Peggy Porschen is the best place to hang out with your dog!
This was the venue of our Valentines day date and it’s safe to say it will be the venue for a lot more dates to come! Our dear friend Miwako joined us for tea and cupcakes this time! We had such a wonderful afternoon laughing and enjoying our time with Amelia! Peggy Porschen is our absolute favourite place in London for a relaxed time with friends!
The Valentines day feel will continue here all year round with everything pink and pretty you can imagine in one amazing cafe! In the summer the outside seats are just as wonderful but for the cold winter days there is no better escape than to sit inside this little cafe!
Other amazing dog friendly places to eat on Elizabeth Street
Elizabeth Street is a quiet gem in the middle of busy London, rows of dog friendly boutiques and plenty of places to eat with your dog too!
Thomas Cubitt is very popular for dinner time and they love dogs. A very upmarket pub with amazing seasonal food, drinks and vibes.
Nothing beats brunch on the wonderful outside benches at Baker & Spice! We frequently enjoy some pastries and omelettes there! In the winter they have blankets on the benches to keep you warm – a perfect cozy morning spot!
Unknown to us but always busy is the Tom Tom coffee house! There is outside seats where we often see doggies enjoying coffee with their owners! Tom Tom are known for their cigar shop also located on Elizabeth Street, but their coffee shop is a big hit with locals too!
Mungo & Maud are just up the road!
Mungo & Maud are the most wonderful luxury lifestyle pet store in London. You will walk in and think to yourself ‘I’ve never seen products for pets that would make my house look nicer’. Everything is very neutral and beautiful with soft subtle colours. Their dog treats have been a bit hit with Amelia! The love hearts are made of oats and berries, they have a selection of meat free dog treats!
Amelia has been going there since I picked her up as a puppy. Before our date with Miwako we went in to see the lovely manager there. Amelia got a new merino wool jumper seen below that is now in the sale!
Hyde Park is closer than you think!
Hyde park is just a 10 minute walk away! If you follow Elizabeth street up to Lyall Street this will take you to Chesham Place. You can follow Chesham Place up to Lowndes Street which will lead you all the way up to the big entrance gates of Hyde Park.
You will walk past another favourite coffee shop of ours on West Halkin Street called L’eto Caffe! The staff there love dogs! However dogs aren’t allowed inside. But don’t lose hope they too have some outside tables you are welcome to sit at with your dog! Due to the popularity of L’eto you may have to wait for one to free up but it’s 100 ‘pawcent’ worth it!
Eva & Amelia ♥