You’re Invited to a Charity Pooch Party in London!

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Canine customers at GOAT in Chelsea

GOAT, one of London’s favourite dog friendly restaurants, will be hosting their annual pooch party for the city’s coolest canines, to raise money for the incredible re-homing centre, Dogs Trust.

Set to take place at GOAT’s pet friendly Chelsea restaurant on Wednesday 17th May from 6.30pm, there will be plenty of canine capers to be had for both humans and hounds.

Bring along your four legged friend to enjoy doggy treats from Lily’s kitchen, a complimentary cocktail (for you) on arrival and prizes from the lucky dip. You’ll also have the chance to enter your fluff ball into the ‘Top Dog’ competition, with the winner scooping a sumptuous three course dinner for two at GOAT! 

goat dog friendly restaurant in chelsea


GOAT is a modern dog friendly restaurant in London that combines contemporary Italian dining with a large DJ bar and a hidden 20’s inspired speakeasy, aptly named the Chelsea Prayer Room. With organic Lily’s Kitchen liver treats on the menu, GOAT is the perfect place to stop for a spot for dinner or lunch or dinner with your pooch in tow.

Set in the middle of trendy Chelsea, well behaved dogs are welcomed inside and for those wanting to sun themselves in the warmer months, there’s also a large dog friendly terrace to enjoy.

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Ticket are £20 in advance with 50% of the proceeds going directly to the charity. The Dog Party at GOAT is on Wednesday 17th May from 6.30-8.30pm. GOAT, 333 Fulham Road, Chelsea, London, SW10 9QL. Visit

Sara is the Founder & Editor of StyleTails. A writer, design-lover and long-time animal-hugger, Sara launched StyleTails in 2012 to inspire people live a more beautiful life with their four-legged friends. Along with her canine sidekick George, a rescue Yorkie with a big attitude, Sara regularly commentates on luxury pet product and lifestyle trends and has been featured in Elle Decoration, BBC Radio, and is also an expert contributor to WGSN, the leading design trend forecaster.

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