Dog-friendly sites simply pawfect for Eat Out welcome in UK

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Paws for thought

Discerning diners across the UK are getting back into restaurants and helping the hospitality sector.

Good fur dogs

Every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday throughout August, restaurants all over the UK are offering discounts as part of Eat Out to Help Out scheme with many offering their food at half price.

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But why should your dog miss out on all of the mid-week fun?

The team at has compiled a list of the best dog-friendly restaurants offering the discount so you don’t have to leave your pooch behind.

There are a number of dog friendly eateries in Scotland (Glasgow and Edinburgh), Manchester, Leeds, Cardiff, London, Coventry, Belfast, and Derby.

Dog owners lapping it up in Glasgow

On the list of dog-friendly eateries the team at dog food company include near Glasgow Botanic Gardens is independent eaterie Atrium Coffee House, also S’mug coffee Bar, Brel, Bar Soba, Hotel du Vin & Bistro, Jelly Hill Cafe Bar and Epicures.

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You can take your pet to Bar Soba in Glasgow (photo:

Dogs welcome in Edinburgh

Edinburgh also has its fair share of dog-friendly restaurants near Harrison Park.

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These include Tea & Sympathy, Etore’s, Odds & Ends, The Fountain, First Coast and The Garden Bistro.

Belfast welcomes dogs with open arms

A trip across to Belfast close to Ormeau Park and there are no lack of dog-friendly eating places including Soul Food Cafe, Lwr Ormeau Cafe, The Errigle Inn, Hope Cafe, Clements and Madame Pho.

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Belfast Soul Food Cafe welcomes your pooch (photo:

Warm welcome in Wales

In Cardiff in Wales near Victoria Park, dog-friendly eateries include Heathcock, Porter’s Coffee Shop and Jaspers Tea Rooms.

In England there are some great dog-friendly places across the country.

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Four-legged friends given warm welcome in London

In London near Battersea Park are Putt in the Park, Wright Brothers Battersea, Megan’s at the Power Station, Cinnamon Kitchen, Tapas Brindisa Battersea Power Station, Draft House Westbridge, The Latchmere, The Farmers Mistress, LINNAEAN, The Woodman, London House, Sendero Specialty Coffee, Clapham, The Alchemist Embassy Gardens and Battersea Brewery.

A great Yorkshire welcome for pooches in Leeds

In Leeds you can enjoy near dog-friendly Roundhay Park, Stew & Oyster, The Lakeside Cafe, Banyan, Tasty Kitchen & Coffee, Chophaus and Grön Kafé.

Dog-friendly eateries in Manchester

Further afield in Manchester are North Tea Power, Tib Street, Takk, Tariff Street, Common, Edge Street, The Wharf, Castlefield, Pen and Pencil, Tariff and Dale, Cottonopolis, Rudy’s, The Refuge, Cocoa Cabana, The Font, Richmond Tea Rooms, The White Hart Inn at Lydgate, Oldham, Roaches Lock, The Junction Inn, The Spinners Arms, Stamford Arms, Carrbrook, Greater Manchester, 1842 Restaurant & Bar and Potters Barn.

Coventry also has its fair share of dog welcoming restaurants

Just down the motorway near War Memorial Park, Coventry, there are dog-friendly eateries including The Festival Public House, Ibis Coventry South and Biggin Hall Public house.

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Derby just the place for dogs

Finally near dog-friendly Alvaston Park in Derby you can find The Coronation, The Needles Pub, Seven Restaurant & Cafe Bar, and New Bridge Inn.

At all of these eateries you are ensured of a welcoming and warm dog-friendly meal and stay.