Melbourne's dog-friendly cafés
This new Collingwood café has a dog-only menu, filled with such delights as dogachinos (made with lactose- free milk, of course), kangaroo mince, turkey muffins and smoked pig’s ears. Your pup is king here, with mini couches, dog accessories for sale and plenty of other pooches for your furry friend to meet.
Here in the pastoral oasis that is the Collingwood Children’s Farm, the café staff know their regular four-legged customers by name. Greet the goats, horses and cows on your way into the outdoor seating area, where you’ll find plenty of space for you and your dog. The scones and house-made jam are next-level.
At Kew Nursery and Café, they claim to be kid friendly, dog friendly and even vegetarian friendly. And they’re not lying. This is a great one-stop shop – take a run in nearby of f-leash Victoria Park, then rehydrate your dog, get your gardening supplies and knock back a cappuccino all in one hit.
Dogs love running along the sand, snif fing washed-up sea life and of course, swimming in the waves. And we love Pimms. Head to the West Beach Bather Pavilion and do the responsible Instagram frolic on the beach before pulling up at one of the outdoor tables for a cocktail or a coffee.