Top 9 Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Birmingham

Would you like to go out to dinner with your best friend but are concerned that your preferred establishment might not be as thrilled to have four-legged guests as you'd hoped? Don't worry; we've compiled a list of the top dog-friendly restaurants in Birmingham where you can eat with confidence knowing that your dog is just as comfortable as you are. We have what you're searching for, whether it's gourmet pizza, fine dining, or a traditional burger and fries.

Plan your next family adventure by looking through our list of Birmingham eateries that welcome dogs.

1. Otto


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Bring your dog to Otto in the Jewellery Quarter for a full Italian experience. There, they can exchange wine for a bowl of water and you may select from a delectable array of wood-fired pizzas. You can pick from intriguing toppings like Wenlock Edge Farm sausage, butternut squash, Romanesco cauliflower and smoky paprika seeds in addition to traditional options like Margherita and gammon and mushroom. So, if you feel like shaking things up and trying something new, come here! Your dog will continue to feel very welcome, thanks to the staff's constant attention and refills of fresh water.

Address: 14 Caroline St, Birmingham B3 1TR, United Kingdom

Opening Hours: 

Monday Closed

Tuesday-Thursday 5–9 pm

Friday-Saturday 12–3 pm, 5–9:30 pm

Sunday 5–9 pm

Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery



2. Gaucho


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In all Gaucho restaurants in the UK, including this one in Birmingham, dogs are welcomed. Between noon and six o'clock, your small friend will be warmly welcomed as long as they behave themselves. After a trip to the groomer, dress your dog in her finest collar so she will look chic in this opulent setting and you can savour some of the best Argentinian steaks in the world with the best company. An upscale roast dinner, consisting of a "Never-Ending Roast" with infinite vegetables and Yorkshires, is available on Sundays for $35.00.

Address: Lower Ground Retail, 55 Colmore Row, Birmingham B3 2AA, United Kingdom

Opening Hours: 

Sunday-Thursday 12–11 pm

Friday 12–11:30 pm

Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery



3. One Trick Pony

One Trick Pony

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The One Trick Pony Club, located in the centre of Moseley Village, cordially invites your furry companions. It's the ideal location for a pit stop following walks in the lovely Moseley Park, with its lush vegetation and gorgeous lake.  There is also a buffet and veggie buffet menu available for groups larger than 10, which offers a variety of classics such as triple-cooked chips, vegan nachos, cheeseburgers,  and British scampi. This location also hosts live music events in the evenings. Since your dog has sensitive ears, the music might be somewhat overwhelming for them.

Address: 93 Alcester Rd, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8DD, United Kingdom

Opening Hours:

Sunday- Thursday 12–11 pm

Friday-Saturday 12 pm–12:30 am

Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · No delivery



4. 1000 Trades

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You can be sure that there will always be something novel and intriguing on the food menu at 1000 Trades because there are new residents in the kitchen each month. The best news is that you may enjoy the atmosphere with your dog by bringing him along. They conduct jazz roasts on the majority of Sundays during the winter, so you and your little buddy can enjoy some tasty sax solos while munching on lamb rump or vegetable Wellington. Alongside the restaurant, a variety of activities are being held in the venue. Not every event, though, will be appropriate for your dog, so be sure to look at their events site before you go.

Address: 16 Frederick St, Birmingham B1 3HE, United Kingdom

Opening Hours: 

Monday 4–11 pm

Tuesday-Thursday 12–11 pm

Friday-Saturday 12 pm–12 am

Sunday 12–11 pm

Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery



5. Eat Vietnam

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In Stirchley, located in South Birmingham, there is a very well-liked restaurant called Eat Vietnam that is also dog-friendly. Their delectable menu features curries, noodles, and a variety of small platters for tapas-style dinners (but of course with Vietnamese cuisine). Although dogs are allowed inside, the restaurant is fairly small, so larger dogs might not be appropriate. In the summer, they also have a patio where they serve an expedited menu of appetisers such as Vietnamese scotch eggs and spring rolls. There is a little more room for dogs to wander in the outdoor area. 

Address: 1422 Pershore Rd, Stirchley, Birmingham B30 2PH, United Kingdom

Opening Hours: 

Sunday-Tuesday Closed

Wednesday-Thursday 5–9 pm

Friday-Saturday 12–9:30 pm

Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway



6. The Plough

The Plough

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The Plough is a warm, canine-welcoming gastropub located in the hip Harborne neighbourhood. Dogs are welcome in the bar area and on the patio, creating a welcoming environment for you and your four-legged buddy. The pub serves food that ranges from traditional pub fare to more creative items, all of which are made using locally sourced ingredients. Everything from filling main courses and sharing platters to decadent desserts is available to satiate every appetite. The Plough also offers an outstanding assortment of spirits, premium wines, and craft brews.

Address: 21 High St, Harborne, Birmingham B17 9NT, United Kingdom

Opening Hours: 

Monday-Friday  8:30 am–11 pm

Saturday 10 am–11 pm

Sunday 10 am–10:30 pm

Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery


7. The Physician

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The Physician, one of the dog-friendly restaurants in Birmingham with a Victorian structure as its home, is situated in Edgbaston. Dogs are allowed in the outside eating area, where you can relax in the cosy atmosphere of the bar. The Physician's menu offers a variety of classic British meals with modern twists. There are many options, ranging from hearty classics like Sunday roasts and fish and chips to tasty vegetarian selections. To go with your meal, they also have a variety of real ales, craft brews, and drinks.

Address: Harborne Rd, Birmingham B15 3DH, United Kingdom

Opening Hours: 

Monday-Saturday 12–11 pm

Sunday 12–10:30 pm

Service options: Dine-in · No delivery



8. The High Field

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The High Field is a hip, canine-friendly gastropub with a welcoming ambience that is located in the Edgbaston Village neighbourhood. The outdoor dining area, where you may dine al fresco in the pub's wonderful garden, is dog-friendly. The menu features contemporary British cuisine made using premium, regionally sourced ingredients. The High Field offers something for every palate, from seasonally inspired fare and filling main courses to delectable Sunday roasts. They provide a wide selection of wines, craft beers, spirits, and cocktails on their vast beverage menu.

Address: 22 Highfield Rd, Birmingham B15 3DP, United Kingdom

Opening Hours: 

Monday-Friday  7:30 am–11 pm

Saturday 8 am–11 pm

Sunday 8 am–10 pm\

Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · No delivery



9. Boston Tea Party

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Boston Tea Party is a network of canine-friendly cafes with many locations in Birmingham that provides a laid-back and welcoming atmosphere for you and your furry buddy. In both their outdoor and indoor dining areas, where you may savour a variety of delectable foods and beverages, dogs are welcome. The all-day brunch menu at Boston Tea Party is renowned and includes items like avocado toast, eggs benedict and pancakes. Additionally, they provide a variety of salads, sandwiches, and baked pastries. They provide a variety of hot and cold drinks, including loose-leaf teas and speciality coffees, in addition to their culinary selections.

Address: 190 Corporation St, Birmingham B4 6QD, United Kingdom

Opening Hours: 

Monday-Thursday 7 am–4 pm

Friday 7 am–5 pm

Saturday 8 am–5 pm

Sunday 8 am–4 pm

Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery



Not everyone enjoys seeing dogs in restaurants. Before visiting these places, you might want your dog to learn some tricks, such as settling on a rug or beneath your chair and responding to their name. You could even want to schedule your visit to a bar for a time when it's less crowded. 

While it may not be the most enjoyable experience, taking your dog to the pub when there are fewer distractions is an excellent way to teach them to be calm as you and your pals move from one pint to the next. If you are new to the city or here on a trip, make sure to look for serviced apartments in Birmingham that are pet friendly and will make your dog feel comfortable. It is, however, recommended to leave your dog at home if the pub environment is intimidating for them. 


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