Everyone wants to join in on a trip to Brighton & Hove and as this is a dog-friendly city there is no need to leave your four-legged friend behind.
Below is a round-up of the wide variety of cafés, bars, restaurants and pubs offering a warm welcome to canine visitors.
Al Duomo - popular family-run Italian restaurant in the city centre by the Royal Pavilion estate.
Alcampo Lounge - Lounges were designed as a place for everyone and this one is on the bustling London Road.
Big Beach Café - Norman Cook's Big Beach Café is on the seafront by the Hove Lagoon play area, perfect for all the family.
Brighton Music Hall - boasts the largest heated beach terrace in Brighton! Dogs admitted on a lead on the terrace.
Buddies - Right on the seafront this is a great spot to see all the action.
Cup of Joe - This Kemptown café serves traditonal English food as well as French classics.
Duke of York Pub - Lovely country pub close to the South Downs making it an ideal spot to refuel after a country walk.
English's of Brighton - One of the South Coast's oldest seafood restaurants is still delighting diners today.
Fifty Five at Una - This hidden gem is the cocktail lounge at the stylish Hotel Una on Regency Square.
Hangleton Manor - The building dates back to the 1550s and includes a large pub garden.
Hove Place - This pub in the heart of Hove includes a delightful Italian garden.
Laughing Dog - They love dogs so much they named the place after one! In Brighton Marina this gallery, shop and café serves artisan coffee and homemade cakes.
Metrodeco - This quirky Parisian styled 1930s tea salon also hosts doggy tea parties!
Modelo Lounge - Whether shopping in George Street or walking along by the beach huts, this Hove lounge is a great place to refuel.
Northern Lights - This Scandinavian style bar is tucked away by Brighton Town Hall. Another hidden gem!
OhSo Social - slap bang on the beach near Brighton Pier, this popular café/bar welcomes dogs on a lead in the terrace area.
Pavilion Gardens Café - popular, family-run café in the Royal Pavilion Gardens. Accept dogs on a lead.
Plough Inn - Take a trip to the nearby village of Rottingdean and pop in to this classic village pub.
Pub du Vin - This British pub is brought to you by the owners of the Hotel du Vin chain so you know you are in safe hands!
Stanmer House Restaurant - This beautiful 18th century manor in Stanmer Park is also home to a fantastic restaurant.
The Black Horse - This pub is part of the Cultural Quarter and makes a great spot for a traditional Sunday roast.
The Coach House - gastro pub in The Lanes with roaring fires in the winter and a cosy courtyard for the summer
The Colonnade - This quaint pub is next door to the Theatre Royal and close to the Dome so you may spot a celeb or two!
The Cyclist Refreshment Room - This funky café, pub and bar is in the middle of Brighton Station and serves locally sourced food & drink.
The Ginger Dog - With a dog in the name of course dogs are welcome inside too! This local pub offers real ales, craft beers and fine wines as well as locally sourced food.
The Ginger Fox - Sister pub to the Ginger Dog offering the same high level of quality out in the Sussex countryside.
The Ladies Mile - A country public house with a lively and welcoming atmosphere.
The Longman of Wilmington Pub - A traditional pub atmosphere but serving Thai cuisine and with live music once a month.
The New Club - Brings a taste of New York to Brighton's bustling seafront seving delicious meals from breakfast to dinner.
The World Famous Pump Room - great location opposite the volleyball court on Brighton beachfront.
Verano Lounge - A place for everyone to enjoy with Sunday night quizzes plus lunchtime and midweek deals.
Yellowave Barefoot Café - mellow Californian surf vibe with a large sun decked area, chill out music and great food. Accept dogs on a lead.
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