It has become increasingly common for pubs to allow dogs into the pub to accompany their owner for a few scoops, some food, and for the dog, a few treats and a bowl of water.
Some pubs have seen a real uptake in custom as a result of encouraging dog owners to join them. Some are fine with dogs being inside the pub and others restrict them to the beer garden or outside area.
Here’s all the pubs that we know who are dog friendly. If there’s any more that should be on the list, just send us a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Barbers, Grangeorman
The Barbers always a have a doggy treat and a bowl of water ready for dogs coming in. You’re welcome to have them inside and they have a grand bit of space out the front to sit and enjoy the sun.
MVP, Clanbrassil Street
MVP are very dog friendly. You can bring them inside no problem.
Street 66, Parliament Street
The Street 66 Instagram is heaven for dog lovers. Dogs of all sizes welcome here.
Lucky’s, Meath Street
Dogs are welcome inside and out here. The back garden is a nice space and you can pick up some delicious Coke Lane Pizza here while taking a break from walkies.
The Gravediggers, Glasnevin
Dogs are allowed in the bar and to sit outside.
The Bath, Bath Avenue
The Bath has a nice outdoor area at the front where dogs are welcome.
Doyle’s Corner, Phibsboro
Doyle’s Corner are a sister pub to The Barbers and so are really really dog friendly. They’ve even had doggy date night where you can bring your dog out for a meal with you.
Anseo, Camden Street
Dogs are welcome inside Anseo on Camden Street.
Smyths, Haddington Road
There’s a nice outdoor area at the front of Smyths on Haddington Road. There’s photographic evidence of a dog celebrating a birthday party here.
The Brian Boru
At the back in the Brian Boru beer garden dogs are most certainly welcome.
The Big Romance
If your dog is into great tunes played on vinyl over a class sound system, then The Big Romance is for you.
The Hut, Phibsboro
The Hut is a beautiful Victorian era pub where dogs are king.
Leeson Lounge, Leeson Street Upper
The Fourth Corner, Kevin/Patrick Street
The Fourth Corner has a few seats outside but dogs are also welcome inside.
Pantibar, Capel Street
One of the original dog friendly pubs in Dublin.
Cumiskeys, Dominick Street
We’ve frequently seen dogs in Cumiskeys and they’re usually well behaved and very friendly.
Dice Bar,Queen Street
While they technically don’t have an outdoor area, people tend to congregate outside and perch on the window sill. They’re more than welcome inside too.
Peadar Brown’s , Clanbrassil Street
Even before this pub was called Peadar Browne’s it was dog friendly. They’re keeping the tradition going.
The Thomas House, Thomas Street
The Thomas House is a dog friendly spot. The owners are dog enthusiasts themselves.
Toners, Baggot Street
You’re allowed to have a dog outside in the beer garden of Toners. A fine place to bask in the sun.
The Royal Oak, Kilmainham
There’s no shortage of dogs popping up on the social media of this pub. There’s a bit of space out the front and dogs are welcome inside too.
The Hole in The Wall, Blackhorse Avenue
There’s some picnic tables at the front of the bar where you can sit with your dog. There’s the added bonus of having the Phoenix Park right next door too.
JP Mooney’s, Nassau Street
If you’re lucky, you and your dog might get to meet Paddy the barman when you’re in next.
The King’s Inn, Bolton Street
This is a smashing pub that was recently reopened. Great to see that they’re dog friendly.
The Four Provinces, Crumlin
Craft beer and dogs most certainly do mix.
The Bridge 1859
Dogs are welcome in the outdoor area of this Ballsbridge pub.
Rascals Brewery, Dublin 8
Another brew pub that welcomes dogs.