10 dog friendly places to eat and drink in the Wirral

If you’re looking for a dog friendly place to take your pooch the Wirral could be perfect, so here’s a round up of 10 of the best cafes in the New Brighton and West Kirby Areas to do just that.

Floral Pavillion New Brighton

The Floral Pavillion, New Brighton

Situated in New Brighton along the promenade, the Floral Pavillion is easy to find and hosts a view of the Marina. The building is not only a theatre, but has a café on the bottom floor where dogs have no time limit and are allowed in at anytime.

This has been one of the longest running cafes that allow dogs and we think this is because the Guide Dogs for the Blind association was founded in Wallasey around 1931 – more info here: Wirral Globe 

The Queens New Brighton

The Queens Royal, New Brighton

A popular hotel with humans and hounds alike, this place offers its own doggy bar! After the owners realised they had as many canine customers as they did human, they decided to create a special area were you can help yourself to water for your dog.

Nosebag cafe in Frankby

NoseBag Cafe, Frankby

This cosy café is in Frankby Stile’s and is extremely popular with locals. It is family run. Free doggy treats are given out, just like it says on the sign ‘Dogs eat free!’.

The Lighthouse, Wallasey

The managers describe the place as ‘dog friendly so people can relax and have a drink with their pets’.

Caffe Cream in New Brighton, Wirral

Caffe Cream, New Brighton

This café won the Wirral taste award 2015 & 2016. They sell homemade ice cream. They allow dogs in the outside sitting area and will happily give your dog a fresh bowl of water.

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United Kitchen

Described by locals as a ‘good spot for breakfast’, the location is the perfect place to take your pooch. The manager Paul says they’re dog friendly mainly because of the location, and how popular the area tends to be with dog walkers. All good is prepared freshly and they are an independent company.

The Marino Lounge in New Brighton, Wirral

Marino Lounge

We try to be a home away from home

says the manager. Dogs are even welcome on a Saturday night while you enjoy a cocktail. The Marino Lounge has its own ‘snug’ room were dogs of all kind can relax together

Hannah’s Cafe

Hannah’s has homely welcoming feel to it. The back half of this café is the main dog friendly area. They decided to go dog friendly after realising how many people had dogs and wanted to visit cafes in the area.

Rubens Coffee shop in West kirby

Rubens Ice Cream, West Kirby

Rubens is a small, colourful ice cream parlour right by West Kirkby train station. Rubens also has a coffee shop two doors across from the parlour. This retro café enjoys meeting your mutts at any time of the day

West 34, West Kirby

The manager describes the bistro as “very friendly” when it comes to a mans best friend. West 34 has a chilled, modern vibe and is family run. The staff are friendly and helpful. They serve a range of drinks from Coffee to Cocktails and are open late on Saturdays.

Have you visited any of these places with your furry best friend? Or do you know of somewhere we haven’t mentioned? Tell us in the comments section below!

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