Your pooch is part of your family and sometimes you can’t face leaving them at home while you head out on the town for some lunch. The great news is that there are now so many dog-friendly restaurants that cater for and pamper your beloved fur child, so that they can enjoy the time out with you.
We have put together a list of amazing restaurants in Johannesburg, South Africa for you to take your pooch out on the town!
MISS GRACE COUNTRY FOOD HOUSE (Eikenhof)
This fabulous establishment is an outdoor pet-friendly garden restaurant, which is named after the family’s French Bulldog, Daisy Grace. Here your pooch is king or queen of the throne and will be pampered to their delight. There is a pooch menu designed especially for pets, which will definitely have your pooch’s tail wagging!
Visit https://missgracecountryfoodhouse.co.za/ for more information.
VOODOO LILY CAFÉ (Birdhaven)
This venue is definitely about family and we mean the WHOLE family. They are all about serving wholesome food and mainly organic wherever possible. The best part is that they have a pooch menu where you can order something scrumptious for your fur child while you indulge in one of their amazing breakfasts.
Visit http://voodoolilycafe.com/ for more information.
NICE ON 4TH (Parkhurst)
Known to be South Africa’s breakfast and brunch spot, this is the ideal restaurant to take your pooch and relax while sitting down to a fine meal. This little spot will cater for your pooch with a water bowl.
Visit http://niceon4th.co.za/ for more information
MRS SIPPI BLUES (Bedfordview)
This pub and restaurant is situated next to the water surrounded by beautiful gardens. The large area allows for kiddies to play to their hearts content and for you to take your much loved friend for a walk around the beautiful gardens. The restaurant will supply your pooch with a licky bowl and biscuits.
EAT YOUR HEART OUT (Maboneng)
This is a deli in The Maboneng Precinct. Their food is Jewish-inspired, which is healthy and wholesome. They make getting your pooch a bowl of water their priority upon arrival while you sit back, relax and enjoy the gorgeous food.
Visit http://www.eatyourheartout.co.za/ for more information.
There you have it! Now make some plans to get your dog out on the town and treat them to a fun-filled or relaxed day, whichever way your dog prefers.
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