The Lobster Pot, Blackness. Stunning new pub in this secluded village on the shores of the Forth near Linlithgow. Really imaginative sea-themed interior created by the owner, a former trawler man. Attractive outside seating area too. Great food!
Dog-friendly cafe on the Main Street near the middle of the village. Good food and great coffees!
If weather is good and you fancy a secluded spot, come through the side entrance to the garden behind the Burgh Halls. Dogs outside only, but a great place to exercise your pooch while you sup. Soup a bit salty but good chips
Lovely spot by the canal with dog-friendly indoor and outdoor seating. Sit outside and watch the boats, take a dog friendly boat trip or browse in the museum. Summer opening. Basic teas and coffees only
Handy little cafe right in the heart of the old village very near the harbour. Dogs welcome inside. Good for tea and cake
Harry Ramsden’s at the Three Bridges, South Queensferry. This place takes dogs inside in the end room – pictured. Also a lovely large terrace outside with stunning view of the three bridges. Car park an added bonus on busy days.
Right in the town centre on the Main Street. Sunny terrace where you can sit on a summer evening before or after walking by the loch. Dogs welcome inside too if there are no seats outdoors. Menu with a wide appeal.
Orocco Pier has a lovely sheltered patio out the back with a stunning view of the Forth rail bridge. Small covered seating area. If you have pooch(es) small enough, you are allowed to carry them through the restaurant!