A Pawfect Match: 5 Pet-Friendly Venues To Visit In Adelaide

Your doggo is clearly a very good doggo, so why not take them out somewhere nice? As you’ll soon discover, there’s plenty of options in Adelaide. Why not start with these five?

Image credit: Whipped Bake Bar Cafe Facebook
Image credit: Whipped Bake Bar Cafe Facebook

Whipped Bake Bar Cafe

Semaphore

A fresh, modern cafe with a top-notch menu, Whipped Bake Bar is also one of the top spots in town when it comes to welcoming in our four-legged friends. The staff are awesome, and they’ll love your pup (almost) as much as you do. Water bowls are provided for your dog, while you should give the Grilled Haloumi Burger a taste. It’s served with roasted mushroom, caramelised onions, relish, herb mayo and chips.

“I love this place, been half a dozen times and there’s always a lovely atmosphere, it’s really kiddie/pram friendly and the coffee is gorgeous as is the food. I tried the corn fritters today, very nice!” – LHW

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Image credit: Grange Jetty cafe Facebook

Grange Jetty Cafe

Grange

Plonked right on top of one of Adelaide’s most beautiful beaches, Grange Jetty Cafe is the perfect place to stop by after taking your pooch for a nice, sandy stroll. There’s an outdoor pet dining area complete with dog bowls, and they do a mean prawn and mango salad for you to tuck into. That’s lemon-chilli prawns, mesclun lettuce, mango, tomato and onion with a tomato-mayo dressing.

“Grange Jetty Cafe has seen a lot of improvement. Coffee is superb! As for location it is second to none. best little spot in the burb!” – whiskey

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Image credit: Argo on the Parade Facebook

Argo on the Parade

Norwood

Argo is one of Adelaide’s best loved cafes, and with good reason. The food is delicious and the service is top-notch, so you always come away satisfied. And your best buddy will too! The outdoor seating area is highly inviting for dogs, and even comes complete with a running water fresh bowl. Speaking of dogs, try the New York Hot Dog. It’s a proper Vienna sausage with sautéed mushrooms, onion jam, Swiss cheese and tomato relish.

“I love this place! They have the longest menu in history. I am vegan and there is so much I can eat here. Breakfasts, lunches, Smoothies, desserts, you name it. The last time I counted there were 24 desserts I could eat! A lot of them are free from refined sugar too, which is fantastic. I haven’t met anyone who has been to Argo and doesn’t love it.” – Yoga With Eimear

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Image credit: Bacchus Wine Bar Facebook

Bacchus Wine Bar

Henley Beach

The Bacchus Wine Bar crew absolutely adores doggies, which is why their venue includes a dedicated “pooch park”. It’s got toys, plants and water bowls, and leash clips are also present in the outdoor seating area. On top of that, there’s even a dog menu! Your pup can chow down on some yummy “pupcakes”, while you enjoy the famous Old School Beer Battered Fish & Chips.

“I’ve known about Bacchus Wine Bar for years but have never ventured in the doors for some reason until yesterday. It was a lovely evening at Henley Square and this was a great place for a couple of glasses of wine and some nibbles. There is no table service here but otherwise the service is very friendly. The food arrived promptly and was delicious – all tapas items and the pizza were good.” – 4chillis

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adel_stockSublime Cafe

Clarence Park

Sublime Cafe believes in treating everyone right, and that includes our cuddly pupper pals. They offer free treats like Schmackos, water bowls, and even the odd bowl of chopped meat. There’s also a grass mat, which gives dogs something comfy to lie on. As for you? We’d recommend the Quinoa & Chickpea Fritters, complete with a house-made salad and a lime yoghurt dressing.

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