East London’s Dog Friendly Market – Fyfy & Toffy’s guide
Find out why our favourite dog influencers love visiting the Market and where you'll find them hanging out.
It’s no big secret that this stylish independent fashion store at Lamb Street is as dog friendly as can be, with owner Debra regularly bringing her whippet Bob into work with her. The vintage sofa is a perfect spot for your four-legged friend to nap, leaving you to explore and try on their brilliant menswear and womenswear collections.
Did you think big fashion names don’t allow pets through the doors? You thought wrong. & Other Stories are big pet lovers and they proudly say that by putting one a “dog-friendly” sticker into their window. Not that we needed another reason to shop there!
Toffy an Woody at Lamb Street in front of Mercantile.
All of the market traders are dog-friendly, of course! They will play with your dog while you browse and shop. Some will even let your dog try their stylish sunglasses and hats, trust me. Toffy tested!
Craving some seafood but don’t want to leave Rover home alone? Lucky you! Wright Brothers’ terrace in the Market is not only beautiful but it is dog-friendly. A real hidden gem, dog lovers.
If you plan another of your weekend street food trips to the Market you don’t have to leave your dog home! The Kitchens – the best selection of street food in East London – have the perfect seating area where you can enjoy your delicious lunch and your dog can sit with you. You will meet a lot of dog friends here every day.
Also dog friendly…
There are many other businesses in the Market that are happy to see dogs in their shops:
Duck and Dry in case you need a hair cut, Flying Tiger when you go shopping for home essentials (just please keep Rover on lead), SOMA House when you go to a yoga class, Harry’s of London when shopping shoes or Rag & Bone when shopping latest fashion, MAC and Deciem when you are after some make up, Jo Malone or Bailey Nelson. The Butchery may not allow dogs in but they sell natural dog treats.