14 Feb 2023
Doggy Sunday – Gaucho Hampstead
The pawsome Doggy Sunday monthly series returns to Gaucho Hampstead this spring, giving you and your four-legged friend the chance to enjoy a gourmet Gaucho experience. Whilst well-behaved dogs (and humans) are welcome in all Gaucho venues, Doggy Sundays is the ulti-mutt foodie event that you’ll be barking mad for! Take your pick from a Gaucho Sunday Roast (£26 per person), plates from the à la carte menu or one of the Never-Ending Bottomless Roasts (£36 per person) whilst your pooch enjoys a complimentary three course dog-friendly menu, think Barkino’s pizza slice for starters, a gourmet doggy bowl for mains and a peony cupcake to finish – the perfect canine cuisine!
First Sunday of each month at Gaucho Hampstead
Drake & Morgan – The Folly, The Parlour, The Anthologist, The Refinery Bankside, plus more
With 18 lively bars dotted across London and Manchester including The Folly, The Parlour, The Happenstance and The Refinery Bankside, all Drake & Morgan venues welcome four-legged friends with open arms, inviting them to tuck into dog treats from stylish dog bowls and even Pawsecco. Pop in for a coffee or enjoy a laidback lunch or brunch with your dog, whilst relaxing in unique and comfortable surroundings or outside on one of their beautifully decorated terraces.
Paws at Pan Pacific London – Liverpool Street
For refined five-star luxury with your pet by your side, the ‘Paws at Pan Pacific’ package promises an indulgent home-from-home for both you and your dog. With a ‘Paws Pack’ on arrival, as well as a dog bed and bowl in room, there’s also a specially curated menu by dog behaviourist and nutritionist Anna Webb featuring the ‘Dog’s Dinner’: a sushi-style lamb hot pot with seared lamb breast, mashed carrots and parsnips, and chicken bone broth ‘gravy’. The luxury hotel in the heart of the city also offers a dedicated Pet Concierge to cater for your pooch’s every need during your stay, with an impressive range of activities available to book – plus an extra treat!
Aquavit London – Piccadilly Circus
Nestled in the heart of St James’s Market lies Aquavit London, the stunning Nordic inspired restaurant offering delicious and daily changing dishes from lunch through to dinner. With dogs welcome at Aquavit London is the ideal spot for long lunches, pre-theatre dining, working meetings and date night dinners. On the menu, expect to find dishes like loaded shrimp skagen on sourgdough with dill mayonaise; and the signature Swedish meatballs served with lingonberry, pickled cucumbers and creamy potato mash.
The Hunter’s Moon – South Kensington
South Kensington favourite The Hunter’s Moon is a local pub and dining room providing people and pooches alike with a taste of countryside charm. Modern British in all it offers, The Hunter’s Moon invites guests to enjoy a seasonal daily-changing menu and extensive range of wines, craft ales and spirits within its cosy and character-filled interiors. The perfect spot for brunching, long post-walk lunches or dining with friends, The Hunter’s Moon is a welcoming dog-friendly destination to visit this spring.
Young’s Pubs – Various Locations across London & the South of England
Young’s offer a collection of pubs with rooms across London and the South of England where four-legged friends are not just welcomed but catered for. For staycationers, opt for a dog-friendly bedroom, which includes a doggy bed, blanket, water bowl and tasty treats to make your pooch feel at home. Plus, with locations near some of London’s parks and commons, along with countryside retreats, you’ll be spoilt for choice with walking spots before retiring for the evening in the comfort of the pub.