2020 United States and Canada
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.
We have thousands of pet-friendly restaurants listed. 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.
For some of the most dog-friendly restaurants, those that have doggy menus, give
out treats or water bowls and other extras, see
Dining - Making Sense of the Confusion
Dining with Dogs - How could it happen?
With Your Dog - Policies and Etiquette
Dog-Friendly Restaurants with Doggie
Menus and Extras
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or List Below or
Tips for Dogs at Outdoor Restaurants
- Make sure your pooch is well-behaved around
other people and especially children.
- Leash your four-legged friend and keep him or
her from socializing with other diners or employees, unless
- Try to keep your dog close to your table or
chair so he or she is not in the waiter's path. Dogs are not
allowed on the chairs or tables.
- Bring your own doggie bowl or ask the waiter
for a paper or plastic bowl or cup for water if necessary. Pets
are not permitted to eat or drink out of restaurant glasses or
dishes, unless they are disposable.
- Remember to tie your dog to your chair and not
a table. A dog tied to a table can result in spilled drinks or
food if he or she is strong enough to make the table move.
- Always call ahead or ask first to make sure an
establishment allow dogs at their outdoor tables.
Please check with the restaurant as
policies do change often.
Before you visit an establishment or place, please
contact them and verify that they are still dog-friendly and available, as policies
and management change frequently. All places listed on DogFriendly.com require
your dog to be leashed and under your direct control unless specified otherwise
by an establishments (including parks and beaches) management. Please be aware
of local Breed-Specific
Laws that may be in place where you are visiting. The information
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