Who needs human friends when you have a dog? I mean, there’s a reason we call them “man’s best friend”, right? Here’s our top 5 list of the best dog friendly restaurants in Brighton, you’ll never have to leave your baby home again when your stomach calls for food.
In the mood for pasta? (I mean, aren’t we always?) Then you’ve got to try the new kid in town, Edendum. Their whole ethos is based around using traditional recipes coming straight from Northern Italy, using the best quality ingredients our dear Mother Earth has to offer. We literally fell in love with their Paccheri; a pasta plate made of short tubed pasta filled with ricotta and in a rich tomato sauce – YUM. And, to all our veggies and vegans’ friends out there, these guys have lots of options for you! At Edendum, you and your dog are undoubtedly in for an Italian feast, Buon Appetito!
Whether it’s Friday or not, it is important to treat your dog and yourself! And what better way to reward you guys than over some big, jam-packed juicy, American-style burgers? Perched on Brighton’s famous coastline, TGI Fridays is the dog friendly restaurant in Brighton to go when American food cravings hits you. Not a burger fan? Don’t worry, be happy, these guys have got plenty of other amazing dishes like fresh sandwiches, flavourful appetizers, signature steak grills, and a fantastic range of fall off the bone pork ribs. I mean, doesn’t that sound like paradise?
Another burger place, just because burgers are the best. MEATliquor began a few years back as a burger van in a Peckham industrial estate carpark, before stealing British people’s heart and opening a few venues all across the UK. Located on York place, these guys serve up all kinds of beef and chicken burgers, hot dogs, yummy sides, and many veg and vegan options. Don’t miss out on their £10 lunch deal, available during the weekdays until 5pm. Dogs are more than welcome here, so why not reserve your table now?
Ten Green Bottles
Wine shop or bar? Both actually! Owners Simon Broad and Sam Devaney decided to open Ten Green Bottles to offer to the wonderful people of Brighton some amazing wines that have never been imported in the UK before. It’s the perfect spot if you’re looking for a relaxed evening with the pooch while discovering flavourful international tastes. Have a look at their calendar, they often organise wine tastings, starting at 6pm and finishing when the wine runs out! And if you wish to have your own private experience (because “wine” not?), contact the venue directly and they’ll happily organise this for you.