We love going to The Hoxton. If you’re looking for an after walk breakfast, brunch or dinner, The Hoxton’s restaurant is open at any time of the day. The Hoxton has recently made all of its venues dog-friendly to make all dog owners’ lives easier when travelling. To celebrate the good news, they’re throwing a host of doggy friendly events in every hood (see our last post).
As you can imagine, we love the idea and will participate and hopefully see some of you on 22 September for their first walk.
81 Great Eastern Street
London EC2A 3HU
Dishoom Shoreditch is one of our favourite places to eat in the area. Serving the most delicious Indian street food in Bombay-style digs, the restaurant welcomes dogs on their cosy verandah space. Dishoom is very busy on evenings and weekends, so if you would rather avoid queuing, then it’s better to head there on weekdays for a generous and tasty breakfast or lunch! (It is worth the wait, but your dog might not agree with that!) Surrounded by a beautiful decor and comfortably sat in a vintage looking sofa, get ready to enjoy one of the best Indian food you’ve ever had!
7 Boundary Street
London E2 7JE
Ozone Coffee Roasters
There is no better way to start a day than with a dog walk and a good coffee. For this exact reason, we make sure to locate the best coffee places in every area we head to in the city. Our Shoreditch favourite coffee is at Ozone Coffee Roasters. This coffee roaster, placed in the heart of Shoreditch, can only allow a perfect start to your day; the artisan roastery coffee shop’s menu offers high quality coffee as well as amazing breakfast, cakes, eggs and lunchtime snacks, with its onsite bakery. It’s also dog-friendly so the perfect mix of what’s best in life: coffee and dogs!
Ozone Coffee Roasters
11 Leonard Street
London EC2A 4AQ
(Daisy’s selfie at our Doggie Speed Dating event in March 2017 at the Ace Hotel)
If you’re looking for a place to hang out, have a tea or drink in a beautiful environment with your furry best friend, Ace Hotel is the one. Only a few minutes away from our popup store, Ace Hotel is one of Shoreditch’s places to be. Their hotel rooms are pet-friendly, and dogs are also welcome to hang out in their lobby – the perfect spot to congregate, socialise, work or wind down.
100 Shoreditch High Street
London E1 6JQ
Finally, we could not write about Shoreditch’s best places to go without mentioning the famous Brick Lane. Indeed, this picturesque street is a staple of east London’s visit.
This colourful street is constantly attracting people from all around the world and has been surprising Londoners for many years with its ongoing changes and curious stores. From the most intriguing vintage stores, lovely coffee shops, street food market, chocolate paradise and not-to-be missed Beigel Bake, Brick Lane holds all sort of places for you to visit and enjoy on any day of the week. If you fancy a stroll around one of London’s most famous lane with your dog, lots of the places are pet-friendly and will give you the best welcome.