Time Out Melbourne

Next time you're taking Rover for a walk, factor in these fine establishments

The Palace Hotel

Dogs are always welcome at the Palace; they even have a resident pooch, Billy the Staffy. South Melbourne.

Republica

Chill out in the beach-side courtyard with your dogs any time, day or night. St Kilda.

Great Northern Hotel

Dogs welcome to come along while you sink a few in the beer garden. Carlton North.

The Union Club Hotel

Your mate will love hanging around the beer garden and people-watching through the fence onto the street. Fitzroy.

Flying Duck Hotel

Four-legged friends are invited down on Mondays for “dog owners night”. Prahran.

Little Creatures Dining Hall

They’ve got a bar set up at the front so you can keep your pets with you while you throw back a brew or two. Fitzroy.

Kent Street

Party inside while the dogs party outside. There are water bowls set out and they can chill out on the wooden boxes along the path. Fitzroy.

Madame Brussels

Enjoy a cocktail and a cupcake without leaving your furry friend behind. But we wouldn’t go during peak hours because it gets fairly busy. Melbourne.

The Fox

Take your dog with you for a casual mid-week beer in the open courtyard. Although they don’t encourage pets on weekends or at night when loud and busy. Collingwood.

Grub Food Van

You'll often see rescue mutt Mutti (pictured) here, weaving between your legs. You can bring your dog into the greenhouse or outside areas. They even make homemade dog biscuits. Fitzroy.
 

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