Dog-friendly in Fitzrovia

Yippeee!!!! There’s a new dog-friendly restaurant further east from our usual haunts in London.

It’s a very spacious restaurant IMG_2600but us dogs are only allowed in the dining bar and terrace seating.IMG_2602As soon as we were seated, they brought a dog bowl for each of us.IMG_2596We weren’t allowed on the sofa but we were allowed on the lap of our humans.IMG_6973Rusty with Martine
IMG_2604 We like the over-sized dog portrait with a cone! IMG_2599 May’s comment: Located in a new development at the top of Berners Street in London’s Fitzrovia, Percy & Founders is part of the Cubitt House Collection.IMG_2605 – which are all dog-friendly on the ground floor.  In this instance where there isn’t an upstairs, dogs are seated in the bar area.

The name is inspired by the Duke of Northumberland, Hugh Percy, and the group of philanthropists who together founded the Middlesex Hospital in 1755.

Their more established public houses and restaurants, mostly located in SW and West London, good reliable places to go to with pooches in tow –

Thomas Cubitt – a local favourite in one of London’’s most distinguished and picturesque neighbourhoods. I always seem to end up with their fish ‘n’ chips!20140613_183320-1024x768Enjoy a fine ale, an expertly crafted cocktail or perhaps tuck into a rare breed beef burger in the buzzy atmosphere of the Ground Floor Bar. Close to Sloane Square –  44 Elizabeth Street, SW1W 9PA

The Orange – a menu featuring glorious wood fired pizzas, classic British dishes, all accompanied by an expertly crafted drinks list. 37 Pimlico Road SW1W 8NEIMG_5390-2

The Alfred Tennyson, formerly known as The Pantechnicon Rooms has been re-named!!!  gal5The relaxed ground floor bar is the place to be for a quick lunch or supper with friends and family. Close to Sloane Square 10 Motcomb Street, SW1X 8LA

The Grazing Goat – a warm, rustic and comfortable interior with a delightful seasonal British menu. IMG_1813-768x1024-2Near Marylebone area – 6 New Quebec St. W1H 7RQ

2 Comments

  1. Tory Johnston

    Darcy definitely fancies this last offering – the British menu at the Grazing goat. the expression on her face is wonderful, even better than when she tried to steal the mille feuille in the Hotel de l’Europe in Avignon !!

  2. Nice post, Thanks for sharing.

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