Dog friendly eateries in Salisbury

Salisbury: Where our tradition of hospitality even runs to the pets!

We are a nation of dog-lovers and after a long walk around the city with your four-legged friend there is nothing better than refueling in one of Salisbury’s many dog-friendly eateries.

Here are our top choices of dog friendly restaurants, pubs and cafes in Salisbury:

Boston Tea Party (High Street)

This independent small chain occupies a Grade I listed building dating back to the early 1300s and is a popular place for brunch with the dogs! With seating on the high street, the furry friends are welcome both inside and outside at Boston Tea Party.

Boston Tea Party - Experience Salisbury


Fisherton Mill Gallery & Café (Fisherton Street)

The Gallery Café has been recognised four times in the Observer's national Food Awards and dogs are welcome in both the gallery and café areas. 

Fisherton Mill


The Ox Row Inn (Market Square)

On a sunny afternoon take a seat in the outside area at The Ox Row Inn in the Market Place, sit back, relax and watch the world go by with your furry friend by your side and a drink in your hand.


The Pheasant Inn (Salt Lane)

The Pheasant Inn is a traditional pub with a beer garden that welcomes pets inside and out.

The Pheasant Inn


The Old Ale and Coffee House (Crane Street)

A  gastro pub with large outside area that even includes bookable huts to keep visitors, including the dogs, dry. From brunch on the sofas and burgers and beers by night, The Old Ale and Coffee House has something for everyone. 

Ole Ale and Coffee House - Experience Salisbury


The New Inn (New Street)

The New Inn is a cosy pub with a tranquil beer garden enjoying views of the cathedral spire, offering great food and award winning Badger beers.


The Wig and Quill (New Street)

A public house that uses locally sourced produce. Sunday roasts are the specialty at The Wig and Quill.

Salisbury Wig & Quill


The Bishops Mill (The Maltings)

The Bishops Mill boasts a large beautiful beer garden by the river, perfect for a sunny day with the pooch.

The Bishop's Mill - Experience Salisbury


The Market Inn (Market Square)

With an outside area on the Market Place you can sit and take refreshment in the heart of the city after exploring with your four-legged friend at The Market Inn.

Market Inn - Experience Salisbury


George and Dragon (Castle Street)

The George and Dragon pride themselves on being a “cozy family friendly indoor space with an atmosphere that acts as a place for friends, wanderers, furry friends and adventurers to share a drink together as equals.”   

George & Dragon


The Bell and Crown (Catherine Street)

Take your dog for a journey back in time at The Bell and Crown, a traditional pub dating from 1350. Finish off your doggy day by sharing a bucket of wings.  

The Bell & Crown

From gastro pubs to cafes and canine loving restaurants, we have plenty that will offer a warm welcome to both human and animal. Explore more of Salisbury's restaurants, cafes and pubs here.

To avoid any disappointment, before travelling please check with the venue for any dog restrictions they may have at your time of visit. 

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