Ten dog friendly pubs to visit in Norwich
There’s nothing better than stopping off for a bite to eat and a refreshing drink after a walk with your four-legged friend. Here’s a look at some of Norwich’s top dog-friendly pubs.
The Cellar House, Eaton Street
This family friendly pub and restaurant which also doubles as a post office says they are “proud” to welcome dogs with well-behaved owners.
The Eagle, Newmarket Road
A 10 minute walk from the city centre, this pub really caters for dogs by offering them their own menu.
The Whalebone Freehouse, Magdalen Road
Situated just a couple of miles north of the city centre, nestled in NR3, this indepdent pub welcomes dogs and even has a jar of treats waiting for them. If you visit, make sure to look out for Harvey the Labrador, who belongs to Steve the General Manager.
The Earlham Arms, Earlham Road
The Earlham Arms is a pub which offers something for everyone, with a selection of ales, beers, cocktails, wines and soft drinks as well as food, and what makes it even better is that they also welcome dogs.
The Coach and Horses, Thorpe Road
This pub with on site brewery, specialises in real ale and also happens to be incredibly dog friendly.
The Sir Garnet, Market Place
Located across from Norwich’s historic market, The Sir Garnet itself is steeped in history and offers a great range of food and drink as well as great views across the city - all of which can be enjoyed with your furry friend by your side.
The Black Horse, Earlham Road
This laid-back pub welcomes diners, drinkers and dogs to the establishment and will even provide biscuits for your four-legged companion.
The Plasterers Arms, Cowgate
The Plasterers specialises in craft beer and pizza and is very-dog friendly.
The Red Lion, Bishopgate
Situated along the river, this pub offers a selection of food and drink, including a carvery on Sundays. A great spot to stop off at following a walk with your pet.
The Jubilee, St Leonards Road
This Victorian pub just outside of the city centre prides itself on having a “village feel” and is welcoming to all, from sports fans wanting to watch the latest match to those who enjoy talks on local history and those with dogs.