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Dogs at The Crane Tap

About

Introducing Twickenham's new destination for paw friendly dining. The Crane Tap is now the proud host of Floof Fest, our monthly event where we bring the locality's dog lovers together with canine experts for an afternoon of wholesome fun!

On the 10th of July you can celebrate your pooch Wimbledon-style. Gather friends, family and your furry companions and make your way to The Crane Tap between 11am and 4pm to spoil your pooch with fun activities and treats. Besides delicious strawberry and cream goodies and a paradise of tennis balls, you and your dog will be able to get a five-minute bespoke dog training session from Rachel Nicholas, The Richmond Dog Trainer.
Tuck into our brunch, a la carte or Sunday Roast menu and make sure to grab some refreshments from the Wimbledon Brewery, who will be joining us on our sun filled terrace to serve their finest ales and IPA's on the day.

With Brunch available until 2.30 pm and Sunday roast available all day, we've got everyone covered. Tuck into our epic Pecan Waffles with mascarpone cream, try our signature Firecracker Scrambles Eggs with Chorizo, or treat yourself to our mouth-watering Sunday roast with a perfectly roasted sirloin or beef accompanied by local and seasonal vegetables and Yorkshire puddings.

The perfect way to spend a Sunday by the river crane is with the team at The Crane Tap.

Book now to ensure your spot, we can't wait to welcome you.

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Map & Directions

Wimbledog - Grand Slam Little Champs

Type:Animal Event

Unit A, Wharf House, 2 Brewery Lane, The Crane Tap, Twickenham, London, TW1 1AX

Tel: 020 3327 7778

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