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A Yorkshire terrier sits in front of a dessert in a cafe. Some cafes in Jakarta will happily welcome both humans and canines. (Shutterstock/File)
What's more fun than enjoying brunch on a Sunday morning? Walking and playing with your pets, of course.
In some places in Jakarta, you can do both. Below are a list of dog-friendly places where diners can experience fun times with their four-legged friend.
Above all else, Caswell’s is praised by a lot of people because it provides a huge lawn where you can unleash your dogs and let them play on a green field. Better yet, you can do just that while enjoying Caswell's great coffee choices, from their single origin coffees to blends and roasts.
Living in Serpong or find yourself strolling around the area with your dogs on a Sunday morning? Then Turning Point is a must. Minimalist and cozy, this coffee shop is a comfortable place for both you and your dogs. It also carries beans and house blends from local micro-roasters and cafes, such as Morph, Common Grounds and Tanamera.
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Por Que No is not only known for its great selection of tapas and cocktails, it also has that welcoming ambiance with a friendly colorful vibe that apparently also applies to dogs. The joint welcomes everyone with dogs looking to chill every Sunday.
Once you visit HaloNiko! in Pasar Minggu you can easily guess that this cafe is dog-friendly judging by the image of the dog owned by joint's owner. Also, don't ignore the fact that HaloNiko! serves a good selection of Greek dishes, so you can enjoy your favorite Greek meatballs and chicken gyros with perfect seasoning.
For those who live around Kemang or in South Jakarta, paying a visit to Antipodean on a Sunday morning might be a routine. With various brunch options to enjoy (the All-Day Breakfast with perfect scrambled eggs is a must-try), this isn't the only reason why people love to visit. The dog-friendly environment makes it easier for people and their canines to make friends with others. (kes)
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