Following on from our top-rated dog friendly pubs in West London, we now head to the East of the capital. We’ve uncovered four places for you and your dog to enjoy this spring!
The Horn of Plenty (36 Globe Road, Stepney Green, E1 4DU)
This pub has plenty of pedigree. It claimed Time Out’s ‘Best Pub in Whitechapel and Stepney’ award for two years running and will be looking to make it three on the bounce in 2017.
It offers free dog treats for your pooch – you can find them in a jar on the bar.
If you’re travelling from across London to visit The Horn of Plenty, you’ll be pleased to hear that Stepney Green underground station is right around the corner!
Pembury Tavern (90 Amhurst Road, Hackney Downs, E8 1JH)
This place was brought back to life in 2006 after being derelict for nearly 10 years. First opened in the 19th Century, it was left to rack and ruin after a fire in the 1990s.
Now open from midday until at least 11pm every day of the week, there’s lots of time to enjoy one of the many real ales it has to offer after a nice walk with your dog.
Hackney Downs and Hackney Central Overground stations are both located very close to the pub. It also holds beer festivals twice a year so there’s even more reason to visit in July and November!
People’s Park Tavern (360 Victoria Park Road, E9 7BT)
A village pub and micro-brewery that’s perfectly placed next to Victoria Park. There’s only one place to head after a stroll in the park with your pooch!
Dogs are welcome inside and out. The People’s Park Tavern boasts its own beer garden. But if it’s a chilly day, you and your canine will want to warm up by the fire.
Many dog walkers call this their local boozer, so even your pooch can make a new friend here!
The Kenton Arms (38 Kenton Road, Homerton, E9 7AB)
Winner of the ‘Best Pub in Hackney’ award two years running and the ‘Most Loved Pub in London’ in 2015, this relatively new boozer has quite a bit to shout about. In fact, it’s won so many awards over the last seven years, there are too many to list.
Opened in 2009, it is now famous in the capital for its craft beers. But your dogs will love the water bowls and free biscuits to chew on.