Top 10 Dog Friendly Restaurants Worldwide
Don't leave Fido in the hotel room when it's time for dinner. A dog's gotta eat too! And no matter where you're headed, we can point you towards a great sidewalk cafe, brew pub, coffee shop, or other eatery that will welcome Fido to join you at an outdoor table. Bone appetit!

O.H.S.O. Eatery + NanoBrewery

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Outrageous Homebrewer’s Social Outpost (OHSO) serves 30 handcrafted brews and a diverse menu featuring burgers, tacos, spicy pork sandwiches, and surf and turf. The back patio with views of the canal welcomes dogs.

The Patio on Lamont Street

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The Patio on Lamont Street offers up inspired California cuisine that caters to foodies and the canines they love. Upon arrival, Fido will receive a gourmet house-made dog biscuit and a fresh bowl of water. The open-air patio attracts lots of pooches, so reservations are recommended.

Forge in the Forest

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Forge in the Forest specializes in gourmet bistro style dishes such as San Francisco style fondue, chicken satay lollipops, curry chicken paninis, margherita pizza, fettuccine Alfredo, and skirt steak, while offering dog-friendly outdoor seating with a menu for dogs, ranging from kibble to chicken and steak.

The Dog Bar

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The Dog Bar in Charlotte, NC is THE place to bring Fido in the Queen City. Located in the NoDa Arts District, the bar serves beer, wine, and liquor, and allows dogs of all shapes and sizes both indoors and out. All dogs are welcome, as long as they are well-behaved and are up to date on vaccinations. There is a membership fee of $10 per dog, which can be picked up on first visit. Just be sure to bring Fido's vaccination records.

Norm's Eatery & Ale House

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To the uninitiated, the name may bring to mind a portly TV barfly, but this Fremont spot is actually named after a dog, which is obvious enough upon entry -- Norm and his canine pals adorn much of the wall space. Featuring a nightly food special dubbed the "Doggie Bowl," the theme is decidedly dogcentric and very laid back. Menu features country fried steak and eggs, smoked salmon Benedict, pepper burgers, chicken marsala, creole blackened shrimp and grits, and ale house meatloaf. Opens at 11am Monday to Friday (9am on weekends).

Sail Pavilion on the Riverwalk

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Sail Pavilion is an open-air, dog-friendly waterfront retreat along the Tampa Riverwalk with 360-degree views, a full bar, and a menu of salads, sandwiches, and light appetizers. Guests can arrive by car or boat through Seddon Channel and use public docking in front of the restaurant. Equipped with stainless-steel dog water dishes, clean up station, free doggy treats, and a dog menu with yummy smoothies.

Tin Shed Garden Cafe

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This casual, neighborhood contemporary cafe serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily with a dog-friendly outdoor seating area that also offers a special doggie menu. Menu includes soup, salads, sandwiches, burgers, Captain's meatloaf, mac-o-the-day, and dark chocolate olive oil cake for dessert. Open daily at 7am.

Coconuts Bahamas Grill

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Located on the Intercoastal, Coconuts serves fresh seafood and global wines in a casual waterfront setting with dog-friendly outdoor seating. Menu includes grilled jerk wings, crab cake salad, local fish of the day, jambalaya, lobster rolls, and mahi sandwiches.

FUEL Charleston

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FUEL Cantina is a dog-friendly restaurant in downtown Charleston, housed in a repurposed gas station, FUEL serves up classic pub grub with a Caribbean twist. Popular menu items include jerk chicken salad, chorizo burger with sweet potato fries, and grilled shrimp or mahi-mahi tacos. Wash it all down with a $2 FUEL beer. Open daily from 11am-11pm.

Red's Porch

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Red's Porch serves up tasty Southern and Mexican fare in a spacious, casual location with covered outdoor seating that is dog friendly. Choose delicious dishes such as wings, Frito pie, sausage and chicken gumbo, smoked brisket tacos, chicken fried chicken sandwiches, black and blue burgers, and voodoo pork chops. Opens at 11am Monday thru Saturday and 10am on Sunday.