Tuckshop by Social Club

This Western coffee shop and co-working space is located on a busy sidewalk in Sai Ying Pun, making it the perfect place for passers-by and their furry friends to grab a bite after a long walk. Stroll through Tuckshop’s glass-panelled doors to enter their spacious lounge, the interiors striking a perfect balance between industrial-inspired modernity and homely comfort. Build your own all-day breakfast with eggs (or scrambled tofu) and classic sides or go for a Japanese seasonal rice or quinoa bowl topped with sous vide chicken and grilled eel. Those in need of their daily caffeine fix can enjoy a coconut espresso or Hong Kong lemon tea-inspired strong brew, all with their furry companion by their side.

Shop 4, 7, 158A Connaught Rd W, Sai Ying Pun; facebook.com/tuckshopbysocialclub

Lazy Creatures


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Lazy Creatures’ storefront slogan Eat. Drink. Do Nothing. aptly summarises how we would love to spend the scorching Hong Kong summer. Nestled in the urban surroundings of Kowloon City, the coffee shop welcomes one and all, creatures included, with its terrace seating cushioned for your pet’s comfort. Savour a selection of baked goods from the ever-evolving menu – mini sausage rolls, muffins and Aussie mincemeat pies included- and for the main cours, enjoy Japanese style napolitan omelet spaghetti or a corned beef and egg bagel, in true cha chaan teng style. The choices on the coffee menu, from fruity cold brews to affogatos, are endless. End on a sweet note with the Basque burnt cheesecake or the Meringue Lemon Tart.

Shop J, G/F, Katherine Building, 379 Prince Edward Road West; facebook.com/lazycreatures.hk

Sip Song


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Make the most of the summer months by feasting on Thai street-food inspired dishes while enjoying the southside views of Repulse Bay! Immerse yourself in a full holiday experience at this casual eatery and bar. It’s reminiscent of a beach bar, with its dockside venue, vibrantly coloured walls, floral accents and communal tables. Check out the ‘Don’t Tell Mom’ Roti Pancake combining BBQ pork neck with chili jam, the Tom Yum cocktail and the Thai Son-in-Law Scotch Egg. Your pet will also be spoilt for choice with peanut butter biscuits and a selection of Norwegian salmon, vegetable and chicken rice bowls from the Doggy Chow menu.

The Pulse, 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong; sip-song.com

The Murray


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If you’re thinking of spending the day with your pet in sophistication and style, look no further than The Murray. The urban landmark is a getaway from the Central bustle, and ideal for after-work happy hours. Choose between three pet-welcoming venues: the Cotton Tree Terrace Bar boasts the hotel’s Instagram-worthy white arches and serves scrumptious bar bites. Treat your pup to the chicken breast with quinoa, ice creams and ‘lollipups’-Swedish all-natural dried ox muscle- all on the special dog menu. Indulge in an artisanal cream tea and seafood semi-buffet at the classy Garden Lounge, and spoil yourself at any time of day with The Tai Pan’s international breakfast, brunch and dinner.

22 Cotton Tree Drive; niccolohotels.com

Hooman by the Sea


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HOOMAN Group’s American-style hotdog cafe is the ultimate destination for an animal lovers’ rendezvous this summer. Its vibrant Art Park location attracts visitors and their furry friends for an afternoon of picnic dining on the promenade accompanied by the gorgeous Victoria Harbour sunset, or an indoor retreat from the heat. Hooman by the Sea specialises in its famous dog-breed inspired hotdogs- try the West Kowloon branch exclusive ‘Corgi’ packed with bacon bits and drizzled with salted egg yolk sauce, or build your own. Quench your thirst with a signature blue lemonade, and satisfy your sweet tooth with churros and ice cream. 

Shop GF-07, G/F, Art Park, West Kowloon Cultural District, Tsim Sha Tsui; thehoomangroup.com

Pawradise HK


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With an area of nearly 3000 square feet, the photo studio and pet-centric cafe is the ideal destination for pet owners to kick back where critters are free to roam. The brainchild of photographer JS Production PET and HK Doggie Kitchen offers pet photoshoot bundles, making the most of the balcony area and themed photo zones boasting swinging chairs and a ball pit. With a pets-first philosophy, Pawradise sports a vast array of dogwear, accessories and food- order from the selection of cakes made for dogs and cats as a birthday treat! It might sound as if your pets are getting all the attention here, but don’t fret- while your dog feasts on chicken and pumpkin jellies, enjoy human drinks and bites included with your entry ticket. Remember to make a reservation before you come!

4/F, Chi Ko Industrial Building, 17 Cheung Lee Street, Chai Wan; pawradisehk.com

Feather & Bone

Head to the Mid-Levels branch of the all-in-one steakhouse, butcher’s and deli for a nostalgic dining experience! Inspired by the warmth and familiarity of 20th-century neighbourhood grocers and butchers, Feather & Bone serves comfort food enhanced by the homely yet upbeat ambience. The Mid-Levels Terrace rooftop garden is ideal for your pets to sprawl out on, and there are couches and communal tables under a sky of fairy lights. Start your morning with a hearty Butcher’s Breakfast for two, with free-range Australian scrambled eggs and all the sides. At the Butcher’s Counter, pick your cut of meat with expert guidance and have it cooked to your preference. The 25-year proprietor and first-rate meat connoisseur Jose Gordon’s unrivalled ox burger patty is a must-try!

G/F & 1/F, 38 Shelley Street, Mid-Levels; featherandbone.com.hk



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Newly opened in June 2021, Coffeelin’s latest branch is about to take Happy Valley by storm. Designed by JJ Acuna / Bespoke Studio, the coffee-to-cocktail haven brings the best of Milanese culture to Hong Kong, through reflective design elements encompassing vintage and modern times. Adorning the walls are Memphis graphics as a tribute to the 1980s design movement, and creating a cozy yet chic ambience are glamorous palazzo-inspired marble flooring and nostalgic Milanese signages. Coffeelin is the only destination in Asia serving the renowned Italian GRISO coffee beans. The signature Affogato, an amalgamation of rum, biscotti gelato and rich coffee is essential; pair it with a home-made panini or treat yourself to the extensive cocktail and wine selection. The al fresco seating is dog-friendly; come with your pet to indulge in the joys of a warm summer evening in true Milanese style!

8 Cheong Ming Street, Happy Valley; www.coffeelin.net