On a warm summer's day, there is nothing better than stopping off for a refreshing beverage and a bite to eat.

But for dog owners it can be tricky to know where to eat with your four legged friends

From bakeries to upmarket restaurants, we have put together a guide to some of the best places to eat and drink which will welcome dogs with open arms.

Kensington

Maggie Jones Restaurant, Kensington

This dog-friendly restaurant has a rustic, informal feel and is tucked away between Kensington High Street and Kensington Church Street.

Address: 6 Old Court Place, Kensington Church Street, W8 4PL

Churchill Arms, Kensington

The Churchill Arms (Photo: Gill Shaw Photography)

Built in 1750, the Churchill Arms was once frequented by Winston Churchill's grandparents - and it's now the preferred haunt of many a modern day celebrity and a pooch or two!

Address: 119 Kensington Church Street, Kensington, W8 7LN

Anglesea Arms, South Kensington

The Anglesea Arms is a traditional alehouse with gastropub menu and bar snacks, plus outdoor seating on front terrace.

Address: 15 Selwood Terrace, South Kensington, SW7 3QG

Cibo Italian Restaurant, Kensington

At Cibo you can get upmarket Italian dishes, plenty of seafood and a Sunday lunch menu.

Address: 3 Russell Gardens, Kensington, W14 8EZ

Notting Hill

The Ladbroke Arms, Notting Hill

The Ladbroke Arms in Notting Hall
The Ladbroke Arms in Notting Hall

The Ladbroke Arms is a dog-friendly gastropub with hanging baskets, a light-filled bar and dining room with an eclectic, daily-changing menu. Why not enjoy a chilled beverage with your dog?

Address: 54 Ladbroke Rd, Notting Hill, W11 3NW

The Prince Bonaparte, Notting Hill

This is a large gastropub with a laid-back soundtrack, high ceilings, brick walls and mismatched furniture.

It has a modern British menu with plenty of vegetarian and fish options.

Address: 80 Chepstow Road, Westbourne Park, London W2 5BE

Uxbridge

Harris & Hoole, Uxbridge

Harris+Hoole

Enjoy a coffee at this rustic café chain, which also offers a selection of breakfast and lunch dishes.

Address: The Market House, High St, Uxbridge UB8 1JN

Chiswick

Duke of Sussex, Chiswick

Duke of Sussex
Duke of Sussex

The Duke of Sussex is a pub and dining room. It is a short distance from Chiswick Park station and is situated on the edge of Acton Green Common.

It serves a modern menu with a Spanish influence, prepared fresh on the premises daily which you can enjoy with your dog by your side.

Address: 75 South Parade, London W4 5LF

George IV, Chiswick

The George IV pub, Chiswick High Road

This is a classic pub with heavily wooded decor and original etched glass, as well as a large modern garden.

Address: 185 Chiswick High Rd, Chiswick, W4 2DR

Outsider Tart, Chiswick

The shop is located in Chiswick

This American bakery not only specialises in cakes, pies and tarts but creative dog treats too!

Address: 83 Chiswick High Rd, Chiswick, W4 2EF

Hammersmith

Blue Anchor, Hammersmith

Blue Anchor in Hammersmith
Blue Anchor in Hammersmith

Dogs are welcomed with open arms at The Blue Anchor. The family owned pub by the Thames below Hammersmith Bridge has an upstairs 'River Room', a popular venue with views out onto the river.

Address: 13 Lower Mall, Hammersmith, W6 9DJ

The Cumberland Arms, Hammersmith

The Cumberland Arms is a local pub serving a monthly changing Mediterranean inspired menu alongside real ales and an affordable wine list.

Address: 29 North End Road, Hammersmith, W14 8SZ

The Thatched House, Hammersmith

Tom Gavaghan is back at the Thatched House, given it back its historic name, and vowed to place the Hammersmith pub back into the heart of the community

This is an airy pub with sofas in front of a log fire, a conservatory with folding doors and a beer garden.

Address: 115 Dalling Road, Hammersmith, W6 0ET

Thatched House, 115 Dalling Road, Hammersmith W6 0ET. Telephone 020 8748 6174. www.thatchedhouse.com
Thatched House interior

The Hammersmith Ram, Hammersmith

The Hammersmith Ram is dog-friendly

The Hammersmith Ram describes their atmosphere as lively and informal. The pub has a contemporary and stylish feel.

Address: 81 King St, Hammersmith, W6 9HW

Fulham

The Broadway Bar and Grill, Fulham

The Broadway Bar and Grill has an relaxed outdoor area that welcomes dogs. It serves a range of traditional international dishes.

Address: 474-476 Fulham Rd, Fulham, SW6 1BY

Moosh Café, Fulham

For a health kick, why not walk your dog to the Moosh Café in Fulham?

Moosh Café is a contemporary café which is perfect for fresh fruit juices and smoothies, frozen yogurt and health-centric breakfasts.

Address: Kingly Court, Unit G11, Kingly Street, W1B 5PW

Westminster

Buckingham Arms, Westminster

With a full range of Young's ales on tap and two minutes from Buckingham Palace, the Buckingham Arms is a great spot to stop off with your dog.

Address: 62 Petty France, Westminster, SW1H 9EU

Chelsea

Lucio Italian Restaurant, Chelsea

Lucio's is a upmarket, dog-friendly restaurant. They serve Italian staples in a simple, bustling dining room with fixed-price menus at lunchtime.

Address: 257-259 Fulham Rd, Chelsea, SW3 6HY

The Jam Tree, Chelsea

The Jam Tree
The Jam Tree

Dogs and owners can relax at The Jam Tree in Kings Road. The gastropub has a modern British menu, pop art decor and a heated walled garden - perfect for summer evenings.

The Jam Tree
The Jam Tree

Address: 541 King's Rd, Chelsea, SW6 2EB

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