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Furmey Spots: Amsterdam’s best dog friendly coffee spots

We proudly present; Furmey Spots. In our newest column we map out the best spots around the globe to visit with your fur child and useful tips. Furmey got you covered.

We are no coffee connoisseurs, and we do not claim to be so whatsoever. However, we do know that there is nothing better than a hot cup of coffee in the morning. And even better; one with your best friend.

And, if you’re anything like us, your dog is not merely your ‘pet’. It’s our best friend, a true member of our little family. Therefore, we think it is not a surprise that many of our favourite hot spots caught on to this. Spots that do not simply ‘allow’ dogs but truly welcome them.

This guide will round up the best places to visit with your furry child. These spots do not only serve a nice cup of coffee (tea, matcha ,etc.), many have water bowls and even treats for your four-legged friend. And, while we are at it we’ll include some of the best spots for mouth-watering banana bread. You can thank us later.

Coffee district 

We’ll just start by saying that this spot serves the absolute best banana bread we have ever tasted. Yes, you heard that right! Apart from the banana bread all of their pastries are delicious. They have not only a fresh water bowl but also treats for your pet to munch on. Currently, they have two locations out of which the location on the Hendrik Jacobsztraat has options to seat inside while the newest location offers outside bench seating (perfect for people/pet watching). I must say, our favourite is the one on the Willemsparkweg as it is neighbouring the Vondelpark. They open at 7:30, perfect for an early bird walk in the park.

Coffee concepts

Does it sound familiar? Loved by many of our Furmey Friends (and often mentioned in our interviews). A PR agency that serves delicious coffee, and great sandwiches. They offer inside seating but many people gather outside (with their dogs) as it is a stone’s throw away from the Vondelpark.  

Rainbowls

Ok, so this is an article covering ‘coffee spots’ which Rainbowls does serve (and great matcha). However, it would be an absolute crime not to mention their delicious bowls! Our personal favourites are their purple and green bowl. Take a seat in or outside, and if you are lucky you may be greeted by Moos, their adorable French Bulldog. A must-visit in the Pijp.

Un.common

Next to delicious coffee, they serve all kinds of pastries and delicious toasties made with bread from Le Vain et Le Vin (another favourite of ours) and hearty bowls. And, as promised, we mentioned that we would highlight some of the best banana breads of Amsterdam. This banana bread is definitely uncommon.

Scandinavian Embassy

Another great spot in the Pijp, with the Sarphati park on its doorstep. The thing that initially drew us to this place was their cinnamon bun, and boy they did not disappoint. Another fun aspect is if you have any ambition to become a true barista you can follow a barista course or take part in a coffee tasting. Or, simply go by for a delicious cup and a cinnamon bun.

Joe & the Juice

We are sure you are familiar with this one. And if not, here you go! At Joe’s your friend, is Joe’s friend! We sure are fans of Joe’s as they serve great coffee and of course; juices. They have spots all around town ranging from the Pijp, to South and the city centre. Small tip from us; try their spicy tuna sandwich.

Back To Black 

Back to Black has it’s own coffee roastery and bakery in Amsterdam meaning that every coffee and piece of cake you order is a creation of their own! They have two locations where you can go; The van Hallstraat in West where you can sit inside or on their outside terrace and the Weteringstraat in the city centre. Their apple pie is a must try! Plus; they have treats for your furry friend!

Know more dog-friendly coffee spots? Please let us know via press@furmey.world if there is any spots missing! We are always up for discovering new places.

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Team Furmey