Puppuccino anyone? One of the best shifts we’ve seen in the Sydney food scene as of late is the warm welcome to our fur babies.
We know it’s often not easy in Australia with the strong regulations around Food Standards. Based on the State Food Act, live animals are not permitted in areas where food is handled (assistance animals excluded). This means that it’s up to the respective business owner, whether they decide to allow pet dogs in their outdoor dining areas.
That said, luckily many of the Sydney business owners not just allow dogs – they champion them by providing inclusive spaces for our fur babies. They provide cozy spots in the shade with access to freshwater, and some go all the way with special menu items for dogs such as puppuccinos.
For us dog owners, there’s nothing better than knowing we can bring our dog along to a brunch date or a coffee. It’s no fun having to leave our dog home alone, so let’s explore some of the many great dog-friendly cafes in Sydney!
Table of Contents
- Map of dog-friendly cafes in Sydney
Dog-friendly Cafes in Sydney
- Dachshund Coffee in Hunters Hill
- Naked Brew in Erskineville (* PUPPUCCINO ALERT)
- West Juliett in Marrickville
- Petty Cash Cafe in Marrickville
- Lil Miss Collins in Parramatta
- Baby Coffee Co. in Waterloo (* PUPPUCCINO ALERT)
- Cafe Bones in Leichhardt (* PUPPUCCINO ALERT)
- Chew Chew in Wollstonecraft
- Cuckoo Callay in Surry Hills (* PUPPUCCINO ALERT)
- Henry Lee’s in Redfern
- What’s your favourite dog-friendly cafe in Sydney?
- Got a question about Puppuccinos?
Map of dog-friendly cafes in Sydney
You can use the map below to find a dog-friendly cafe in Sydney near you. Scroll down to learn more about the cafes.
Dog-friendly Cafes in Sydney
Dachshund Coffee in Hunters Hill
If you’re into great single-origin coffee and whole-foods, try Dachshund Coffee next time you’re in Hunters Hill. Located close to the river, this is a great spot to unwind after a walk.
Naked Brew in Erskineville (* PUPPUCCINO ALERT)
Naked Brew in Erskineville is one of the best-known dog-friendly cafes in Sydney. Spoil your fur baby with a Puppuccino and a Doggie-donut while you indulge in trendy and wholesome food at this popular place.
West Juliett in Marrickville
Start with a bracing dog walk along the nearby park before you visit West Julie in Marrickville for amazing food with great vibes.
Petty Cash Cafe in Marrickville
Another great place to visit in the Inner West is Petty Cash Cafe. Located across the street from the local park and with a heap of vegetarian and vegan options on their menu, this is the place to be for excellent coffee, generous portions and family vibes.
Lil Miss Collins in Parramatta
Lil Miss Collins in Parramatta is a quirky spot with a cute atmosphere that serves fresh juices, wonderful food and great coffee. While you’re there, don’t forget to snap a photo of your dog in this unique and colourful venue.
Baby Coffee Co. in Waterloo (* PUPPUCCINO ALERT)
If dog-spotting with a mimosa in hand sounds like your thing, Baby Coffee Co. in Waterloo should be high up on your to-do list. This great cafe with lovely vibes serves tasty food to their human customers as well as puppuccinos to visiting dogs.
Cafe Bones in Leichhardt (* PUPPUCCINO ALERT)
This popular outdoor cafe in Leichhardt is located in a dog park and serves cafe bites, coffee, as well as pet-friendly snacks and drinks such as the infamous Puppuccino.
Chew Chew in Wollstonecraft
Okay, so this place isn’t just a dog-friendly cafe in Sydney, but a proper pet restaurant. Visit Chew Chew in Wollstonecraft to treat your dog to a high-quality gourmet meal created by a pet nutritionist. They also have a range of items available for delivery and takeaway. Check out their website for further information.
Cuckoo Callay in Surry Hills (* PUPPUCCINO ALERT)
Cuckoo Callay ticks all the boxes if you’re looking for a creative dish for yourself along with a puppuccino for your fur baby. This dog-friendly cafe is well-known for its interesting food, fantastic service and friendly staff.
Henry Lee’s in Redfern
Pop by Henry Lee’s so your dog can get a special treat while you enjoy your brunch in the nice outdoor courtyard.
What’s your favourite dog-friendly cafe in Sydney?
Got a question about Puppuccinos?
If you want to learn more about Puppuccinos, including how to make your own, in the comfort of your own home, check out this article: How To Make A Puppuccino