As Glasgow continues to enjoy the scorching temperatures, you may be reluctant to leave your dog at home while you go out to enjoy a meal.

Whether you’re looking for a lunch or dinner spot, this handy list offers you a variety of dining options across the city where your four-legged friends will be welcomed.

Saint Luke’s & The Winged Ox

Saint Luke’s is a live music and arts venue on Bain Street in the East End. Its bar and kitchen which opens seven days a week, The Winged Ox, serves a range of pub favourites including burgers, pizzas and even deep-fried pickles. The former church which was renovated in 2015 won Dog-Friendly Pub of the Year in 2017 and their website features a special “Dog of the Week” section where you can browse some very cute photos of the venue’s furry visitors.


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Commenting on their Facebook, Teigan Mcmann said: “This is the best dog-friendly place in Glasgow. Usually, we feel like our dog is a hassle, but the staff played and fussed over him. It made our day so peaceful and easy.”  

Brutti Compadres

Brutti Compadres is a renovated tobacco exchange hidden away in the heart of the city. A short walk from Queen Street, the dog-friendly restaurant prides itself on “serving the best tapas and being the friendliest faces Glasgow has to offer”.


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One TripAdvisor user said: “This gem of a place is one of only a few in the city centre that allows me to eat, drink and relax with my dogs.”

Meanwhile, on Facebook, Hannah Louise Currie said: “The food was amazing and our little pup was happy with her water and doggy biscuits. Will definitely be back.”

Hillhead Bookclub

Situated in the West End of the city near Botanic Gardens, Kelvingrove Park and popular dog-walking routes, this chilled-out restaurant is popular with locals and students and specialises in brunch and vegan food. Dogs are welcome in all areas of the restaurant including the balcony.


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A TripAdvisor user said: “We were offered water and treats for the dog which was a nice caring touch, she was made to feel very welcome.”

The Bungo

Bungo is a minimalist restaurant in the Southside of the city. Situated on Nithsdale Road, they offer a menu which changes with the seasons, with a commitment to using seasonal and local produce, serving dishes from breakfast through to dinner. TripAdvisor and Facebook users are complimentary of the welcoming atmosphere for dogs.


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Kathy Livy said “I think nearly every table had a dog and there was no drama. Nice relaxing place to come.”

Facebook user Jess Mack wrote: “Came in with our puppy who was given treats and water on arrival. One of my favourite places in the Southside.”

The 13th Note

The 13th Note is a vegetarian and vegan restaurant and bar in the city centre. Live music and quiz nights are a regular fixture, and free-to-use exhibition space for artists is also available to book. The owners describe the venue as a home of “award-winning food and service, especially if you have four paws”. The restaurant won a series of awards in 2018, including Best Dog-Friendly Pub and Best Bloody Mary cocktail.

TripAdvisor user Stewart B said: “Don’t be afraid of taking your pet here as they get the same warm welcome as everyone else.”


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