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  • Top 5 Pet Friendly Restaurants in Melbourne

    December 19, 2022 2 min read

    Top 5 Pet Friendly Restaurants - Laila and Me

    Pet Friendly Restaurants in Melbourne 

    Sick of swiping right for that perfect brunch date? Delete those dating apps and take your doggo along to these unique dog friendly dining experiences in Melbourne, our top five picks are right here.

    The Arbory

    Address: 1 Flinders Walk, Melbourne VIC 3000

    Easily accessible via public transport as its right next door to flinders street station. Walk your dog along the Yarra, check out Southbank and then stop into the Arbory for a cheeky cocktail. Arbory is a undercover decking area with beautiful sweeping views of the Yarra, great to sit and people watch with your dog. We can totally attest to the fact the staff here absolute LOVE dogs, that’s why we had our supplement launch party there.

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    Welcome to Thornbury

    520 High St, Northcote VIC 3070

    This giant food truck park has an enclosed dog friendly outside seating area and beer garden with plenty of options for feed weather you’re in the mood for a burger, a philly cheesesteak or a vegan feed, you have come to the right place! Even better- Welcome to Thornbury run a trivia night every Thursday, so if you want to look for a dog friendly good time this is it! Dogs are not only welcomed but encouraged!

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    The Hatter and the Hare

    1/21 Scoresby Road, Bayswater.

    Looking for a whimsical Alice in Wonderland dining experience? Look no further~ this menu is a total vibe! From the moment you walk through the doors, you are met with a total immersive experience, including cake displays that could give zumbo a run for his money themed to every season.

    It also has Direct Access to the courtyard to bring your dog along!

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    20 Booker St, Spotswood

     Are you even a Melbournian if you’re not a foodie? Well ladies, gents and fur babies.. Melbourne’s foodie playground is here! Over 50 cuisines and restaurants to choose from, you will roll out of this place with a full tummy and a sugar coma.

    Decked out repurposed shipping containers now make up a part of the décor and vibe at Grazeland. Entry cost is $4 per person.

    👉🏼 Checkout Grazeland Online

    Collingwood Children’s Farm

    18 St Heliers street Abbotsford 

    Take a leisurely stroll with your dog around this suburban working farm in the heart of Collingwood.

    Once you and your dog have worked up an appetite, drop into the farm café which is open for breakfast and lunch and tuck into some delicious homestyle modern café food, or if you are feeling inspired by nature, order from the café, pack your picnic rug and enjoy a picnic by the barn.

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    Do you have any hidden gems you can add to this list? We would love to hear your dog friendly finds in Melbourne below:

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