Dog-friendly dining at King’s Cross

King’s Cross and Coal Drops Yard share their pawfect spots for dining this summer.

With the nation having welcomed a return to indoor dining, dog-friendly King’s Cross and Coal Drops Yard are reminding proud pooch owners that there’s no need to leave four-legged friends at home.

With more than 20 restaurants and brands welcoming dogs on site, the area offers a pawsome variety of places to go, both inside and outdoors.

Yet it’s not just the wide range of restuarants at King’s Cross and Coal Drops Yard that serves itself to creating the ultimate doggy day out, there are also 26 acres of new parks, squares and open space to explore with man’s best friend in tow. Londoners can enjoy a leisurely stroll along Regent’s Canal or indulge in some re-tail therapy, before settling in at one of the area’s many in-demand dining spots such as Beer + Burger, Morty & Bob’s and Notes Coffee, all of whom welcome well-behaved dogs indoors and offer water bowls upon request.

At the weekend, visitors and their canine companions can browse the stalls at charming Canopy Market. The covered market in West Handyside Canopy features a regularly changing line-up of artisan food and drink, handcrafted art, and independent fashion every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Lower Stable Street at Coal Drops Yard also hosts a weekend market on Saturdays and Sundays.

Dining spots at King’s Cross welcoming dogs indoors include: Barrafina, Beer + Burger, Casa Pastor, Goods Way, Happy Face, Little Creatures, Longboys, Morty & Bob’s, Notes Coffee, Plaza Pastor, Redemption Roasters, Ruby Violet, Sons & Daughters, Spiritland, The Drop, The Lighterman and Vinoteca.

Dining spots at King’s Cross offering pooches an alfresco experience include: Arabica, Café BAO, Caravan, Dishoom, German Gymnasium, Hicce, Hiden, Hoppers, Kimchee, Lina Stores, Parillan and Vermuteria. Coal Office and Granary Square Brasserie welcome guide and emotional support dogs.

For more information please visit: www.kingscross.co.uk/dog-friendly-kings-cross

Image credit: John Sturrock