We are Dog-Friendly :)

Dine Out at Dog-Friendly Eateries

Warm weather is here, and The Commons Local Eating House welcomes dogs and their owners to dine together. We know how important it is for you to share experiences with your furry best friend. In fact, we’re so dog-friendly that

We were recently approached by Bupa Pet Insurance to provide advice for a blog post about “Fun Things to Do with Your Dog This Summer”! The article is filled with lots of great ideas for dog-owners who want to make the most of their summer with their fur baby by their side.

The Commons Local Eating House focuses on seasonal cuisine focused on fresh and tasty ingredients. You and your pup are very welcome to enjoy a delicious meal amidst the setting of a sandstone heritage listed building. Our name refers to the ‘shared environmental and cultural resources of a city’. Where possible we support local producers wherever we can, sourcing our produce as ethically as possible.

We were delighted to be recognised for our dog-friendly policy, and look forward to welcoming pet lovers to dine with us this summer.

Al-Fresco Dining with your Dog

Summer is a great time to dine out with your canine companion at dog-friendly restaurants and cafes with outdoor seating. Here at The Commons Local Eating House, you and your dog are welcome to enjoy some food and drinks together in our leafy courtyard! Our friendly wait staff will provide water for your dog to enjoy while you sip your cocktail and share your lunch or dinner with your furry friend.

A great thing about summer is being able to dine out with one’s best friend at restaurants & cafes with outdoor seating. The sunshine, the drinks, the delicious colourful food and the pups make it easier to meet new people and have a good time.

Table Manners

Dining out with your dog is a great way to meet new people, especially fellow dog owners, so you and your dog can both have lots of fun socialising. However, it’s important that your dog understands that visiting a cafe is a quiet time. Your dog should not feed directly from the table, or beg for food at other tables. Approaching other dogs should not be encouraged unless their owners invite your dog to do so. This way, everyone involved can have a relaxing and enjoyable experience dining out with their pets this summer.

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