Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’d be aware that cafes can re-open for dine-in Monday May 18, and that means one thing: Sunday brunch is back on the cards! We’re sure your four legged friend is missing those weekend brunch dates too, so we’ve found the very best dog friendly cafes open for sit-down meals across Perth. Check them out here: 

Central & Northern Suburbs

Finlay and Sons no. 917

If you’ve passed Finlay & Sons on any given morning, you’d likely have seen a cafe with as many dogs as people. Their love of dogs is so strong that they even have an Instagram page dedicated to them, @dogsoffinlays, run by staff member Andrew Mercer. In more of a soft reopening, Finlay & Sons will allow dine-in from Monday May 18 in their alfresco area only, with patrons to order from the takeaway menu. Keep your eyes peeled for their full reopening announcement in the coming weeks, with a brand spanking new winter menu.

Finlay and Sons
917 Beaufort St, Inglewood


Lincolns 102

Highgate’s small but mighty Lincolns 102 is back as of Monday May 18, featuring a brand new menu and three dog bowls so even your dogs can be socially distant. Give them a call to book to make sure you don’t miss out.

Lincolns 102
Open 7am-3.30pm (3pm on Saturdays)
(08) 9228 1759
102 Lincoln St, Highgate

Steam Haus

Sitting pretty just off the popular Maylands cafe strip is Steam Haus, a kid friendly and dog friendly cafe. Offering doggy cookies and icy poles as well as a back porch and outdoor seating for your dog to soak up the last of the sun, this place is about as dog friendly as you can get. Steam Haus will be up and running as of May 18, but be sure you call to book to avoid disappointment!

Steam Haus
Open 6am-2pm
(08) 6153 1441
206B Whatley Cres, Maylands

Canteen Trigg

Situated right on Trigg Beach is Canteen, a largely outdoor cafe perfect for brunch in the sun. Although Canteen has been open for takeaway, with punters able to stroll over and eat on the beach instead, the dine-in menu opening back for business will offer more choice. As they are walk-in only, it’s best to get there early to secure your spot, particularly on a weekend. Or, pop your name down when you get there and take your dog for a beach walk while you wait. 

Canteen Trigg
Open 6.30am-3.30pm (Sundays 8pm)
(08) 9447 0077
364 West Coast Dr, Trigg

Western Suburbs

Pixel Coffee Brewers

If you’re after an all-day healthy brunch spot, Pixel are your people. They did Perth’s first pumpkin smash (sister of the avo smash) a few years back and although much of the menu will be brand new, they’ve kept the old favourite for our post-isolation needs. Both their Leederville and Claremont stores are opening for both people and pooches as of May 18 – you can either call to book or try your luck with a walk in. 

Pixel Coffee Brewers
Open 7am-3pm
0484 039 999
2/226 Oxford St, Leederville & Corner of Saint Quentin Avenue and, 2 Bovell Ln, Claremont

The Little Pantry

After having shut temporarily over COVID-19, The Little Pantry will be back open for dine-in. With a quaint courtyard and space out front for dogs as well as a brand new menu on the cards, The Little Pantry has something for us and our furry friends. Just give them a call to book!

The Little Pantry
Open 7am-2pm
(08) 9388 8780
206 Nicholson Rd, Shenton Park


Duck Duck Bruce

Duck Duck Bruce’s dog friendly garden is also back in business, decked out with dog bowls, treats and blankets to keep you and your best mate toasty. With a new all-day brunch and lunch menu, Duck Duck Bruce is taking advantage of the smaller number of guests and including items that they don’t serve when there’s a big crowd, like french toast and waffles.

Best of all, proceeds from babycino and sparkling water purchases go straight to the kennel they sponsor at Shenton Park Dog Refuge. Just shoot them a call or email to book in, and be sure to let them know if you’re bringing your dog too.

Duck Duck Bruce
Open 7am-2pm
(08) 6219 5216
18 Collie St, Fremantle

Moore & Moore Cafe

An icon of Fremantle, Moore & Moore Cafe is set to re-open for dine in from Friday to Monday, starting May 18! Sittings will be one hour each and can be booked in advance – just give them a call. Otherwise, just stroll in and they will do their best to seat you if they aren’t at full capacity. As always, your dog is welcome in both their courtyard and front deck area, with water bowls provided. 

Moore & Moore
Open 8am-2pm
(08) 9335 8825
46 Henry St, Fremantle

Photo credit: Pixel Coffee Brewers: @perthcakebyangie (IG); all other images: Facebook.

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