Brown Dog, SW13 0AP

Small, dog-friendly gastropub, located on a residential street in Barnes. Decor is fairly upmarket, with wooden floors and furniture. There's a small beer garden to the rear.

Kat visited on a Thursday evening in April 2016. At least four dogs were in attendance, including one in our party, who was made to feel very welcome by the bar staff. There's a water bowl by the bar (regularly topped up during the evening) and a couple of dog toys available to entertain your canine chum. The human clientele were mostly locals having dinner (half of the pub was laid out for table service) — it cleared out after half past 9.

You can order at the bar, but the staff were also taking food and drink orders at the non-laid-out tables. The food was great, though definitely priced at 'gastro' levels — a butternut squash pie was around £12. There were two ale handpulls available (a pint of Tribute was reasonably well kept) and also a cloudy Breton cider. A service charge was automatically added to our bill.

Accessibility: a low step to get in, then level throughout. Toilet cubicles are on the small side.

Last visited by Kat, April 2016. Opening hours taken from the Brown Dog website, April 2016.
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