Dog-Friendly Cafes Serving Dog Treats

Out for a stroll with your pup and getting a bit peckish? Embracing the growing pet-friendly trend, some of our hospitality businesses in the Moreton Bay Region are not only welcoming your four-legged friend but catering to their needs! Swing by any of these dog-friendly cafes to grab a bite to eat for yourself and dog treat for your pooch.


The Belvedere

Since introducing dog ice cream to their menu, The Belvedere Hotel has become a popular spot for pet owners to take their furry little friends for a quick snack while walking around the beautiful Woody Point. While you sip a refreshing beverage and enjoy the view over Moreton Bay, your four-legged friend can also cool off with a sweet summer treat. Since becoming a pet-friendly restaurant, The Belvedere has introduced three dog ice cream flavours to the menu including Carob, Strawberry and Peanut Butter with Bacon! You can spoil your pup at any of the service areas in the hotel as this pet-friendly treat is now a staple of the Belvedere menu.


Wheelhouse Coffee

Not only using high-quality coffee beans for human patrons, Wheelhouse Coffee in Lawnton also features Hugo’s Dog Ice Cream on their menu for man’s best friend – your dog! Bring your furry little friend along for a breakfast catch up with friends and family where they can enjoy a cold bowl of water or a delicious dog ice cream treat. This dog-friendly café near Brisbane is sure to receive lots of love from staff who will regularly check to make sure everyone is happy with their meals, including your pup!


Told You So

You and your pooch will surely be spoilt at Told You So Café. For the humans, enjoy three simple hot forms of Single Origin Roast Coffee (black, white and filtered), and three simple cold forms (white, black and soda) accompanied by a mouth-watering selection of pies. A few of the most popular pies that are served in this café include; lemon meringue, chocolate marshmallow, raspberry honeycomb and Oreo banana crème filling. If that isn’t enough to make your mouth water, we don’t know what else will.

If you’ve bought your doggo along, Told You So can whip up a puppuccino with a dog treat on the side!

3 best pet-friendly venues awarded in The Forkies:

Planning a brunch or lunch with your favourite fur baby in tow? Check out these top three venues as voted by locals as part of the 2020 Forkies Eat and Drink Awards.


1st Place: Redcliffe Markets

It's Sunday Funday at the Redcliffe Markets, spend the morning browsing the market stalls and chowing down on good eats. Pooches are most welcome, with water stops throughout the market, along with vendors selling doggy accessories and treats. Leads are a must!


2nd Place: Canter & Colt

Canter & Colt is 100% organic and serves certified organic Montville coffee, cold-pressed juices, acai bowls and smoothies, raw superfood smoothies, raw cakes, gluten free goodies and wholesome organic meals and raw salads!

Best of all, they love dogs! Check out the who's who of the wag-parade at #pupsofcanter


3rd Place: Beardy's Bar & Kitchen

Beardy’s Bar & Kitchen are no stranger to great food and top-notch brews, dishing up some of the freshest burgers on the Redcliffe Peninsula, with all patties pressed and cooked on site and homemade sauces so good you’ll be wanting to know the secret ingredients. Pooches are most welcome!

As a member of your family, your dog surely wants to be included in your outings with friends and family. Now, thanks to these dog-friendly cafes near Brisbane, you can bring them along to all gatherings and even celebrate your pooch’s birthday with a tasty dog treat and refreshing dog ice cream!

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Acknowledgement of Country - We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands and waterways of the Moreton Bay Region, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, and Turrbal people and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. We recognise the ongoing connection that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to this land and recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the original custodians of this land.