DUG Category: Edinburgh Cafes
38 Home Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9LZ
The Cameo Cinema Bar provides a range of drinks and snacks in a film loving environment in the heart of Tollcross.
We stock a range of local bottled beers from Williams Brothers and Innis and Gunn, cider from Thistly Cross, and bottled beers and wines from around the world. Our delicious snacks include fresh and tasty dips made by the team, served with hot pitta bread or corn tortilla chips, amazing soups from Union of Genius and the ever popular Strombolis from Breadwinner bakery.
Unfortunately we cannot allow dogs in to the auditoriums but
1 Summerhall, Edinburgh, EH9 1PL
Arts centre where you and your dog can visit the galleries, cafe and bar.
We are Scotland’s major art hub – continually having 10 exhibitions all free and sometimes more. We put on many many events every year. We have an in-house brewery. We also have a pub and restaurant called the Royal Dick. We continually have 6 dogs on site including the owner’s, my own and tenants’s dogs. The entire building is dog friendly so long as they are well behaved and on a lead. In fact we encourage you to bring your dog
185 Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh EH10 4DG. Tel: 0131 656 0763
Traditional German bakery/cafe. Both bakeries (Gullane & Bruntsfield) are dog friendly. Closed on Monday & Tuesday.
It’s a big privilege to be able to take your dog in here so just a couple of things to bear in mind if you visit. As the shops are quite small they can probably only accomodate a couple of dogs at a time so if you see a dog or two already in there go for a little walk and come back later. Please make sure you always keep your dog under close