You don't have to live along the beach to find a place to grab a coffee and bite to eat while you're walking your pooch. Adelaide suburbs have loads of dog friendly places to share a latte with your four legged friend.
Caffecta on Tynte Street in Adelaide - The reviewer has this to say:
"A butcher, a baker and a coffee maker all on the one corner of Tynte St in North Adelaide. As I wiped the sleep from my eyes on an early Wednesday morning I questioned why I don't live here.
One of those "hidden gems" that North Adelaide Mothers Meetings have been keeping a secret for a while now and I can see why.
The service is superb to the point that most people who walk in are greeted by their first name. Coffees are smooth, strong and soy-milk is perfectly creamy. So incredibly surprised that my fussy coffee palette was incredibly satisfied here!"
You will find many other great reviews and favourite dish suggestions in this list. From Port Adelaide to Seacliffe, Royston Park and Glenside, you will find a lovely little cafe or restaurant to sit back, enjoy life and grab a little treat for your best buddy as well.
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Save the Children op shop at Glenside will be holding a three day clearance sale in October with plenty of interesting items for sale including vintage and retro clothing, furniture, homewares, pottery, books, plants, electrical, clothes, books, bric-a-brac, toys, games, vinyl, tools and collectable
Hi we own a small cafe called 'Stir' at Largs North and we love dogs we have a safe secluded garden, plentiful supply of fresh water and we make our own dog treats - which every visiting four legged friend gets to try!!!! For our two legged visitors we have a full breakfast and lunch menu , Barossa Roasted coffee and a cabinet of home made cakes!!