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 covered the city’s best dog friendly coffee spots. But don’t worry, we’ll help you past noon. Everyone knows that there is no better nor more loyal companion than our fur friends. So, why leave them at home while out on the town?
Take your dog to one of these pet-approved spots while out on the town. Amsterdam (and visitors) you are in luck, we did the exploring for you.
Let’s kick things off with some Italian. A love for dogs is at the heart of this charming restaurant situated in the Jordaan as it’s owner loves dogs (she has an adorable pomeranian). The restaurant serves authentic Italian dishes, and their pasta’s are served in small pans. This restaurant is perfect for a cozy date night, or a fun night with friends. Small tip: you can order the pasta’s either ‘solo’ or ‘famiglia’, perfect for when out with a group.
This picturesque spot is a boutique hotel with a fun cocktail bar and cozy restaurant in it. The restaurant has plenty of outdoor seating as it has a patio and a terrace out front. The staff is always quick to bring out a golden water bowl (yes literally) for your pupper once you walk in. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner but you can also walk in for some delicious snacks. It is no stranger to us for Furmey meetings as our fur friends are always so welcomed.
This large and maybe a bit more unusual looking restaurant is situated in an old machine pump building. Dogs are not merely welcomed, the staff is truly happy to see your four-legged friend and will most probably greet them with great enthusiasm. This restaurant is perfect for larger groups as The room is spacious but atmospheric. The restaurant is open from early till late and has a solid menu with dishes such as escargots and steak frites.
At Furmey, we sure love the Hoxton. Worldwide, the Hoxton hotels are known to be dog friendly. As for Lotti’s, when accompanied by your dog, you can take a seat at their lounge area which serves all the same dishes as the restaurant’s table area. The restaurant has a laid back sphere and is great for lunch and dinner. Great after a walk through the canals as its situated on the Herengracht.
Another adorable spot in the Jordaan, open during the week for an late afternoon drink and dinner and during weekends for lunch and dinner. ‘Parlotte’ means chitchat in French which the restaurant lends itself to as it has not only a great food menu but also great wines. The menu consists of daily fresh and seasonal products, but if it is on there we recommend their little plate with vongole.
Know more dog-friendly coffee spots? Please let us know via email@example.com if there is any spots missing! We are always up for discovering new places.