7 Dog Friendly Cafes to visit this Chinese New Year!
Chinese New Year is an excellent time to spend with your Furkids! From fancy sit-down spots to cafes with dog pools, here’s a round up of seven dog-friendly spots for your family (including your pet darlings)
Please check with the individual cafes on CNY opening days and hours.
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The Garden Slug
Yes, this cafe is a little hard to get to, but we assure you it’s well worth it. This lovely little cafe doubles as a coworking space is and is welcoming to our furry friends. Bring your dog along to enjoy a drink at this quaint spot and let them wander around the compound. The alfresco dining options mean you can get some fresh air without burning under the sun, and meet some other curious canines who come along on weekends!
Find it at 55 Lor L Telok Kurau, Singapore 425500
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The Green Door
Northerners, we haven’t forgotten you! This lush American diner is located in the gorgeous greenery of Dempsey. Serving up delicious diner nosh in a tranquil environment, this is the perfect place to gather with your friends and pets for a pre-dinner drink and watch the sunset. Your dog will love the natural surroundings and open plan layout of this restaurant, and you’ll definitely appreciate the simple but elegant modern setting and scrumptious western nosh.
Find it at 13A Dempsey Rd, Singapore 247694
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Paws & Pans
This cosy cafe in Joo Chiat is famous for their Basil Chicken Rice, but their pet-friendly play area has caused them to become a hit with dog lovers in the East. This cafe also aims to increase the number of animals that are adopted by organising free pet adoption drives and working with various local dog shelters. With such a noble cause and a extensively tempting menu, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t pop over to this spot!
Find it at 327 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427584
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This place is paradise for dog owners. With a separate menu just for dogs, humans and animals alike keep coming back to this cafe for their delicious nosh. Bring your pet here to enjoy a great meal together and then have some fun in the fenced up play area located right inside the cafe! There are even some dog clothes and cute accessories available for purchase. Dog owners and enthusiasts alike will feel right at home here!
Find it at 35 Opal Crescent, Singapore 328425
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We Are The Furballs
Don’t have dogs of your own? Here’s a place where you can enjoy their company without the responsibility. Located centrally in Bugis, this cafe is home to a number of dogs who will surround you and shower you with love as you feed them treats. If you need a breather from the residents, pop over to the cafe section where you can enjoy a free drink and some board games with friends. Take your dog-loving friends along and make a day of it!
Find it at 201 Victoria Street, #07-07 Singapore 188067
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This restaurant is known for their beloved homemade pesto, but that’s not why it’s on this list. Dogs are welcome indoors here, and have ample room to run around and play on the premises, making it ideal for a leisurely weekend lunch with your canine companion. Apart from dining, make sure to check out some canine health and wellness events that the restaurant organises on their premises regularly.
Find it at 205 Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574345
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Ulu Ulu Pet Cafe
If you live in the North, there’s a good chance you’re already familiar with this place. With a play area of over 3500 square metres and a 9 by 4 metre pool for splashing, this promises to be an outing your pets won’t soon forget. Sip on some gourmet coffee or tuck into some delectable European nosh while your dog mingles with other guests. A seasoned trainer is even available on certain days to advise pet owners on the dos and don’ts of canine training.
Find it at 10 Neo Tiew Lane 2, Singapore 718813
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