Dog friendly places to eat

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Truro's food scene is oh so dog friendly

At the end of a busy days holidaying with your pooch, what could be better than finding a cosy eatery together to kick back and relax.  Whether you’re looking for a roaring fireplace in a traditional pub with a pint of something cold or a great restaurant that extends a warm welcome to the hound too, Truro has a place just for you.  Explore our pubs, bistros, cafes and restaurants below to find something delicious. 

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Based in the historic Cornish city of Truro, On The Boards was established by a passionate, close-knit team with the goal of bringing competitive socialising, delicious food, incredible beer and cocktails to their hometown.
The Arts Café sits between the Royal Cornwall Museum and Truro Arts Company, and offers plenty of seating for your morning coffee, lunch meeting, or afternoon tea.
Fodders is perfect for a perfect lunch or snack when you’re in Truro.The extensive menu includes popular options such as baked potatoes, open sandwiches and a wide selection of salads. Changing daily specials include seasonal fish and meat dishes, plus a range of tempting desserts.
108 is a small, independent coffee house in central Truro, serving premium coffee which is ethically sourced and has full traceability.
Moving from the busy shipping container on Lemon Quay into a converted church in the heart of Truro, Hub Box boasts the original playful interior design covering two floors and an outdoor garden.