A dog-friendly corner of London

Londoners and visitors, the next time you’re around Sloane Square, Duke of York Square or shopping at the recently dog-friendly department store Peter Jones,there’s a lovely almost-pedestrianised street behind Peter Jones called Pavilion Road.Once there you find a collection of shops and restaurants – quite a few that welcomes us.The first one is The Roasting Party.We had stopped there with Freddie and Barnaby for some “coffee” and breakfast a week ago – after our morning photo session during Chelsea in Bloom.Sorry, Georgie, we don’t think you need a coffee – what would you do if you got caffeine in you?!?!?

We walked past those that do not let us in, though we did stop to take photos with their lovely flower displays at Provenance.Till we arrived at Wulf & Lamb, a vegetarian restaurant that serves food that doesn’t make you think you’re eating vegetarian – well, that’s at least what Mummy said. We wouldn’t know, would we?

Granger & Co. in Chelsea has outside seating and outside along the road.If you went down the steps next to Granger’s to Boutique 1, their in-house cafe, April’s serves light lunches and we are allowed both in and outside.The staff in the shop loves doggies!

And the latest eatery along the road is Hans Bar and Grill.We stopped there for Sunday brunch. We’re allowed to sit in the bar area.  Mummy ordered Welsh Rarebit, now that she knows she wasn’t eating “rabbit” – LOL! I think Mummy liked their decor.

All along Pavilion Road, we meet many other pooches  So fellow pooches, when you’re in that art of town, you should definitely go check out these places. But there are even more dog-friendly places nearby. Check out our Wine and Dine list!

2 Comments

  1. Cheryl

    I’m not a pooch, but thanks for the great tip about Pavillion Road! We are planning to bring the grandkids to visit London next summer, this will be on our list! Who knows maybe we’ll run into you!
    Smiles

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