THE LIST: Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Stockholm

THE LIST: Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Stockholm

Whippet  Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Stockholm

More and more restaurants are warmly welcoming dogs in Stockholm. Here are excellent establishments where you don't have to leave your furry friend at home.

1. Restaurang Grodan

  • A true institution in Stockholm's restaurant scene where bringing your dog is perfectly acceptable.
  • Address: Grev Turegatan 16

2. Villa Godthem

  • Especially during the summer, the excellent porch and outdoor seating are open, making this restaurant on Djurgården well worth a visit for both humans and dogs.
  • Address: Rosendalsvägen 9

3. BrewDog

  • Noteworthy for being dog-friendly, with the added bonus of a dedicated menu for our four-legged companions.
  • Address: Ringvägen 149

4. Gamla Enskede Matbod

  • You can bring your pup to the bar part of Gamla Enskede Matbod for a delightful weekend brunch.
  • Address: Stockholmsvägen 17

5. Brasseri Astoria

  • The renovated cinema offers an incredibly unique atmosphere and fantastic food, and you don't have to leave your dog at home.
  • Address: Nybrogatan 15

6. Bistro Marie

  • A French bistro in the heart of Gamla Stan where dogs are very popular among the staff.
  • Address: Stora Nygatan 28

7. Två små svin

  • Årsta's open sandwich institution welcomes dogs in both the orangery and on the outdoor terrace.
  • Address: Årstavägen 149

8. Burgers and Pastrami

  • Stockholm's tastiest burgers, and dog-friendly? The perfect combination!
  • Address: Linnégatan 38

9. Calle P

  • Just a stone's throw from Berns, Calle P not only serves delightful home-cooked meals but also has a very dog-loving staff.
  • Address: Berzelii Park 10

10. Solen

  • A popular addition to the Slakthusområdet that welcomes dogs both on the outdoor terrace and inside the restaurant.
  • Address: Hallvägen 45

11. Café Nizza

  • A cozy Italian classic not far from Nytorget, where both dogs and humans are warmly welcomed.
  • Address: Åsögatan 171

12. Bistro Bananas

  • Otherworldly good pizza, and it's perfectly fine to bring your dog. The only downside is that you can't reserve a table, so you'll have to drop by and take your chances.
  • Address: Skånegatan 47

13. Österlånggatan 17

  • In Gamla Stan, you'll find this charming restaurant with a real neighborhood feel that happily eliminates the need to arrange for a dog sitter.
  • Address: Österlånggatan 17

14. Riche

  • Another classic in Stockholm's pub scene that commendably welcomes everyone, which is, of course, a huge plus.
  • Address: Birger Jarlsgatan 4

15. Pom & Flora

  • A trendy spot known for its delicious brunch options, Pom & Flora extends a warm welcome to dogs. The vibrant atmosphere and healthy menu make it a favorite for both two-legged and four-legged visitors.
  • Address: Bondegatan 64

16. Meatballs for the People

  • Embrace the Swedish culinary experience with your canine companion at Meatballs for the People. This restaurant not only serves authentic Swedish meatballs but is also known for its dog-friendly attitude.
  • Address: Nytorgsgatan 30

17. Nybrogatan 38

  • Nybrogatan 38 is a stylish and dog-welcoming venue offering a diverse menu with a focus on Nordic flavors. Enjoy the modern ambiance indoors or opt for outdoor seating with your furry friend.
  • Address: Nybrogatan 38

18. Tradition

  • Located in Södermalm, Tradition is a charming eatery that embraces traditional Swedish cuisine. Dogs are embraced just as warmly, making it an ideal spot to enjoy classic Swedish dishes with your canine companion.
  • Address: Hökens gata 8

19. Under Kastanjen

  • Situated in the heart of Gamla Stan, Under Kastanjen is a quaint café that not only boasts a historic setting but also welcomes dogs. Enjoy a coffee or a light meal in the cozy courtyard alongside your four-legged friend.
  • Address: Kindstugatan 1

Discovering Stockholm's culinary scene is even more enjoyable when shared with your furry friends. These additional restaurants promise a delightful experience for both you and your dog.

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