter dog bones).


Farmacy offers plant based food from around the world…and their signature Farmaceutical syringe shots.

Order a Firestarter and an Earth Bowl and settle in on your banquette alongside your four legged friend.

The Good Life Eatery, (Belgravia, Chelsea, Marylebone and St John’s Wood)

Walk your dog to one of The Good Life Eatery’s four branches and grab a green juice from their amazing selection.

Then add a Good Life salad or our favourite The Bear, a high protein packed smoothie.

LLS Cafe, Hampstead

LLS Cafe in Hampstead adores dogs and has several regulars. Join the canine crew and don’t miss their delicious fruit stacked pancakes!

Water bowls provided for pooches.

Dog friendly cafés

Urban Pantry, Chiswick

Chiswick’s Urban Pantry makes dogs feel very at home.

Pop along with your pooch and indulge with the corn fritters and house mango and raspberry smoothie.

Wulf and Lamb, Chelsea

This plant based comfort food mecca offers “veg with edge”.

The signature Wulf and Lamb burgers are to die for and pooches of all sizes are made very welcome.

Dog friendly cafés

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