Dog-Friendly Cafes Near Conrad Dublin
Once you are able to pull yourself away from all the luxuries of the hotel, below are some pet-friendly cafes worth visiting while exploring the city.
Brew Town Cafe
- (1-minute walk)- Located just in front of the hotel, this cafe focuses on offering an exceptional customer experience and delivering high-end products in a friendly atmosphere. With their specialty brews and artisan food, they are definitely worth visiting. All sized dogs are welcome to sit both inside and outside and they provide water bowls as well.
The Cake Cafe
- (9-minute walk) - With a beautiful sunny courtyard and yummy cakes, this hidden gem is not to be missed. They welcome all dog breeds and sizes inside and out. They also have water bowls and puppuccinos!
Nock Nock Cafe
- (10-minute walk) 100% vegan and dog-friendly café that offers homemade dishes, treats, teas, and coffees. They welcome both small dogs and large dogs in their inside and outdoor seating areas and they even have homemade vegan treats!
Wall & Keogh Superior Teas
- (10-minute walk) Loving the brew since 2010, this cafe is on a mission to find the finest loose leaf teas in the world and share them with their clients. All pups are welcome both in their inside and outside seating areas and they have water bowls and treats on hand!
- (11-minute walk) - They have plenty of healthy vegan and vegetarian options on their menu, and also offer brunch and sandwiches. All sized dogs are allowed to sit both inside and outside and they also have a water bowl for any thirsty pups!
One Kinda Folk
- (11-minute walk) A hidden little gem in the middle of the city, you will find yourself sitting behind a beautiful ivy wall. They have good coffee, fresh pastries, and a range of vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free treats. Pups of all sizes are welcome in their indoor and outdoor seating area, and doggie treats are available.
- (12 -minute walk) A New York style cafe/restaurant that serves coffee, breakfast, lunch, brunch, and drinks. They love having their big and small four-legged clients in their outdoor terrace areas, and offer water bowls, treats, puppuccinos, and even a small dog-friendly menu!
- (35-minute walk) - We followed the canal all the way down to the Grand Canal. The walk itself is well worth doing, as there are sidewalks the entire time, and you get transported back in time as you pass the intricate levy system. Arriving at the Grand Canal, there are lots of trendy bars and restaurants. BrewDog is a dog-friendly brewery and restaurant that offers craft beer and a selection of food from pizza and burgers to salads and bowls. There are even plenty of vegan and veggie options on the menu! It is a great spot to sit with any sized dog, either on their terrace or inside, and there are plenty of water bowls around for the pups too!