Is high concept bourgeois bling more your thing? Made up of a series of artist spaces, sketch is so more than a mere restaurant. Design is at the forefront of this social experiment. The fact that they allow disciplined dogs inside is a testament to how far we have come in mingling dog culture and high end hospitality. sketch welcomes small, well-behaved dogs in The Parlour between 7am and 4pm. If you’re seeking completely unique and dog-friendly in Mayfair for brunch or afternoon tea, then sketch is right up your alley.
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From the exterior, sketch looks like a posh Mayfair townhouse. Inside it’s a gastronomic playground with four unique dining areas. Set in a vividly designed 18th century building on Conduit Street, the culinary fare on offer goes way beyond traditional brunch offerings like french toast and bacon. Conceived by three-Michelin starred chef Pierre Gagnaire, expect everything from deep fried eggs and sketchup to posh porridge served up in one of the most Instagrammable hotspots in London. A pup parent’s foodie dream come true! Dogs will receive a very warm welcome from the pup-loving staff who will be more than happy to provide bowls of fresh water.
This art-installation-cum-social-club has hosted more than their fair share of celebrity dogs. We’d most likely like bumping into Tom Hardy and his fur brood. David Shrigley is the latest artist to have transformed The Gallery, following Martin Creed’s commision in 2012. The installation was conceived by Turner Prize-nominated David Shrigley and is a palatial pink paradise filled with 239 of his tell tale, farcical drawings.