A DOG walk in Worcester is always nice - and it is good to know where will welcome your pooch if you fancy a bite to eat or drink.

If you don't like to leave your furry friend behind when you head out for your weekend lunch or coffee break, numerous cafes in Worcester will welcome you and your pup.

Here are ten dog-friendly cafes in Worcester to bring your pet along to this weekend.

Boston Tea Party

Situated on Broad Street in Worcester's city centre, Boston Tea Party is a dog-friendly cafe and restaurant. 

A google review said: "Excellent food and coffee, always friendly and welcoming and dog friendly too.

"Our first choice of somewhere to sit and eat in Worcester."

Papa's Cafe 

Papa's Cafe is situated on New Street, in the heart of Worcester. 

The cafe offers both indoor and outdoor seating, perfect for the warm weekend coming up. 

A google reviewer said: "It's nice to find somewhere that our dog could join us with lovely food at a great price."

Coffee #1

Coffee #1 is also in the centre of the city on Pump Street, not far from the Cathedral. 

A google review of the cafe says: "Nice coffee, friendly staff and dogs are allowed inside which is a good thing."

Wayland's Yard

This dog-friendly spot can be found on Foregate Street, only a few doors down from the train station. 

A google review said: "Terrific place especially if you have a dog.

"I find some places that are dog friendly just tolerate them while here they truly love dogs and will cook your dog a sausage if you ask."


Good Roots

Described by one reviewer as a "hidden gem", Good Roots can be found a stone's throw from Worcester Cathedral on Severn Street.

A google review said: "I enjoyed brunch so much I went twice in a week.

"It's dog friendly, really appreciate being able to help yourself to tap water.

"Food is well presented and tasty."


Cafe Afloat 

Cafe Afloat is a cafe based in a narrowboat on the Diglis Marina.

The cafe has chairs and tables set up next to the boat or you can take your food and drinks away for a walk by the river. 


A google reviewer said: "Tasty takeaway food and coffee from a barge.

"Lovely surroundings, dog-friendly - what more could you as for?"