Texas 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 Texas 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.
Dining - Making Sense of the Confusion
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With Your Dog - Policies and Etiquette
Restaurants with Doggie Menus and Extras
US and Canada Dog-Friendly Restaurant Guide
West Lake Hills
North Richland Hills
Midland - Odessa
South Padre Island
BlissWood Bed and Breakfast Ranch
Cat Spring, TX
18 houses, cabins, suites on 550 acres in the relaxing foothills
of Central Texas. Romance, anniversary, birthday packages, weddings.
Indigo Dallas Downtown
Located in downtown Dallas, the
pet-friendly Indigo Dallas Downtown. The Phi Bar and Restaurant has
breakfast and dinner. Quick access to all of downtown.
Near the Galleria
You and your dog can stay in the
glamour of uptown Houston. This suite hotel has lots of space for
you and your dog. In the center of it all. Dogs up to 85 pounds
Rummy's Beach Club
Rummy's Beach Club In Spring, Texas Offers PRIVATE Hourly Warm Water Swimming For
You & Your DOG - FUN!!
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