4 places in Lima where you can take your pet


Does it make you sad to leave your pet at home when you go out to eat, walk or go have fun? There’s no need to feel sad in Lima when you have businesses like these that allow you to enter with your pets. The key is to respect these spaces and to make sure your pet doesn’t disturb anyone. Here is a list of four pet-friendly places:

Librería Sur
_Av. Pardo y Aliaga 683, San Isidro_

Books and pets are very compatible, and Librería Sur knows this. For such a reason they allow pets to run around 160 meters of shelves filled with endless novels. There are no restrictions or limitations, they only recommend that you take precautions; for example, use a leash if you know that your dog is restless.


_(Photo: El Comercio)_

La Bodega Verde
_Jr. Sucre 335A, Barranco_

Eating a healthy breakfast, drinking a cup of coffee in the afternoon or enjoying dessert with your pet is now possible at La Bodega Verde. This peaceful place allows dogs and cats to enter in their Jr. Sucre location in Barranco. There’s no need to bring a muzzle or leash for your pet unless they are a little aggressive.


_La Bodega Verde(Photo: El Comercio)_

Rancho Aventura Park
_Av. Nueva Toledo 201, Cieneguilla_

This recreation center allows your dog to enter as long as it’s small (i.e. doesn’t doesn’t exceed the height of your knees). The only restricted section for your pet is the dining area. _Please note: the park is currently closed till January, and open weekends only._


Rancho Aventura Park (Photo: El Comercio)

Las Vecinas Eco Bar
_Jr. Domeyer 219, Barranco_

This cute restaurant, which invites you to eat organic and sustainable products, has a special place reserved for those who come with their pets. It has a loft strategically located away from the kitchen. You can go for breakfast or lunch with your beautiful, spoiled pet.


Las Vecinas Eco Bar (Photo: El Comercio)Don’t leave your pet at home when you go out to eat or for a stroll. In Lima there are at least four pet-friendly places.



Natasha Clay

Natasha grew up in a suburb of Chicago and moved to Peru two years ago and studied Bilingual Administrative Assistance and General Management at the British Academy. In her spare time she loves to be with family and her maltese, Maya.