New Jersey Dog-Friendly Restaurant Guide
There are now many choices for dining at
restaurants with your dog. From quick sandwich places to the fanciest sit-down restaurants, you can find a dog-friendly restaurant near you or on your travels.
These cities in New Jersey have dog-friendly dining. Please check with them as outdoor seating is sometimes seasonal and dependent on weather and policies do change. Due to United States health code laws,
with few exceptions, dogs are allowed on patios and outside areas only in the U.S.
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US and Canada Dog-Friendly Restaurant Guide
Sea Isle City
Newark - NYC Area
Newark - NYC Suburbs
North Long Branch
Cape May, NJ
A little bit of country in Cape May. Come on in ... and bring your dogs, too! 1 & 2 Bedroom Suites with a private porch.
Season - 690-522-0901 -
Off season 609-522-4740
In the Heart of Wildwood 1 1/2 blocks to the beach.
Swimming pool; sleeps from 2 to 10. Be sure to bring your doggie
along with you.
at Lake Joseph
Lakeside Mountain Retreat with private whirlpools, fireplaces and sundecks and a
variety of summer and winter recreational facilities.
Stockton Seaview Hotel and Golf Club
Awake relaxed and rejuvenated.
This resort near Atlantic City has served as a retreat for presidents, celebrities and even Princess Grace
The perfect setting for the family
member who brings you the most love. Trails and very easy access to the tow
path and New Hope, PA.
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