Pizza and pups…two of our favourite things and given that pizza is one of the world’s most popular foods, we bet we’re not alone. So to celebrate National Pizza Day, we’re celebrating dog-friendly pizza restaurants in London that give a warm welcome to our four-legged friends too.
You may not be able to dine in these restaurants right now, but when you can, these are the dog-friendly pizza places in London where dining with your dog won’t be a problem at all. In the meantime, picking up a pizza whilst walking the dog is perfectly acceptable, we won’t judge you for it…
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Dog-friendly Pizza Restaurants in London with Various Locations
Best For: Great pizza and there’s usually one not too far from you when you’re out and about so great for impromptu pizza and pup pitstops. Some Pizza Pilgrim restaurants like the Victoria and West India Quay branches are bigger than others, but even the smaller venues such as Soho often have outdoor seating. A while ago Pizza Pilgrims hosted a doggy pizza day in London which was the best dog-friendly day ever. We (and pups all over London) only wish they would do it again.
Where: Carnaby, Camden, Covent Garden, Exmouth Market, Shoreditch, Soho, City, London Bridge, Victoria, West India Quay, pizzapilgrims.co.uk
Takeaway and Delivery: Click & Collect via the Pizza Pilgrims website or via Deliveroo
Best For: Delicious pizzas whole or by the slice, with vegan options available. Due to the open kitchens, dogs are only allowed on the outside eating areas at Homeslice, but cute little ‘Homedog’ water bowls are provided.
Where: Shoreditch, White City, City, Marylebone, Neal’s Yard, homeslicepizza.co.uk
Takeaway and Delivery: Delivery via Supper London, Deliveroo and Uber Eats or Collection available from Shoreditch, White City and Marylebone – check opening times as these vary by location
Dog-friendly Pizza Restaurants in London – South
Best For: Plant-based pizza to keep up those Veganuary resolutions when it comes to pizza. Plus this instagrammable pink pizza parlour is probably the prettiest place in London where you can eat pizza with your pup.
Where: 324 King’s Road, SW3 5UR, humblepizza.co.uk
Takeaway and Delivery: Takeaway and via Deliveroo
Best for: Those who love pizza, cycling and pups. This cycling-themed restaurant in Putney has loads of space which is a bonus for the cyclists and the dogs dining with their humans. Dogs are served their own plate of treats so they won’t feel left out whilst you tuck into one of the delicious pizzas that all have cycling-themed names obviously. Vegan pizza options are available. Read our review of The Dynamo here.
Where: 200-204 Putney Bridge Road, Putney, SW15 2NA, the-dynamo.co.uk
Takeaway and Delivery: Takeaway and via Deliveroo
Best For: Sourdough pizza across South London. With seven restaurants south of the river, Mamma Dough prides themselves not only on their pizza but on the selection of speciality toppings to choose from. Make sure to save room for dessert and try the ‘Hazelnight’ calzone half-moon pizza with Nutella, topped with a mascarpone sauce.
Where: Brixton, Honor Oak Park, Peckham, Ladywell, Sydenham, South Norwood, Tooting Bec, mammadough.co.uk
Takeaway and Delivery: Takeaway and via Deliveroo
Mother London Pizza
Best For: Great pizza in a unique setting. Hailing originally from Copenhagen, Mother’s second home is now in London, tucked under Battersea Power Station’s railway arches. Mother London is known for its sourdough pizzas made with purified seawater instead of the usual salt and water. The restaurant can get quite busy on the weekend evenings, so probably best to visit at other times if your dog is dining with you.
Where: Battersea Power Station, 2 Arches Lane, SW11 8AB, motherrestaurant.co.uk
Takeaway and Delivery: Mother London is currently closed until restrictions are eased
Best For: Impromptu dog-friendly dining in a unique indoor/outdoor setting. Home to over 40 food vendors from around the world, one of which is the famous Fresco Neopolitan Pizza, Mercato Metropolitano is a must-visit on London’s dog-friendly dining to-do list. As featured in Amber the Basset Fauve’s Elephant and Castle Dog-friendly London Guide.
Where: 42 Newington Causeway, SE1 6DR, mercatometropolitano.com
Takeaway and Delivery: The restaurants at Mercato Metropolitano are currently closed until restrictions are eased
Flat Iron Square
Best For: Pick up some pizza from Baz & Fred at this dog-friendly street-food market in Southwark that also hosts great live music and events. Dogs are of course welcome, as featured in our Guide to the Best Dog-friendly Street-food Markets in London.
Where: 53b Southwark St, SE1 1RU, flatironsquare.co.uk
Takeaway and Delivery: The restaurants at Flat Iron Square are currently closed until restrictions are eased
Dog-friendly Pizza Restaurants in London – North
Best for: Beer and pizza are the perfect combinations at this Tottenham Tap House. And if you’re more of a pizza person than a beer person, each pizza on the menu comes with a suggested beer pairing so you can’t go wrong!
Where: 68 W Green Rd, N15 5NR, truecraftlondon.co.uk
Takeaway and Delivery: Takeaway or via Deliveroo – Wednesday to Saturday
Lost Boys Pizza
Best for: Look forward to a unique pizza experience like no other at this 80s vampire-themed pizza restaurant in Camden. Renowned for their Black Charcoal Pizza, there are plenty of vampiric vibes at this dog-friendly pizza spot. Vegan pizza options are available.
Where: 245 Eversholt St, NW1 1BA, lostboyspizza.com
Takeaway and Delivery: Lost Boys Pizza kits available for home delivery across the UK
Dog-friendly Pizza Restaurants in London – Central
40 Dean St
Best For: Cosy authentic Italian dining in Central London. There may only be a few pizzas on the menu at 40 Dean Street, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t pay this London favourite a visit. The team at 40 Dean Street loves dogs, but dining with your dog is probably best at non-peak times as this is a small restaurant.
Where: 40 Dean St, Soho, W1D 4PX, fortydeanstreet.com
Takeaway and Delivery: 40 Dean Street is currently closed until restrictions are eased
Best For: A unique dog-friendly dining experience in a beautiful London church. The second London location in the Mercato family doesn’t disappoint thanks to its stunning setting in the regenerated St Mark’s church. Mercato Mayfair is smaller than it’s sister location Mercato Metropolitano but also home to Fresco Neopolitan Pizza. Dogs are very welcome on a lead as featured in our Dog-friendly London Mercato Mayfair review.
Where: St. Mark’s Church, N Audley St, Mayfair, W1K 6ZA, mercatometropolitano.com/mmarketplace/mercato-mayfair
Takeaway and Delivery: The restaurants at Mercato Mayfair are currently closed until restrictions are eased
Dog-friendly Pizza Restaurants in London – East
Best for: East Londoners looking for delicious sourdough pizza accompanied by natural wine, as featured in the Standard’s Best Pizza in London 2020 list.
Where: Walthamstow, Clapton, Bethnal Green. When dining in is an option, reservations are advised due to the size of the restaurants, sodopizza.co.uk
Takeaway and Delivery: Takeaway and also via Deliveroo and Uber Eats
Best For: Craft beer, sourdough pizza, shuffleboard and cornhole board games await at this spacious dog-friendly motel inspired diner.
Where: 199 Cambridge Heath Rd, Bethnal Green, E2 0EL, fugitivemotel.bar
Takeaway and Delivery: Fugitive Motel is currently closed until restrictions are eased
Well Street Pizza
Best For: Hackney hounds. Since opening its doors in 2015, Well Street Pizza has become a Hackney favourite renowned for its traditional Neopolitan pizza (and love of dogs).
Where: 184 Well St, Hackney, E9 6QT, wellstreetpizza.com
Takeaway and Delivery: Takeaway or via Deliveroo
Mare Street Market
Best for: A unique market dining experience near London Fields that aside from serving up a delicious pizza, also has a record store, florist, deli and a decadent dining room on the premises. Dogs are very welcome.
Where: 117 Mare St, London Fields, E8 4RU, marestreetmarket.com
Takeaway and Delivery: Mare Street Market is currently closed until restrictions are eased
Radio Alice Pizzeria
Best For: Sourdough pizza in an old Victorian School handily located directly opposite Hoxton Square park so handy for post-pizza walkies. As featured in Rusty the Schnauzer’s Dog-friendly Shoreditch and Hoxton Guide.
Where: 16 Hoxton Square, Hoxton, N1 6NT
Takeaway and Delivery: Radio Alice is currently closed until restrictions are eased
Dog-friendly Pizza Restaurants in London – West
Best For: Grabbing a pizza after your dog-friendly Go Boat experience on Regent’s Canal, or if you just happen to be in the area. We had one of the best pizzas we have had in a long time at this industrial-chic pizza spot in Paddington so can highly recommend it.
Where: 5 N Wharf Rd, Paddington, W2 1LA, heistbank.com
Takeaway and Delivery: Heist Bank is currently closed until restrictions are eased
Best For: Princess Diana fans. Famous not only for its fabulous food but also because Princess Diana used to take William and Harry there for lunch. This family-run trattoria on Gloucester Road can be relied on to serve up delicious pizza (or pasta) and a warm welcome. Although you’ll have to get a table first, which may prove very tricky without a booking on the weekends. Best for small dogs due to the restaurant size and layout.
Where: 15 Gloucester Rd, South Kensington, SW7 4PP, damario.co.uk
Takeaway and Delivery: Da Mario is currently closed until restrictions are eased
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What are your recommendations for Dog-friendly Pizza places in London?
South London dogs seem to have the most choice when it comes to pup-friendly pizza restaurants, but we’d love to hear your top tips for your favourite dog-friendly pizza places wherever they are in London, so please leave a comment below or get in touch.
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