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Sydney dog cafes
At these cafes, your poor, neglected best friend can sip on a lactose-free Pupaccino or perhaps sample the Carpaccio lamb
perfect sense that a dog should be man’s best friend. But what does it take
for a dog to be a woman’s best friend?
For starters, a good heart to heart wouldn't go astray. Preferably over coffee.
Or even a nice meal.
If this sounds like your perfect doggy date, at two Sydney dog cafes masters and their humans can enjoy a relaxing setting and lactose-free Pupaccinos.
Located inside Hawthorne Canal Reserve, Leichhardt, Café Bones is everything your four-legged friend might desire from a cafe.
In the middle of an off-leash park, it's a convenient meeting place for dog owners that serves trademark Pupaccino drinks for thirsty pooches, as well as a range of dog and human snacks.
It's been a favorite of dog owners for the last decade: a place where they can roll around while their dogs relax and have a drink.
Cafe Bones, Hawthorne Canal
Reserve, Leichhardt, tel +61 (0)2 8086 2433, Open 7 Days, 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m.
Wollstonecraft’s new place, Chew Chew, brings some north shore style to the Sydney dog cafe scene.
To pamper pooches, Chew Chew specializes in freshly cooked organic pet food in a restaurant setting. It serves three-course meals and takes reservations for canines on a busy schedule.
The changing menu includes sardine burgers, Carpaccio lamb, pasta Bolognese and fish soup. All dishes are served with a side of advice for your dog’s essential dietary needs.
Like Café Bones, Chew Chew has become a dog lovers’ meeting place. Owners can bring in their own food from the human cafe next door and join their pets at a table.
Chew Chew, 3 Railway Parade,
Wollstonecraft Station, Wollstonecraft, tel. +61 (0)2 9460 7111
Closed Monday; Tuesday-Wednesday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.; Thursday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.-2 p.m.; Sunday, by appointment only.
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