Dog Friendly Cafes in Brisbane's South

Looking for the best dog-friendly cafes on Brisbane's southside? From the cottage cafe with dedicated pooch playground to the cafes where they serve puppycinos, here's where you'll find them:

Annerley adds another notch to its foodie belt with hidden gem Snag and Brown Café, a foodie destination that is also child and dog friendly
Little Black Pug is a cute, all day brunch café with a top-notch menu for foodies and their four-legged friends
Hard to go past the Breakfast Gnocchi with capsicum pesto, spinach, Swiss mushrooms, semi dried tomatoes & poached eggs or Vanilla Bean French Toast with chilli maple bacon
This speck of a cafe lies in a bit of a no-man’s land outside of the Gabba antique quarter
Bruno’s Bne café is the brainchild of Brazilian barista Bruno Silva Franca, taking up residence in an old corner store in Tarragindi
Todd & Pup, a sibling for Fairfield favourite Slinky Espresso, has opened in Moorooka - serving the same top-notch coffee and cafe fare.
Black Lab Coffee, nestled in a little shopping centre off the Pacific Motorway in Tarragindi, is the hot new go to for locals and commuters alike; serving well-brewed Di Bella coffee.
The Coffee Nook is a bolthole café found in industrial Mansfield, serving well-brewed Vivo coffee and donuts
Every neighbourhood needs That Little Place - where locals go to enjoy excellent coffee, simple breakfast fare and scrumptious sweet treats.
Esher St Café & Deli is a charming weatherboard oasis of fine food and unique wares tucked away in a tiny blink-and-you-miss it Tarragindi shopping strip.
Kith 'n' Chow is a groovy, garden oasis café found tucked away in the backstreets of Mt Gravatt alongside Best Florist and Espresso Bar.
Tuckshop Time is a cute bolthole café in Woolloongabba, taking its inspiration from the old school canteen
Black Milk Coffee is a hidden gem of a child and dog friendly cafe, with a creative industrial vibe and a Mexican influenced menu

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