Walkies with prosecco at Megan’s

Dog with unicorn headband and a bottle of Prosecco - at Megan's

Megan’s, the upbeat and extremely dog-friendly London chain known for its bottomless prosecco brunches, is planning almost to double in size by the end of next year, with chairman Rod McKie saying this week the number of branches will grow from 13 to 22.

Having started out as a King’s Road Chelsea antiques shop that offered home-made pastries to customers almost 20 years ago, Megan’s has in recent years become a familiar presence across southwest London high streets – and as far away as St Albans – opening early for breakfast and serving Med-style menus by Turkish head chef Sercan Ugurlu until late at night.

Megan’s has already opened branches this year in Chiswick, Wandsworth Old Town and Clapham, with Dulwich Village, Richmond and Marlow slated to launch by Christmas. A second Chelsea venue, opposite Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, follows next year, along with the conversion of a former Laura Ashley shop in Weybridge.

The chain is well placed to exploit the lockdown puppy boom, with branches offering dog beds, bowls and treats to man’s best friend – there’s also a doggy menu in development. The Islington branch even hosts an annual four-legged festival called – no, not Bonestock but Barkstival.

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