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18 May Best dog-friendly pubs in East London 2021

We’ve all been gasping to get our hands on a pint of craft beer or a big glass of wine in recent months. And now we can! But for all you pawrents out there, you may feel it’s unfair to leave your dog behind whilst you go and have a drink or two. Well, fear no more. 

PitPat has put together the best dog-friendly pubs in East London so you can venture out knowing your pup is catered for. 

The Cow

Found a stone’s throw away from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, this modern take on a traditional British pub, prides itself on serving “the best British produce”. So after taking in all the scenic rivers and sporting architecture, why not stop off here to rest your legs. 

The Birds

Another traditional pub with a modern twist! This place specialises in everything vegan, and is only a short walk away from Leytonstone Station. 

Its beautiful ivy-filled garden with a gazebo area means if you’re not quite comfortable sitting inside just yet, you won’t have to succumb to the unpredictable British summer weather. 

The Princess of Wales

“Taking pride of place along Lea Bridge Road, overlooking the River Lea and with a fantastic stretch-tent over their garden, The Princess of Wales is a gem not to be missed”. 

We couldn’t have put it better ourselves! 

Get ready to be wowed with homegrown recipes, and with treats on hand for all their furry customers, your dog will be happy too. This pub is a great setting for a relaxing Sunday Roast. 

The Coach & Horses

There’s something for everyone here. From locally sourced beer to 2-for-1 cocktails, to live music, comedy nights, and of course, Sunday Roasts. What more could you want? 

This red-tilled phenomenon is also just a quick walk away from the Coronation Gardens. Filled with brooks, water fountains, and even a maze, it’s a nice little place to go after enjoying a traditional pub experience.  

Pub on the Park

A big ol’ field and a beer garden to sit in, is there anything else you and your pup could need? 

Placed on the edge of London Fields, Pub on the Park is the spot to sit after your dog has run around the field and is in need of a good rest. 

Its fairy-lit beer garden and gazebo provide an atmospherical setting for an evening out with the family and pooch together. They’ll even provide you with a dog bowl and a treat or two. 

Peoples Park Tavern

Slotted into the heart of Victoria Park is the largest beer garden in London and they don’t stop there. With an onsite brewery, BBQ kitchen, pop-up cocktail bar, and a tap wall, this place is really making the most of its space. 

The Victoria Mile End

A pub to satisfy all your seafood cravings. The Victoria can be found perfectly between Mile End Park and Victoria Park. So you have the choice of places to take your furry companion. 

In the beer garden, you can find wooden booths with covers (and heaters), making it quite easy to spend your day here and take it all in. 

If you’re worried about over-exercising your dog when going on your pub excursions, get yourself a PitPat, and take the guesswork out of exercise.

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