Dog Friendly American Restaurants in New Orleans, LA

There are 59 pet friendly American restaurants in New Orleans that welcome dogs at their outdoor tables. Need help deciding where to eat? Here's a detailed description of each restaurant, along with pictures and reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in New Orleans. Bone appetit!

Pet Friendly Parkway Tavern
Parkway Tavern Parkway Tavern has been serving authentic N'awlins cuisine for over 100 years while offering spacious outdoor seating that welcomes dogs. Enjoy the award-winning golden fried shrimp po'boys, smoked sausage sandwiches, classic grilled reubens, and meatball subs with marinara. Open daily at 11am; closed on Tuesdays. See Details
Pet Friendly Lucy's Retired Surfers Bar & Restaurant
Lucy's Retired Surfers Bar & Restaurant Lucy’s Retired Surfers Bar & Restaurant is the quintessential surfer’s joint, serving tacos, burgers, a variety of seafood, and specialty mixed cocktails. Enjoy a dog-friendly menu every visit and our weekly Waggin’ Wednesdays featuring specials like the Lucy’s Puppy Popsicle. Indoor/outdoor seating welcomes all puppy pals. Lucy's Retired Surfers Bar & Restaurant is open from 11am to midnight Monday through Thursday, 11am to 2am on Friday, 10am to 2am on Saturday, and 10am to midnight Sunday. See Details
Dat Dog Dat Dog is a pet-friendly restaurant claiming to combine 'the soul of Louisiana with the sophistication of Europe.' Vistors to New Orleans with Fido in tow and a craving for an artfully crafted hot dog can head to one of Dat Dog's many outdoor tables to enjoy. Dat Dog's menu is comprised of hot dogs, sausage--including vegetarian, vegan, and fish,--burgers, and chicken--fried, grilled or tossed in buffalo sauce,--beer battered cod, fries, and more. See Details
Live Oak Cafe Live Oak Cafe serves hearty breakfasts and lunches to local patrons, and offers dog-friendly seating on the sidewalk. Popular menu options include biscuits and gravy, banana split pancakes, eggs Florentine, chicken salad sandwiches, red beans and rice, and signature cocktail drinks. Opens at 7am Monday thru Saturday, 9am on Sunday; closed Wednesdays. See Details
New Orleans Creole Cookery New Orleans Creole Cookery is a casual, upscale restaurant housed in a historic French Quarter building complete with its own ghost stories. The exposed brick charm includes an intimate courtyard patio with plenty of dog-friendly seating. Their menu boasts numerous Big Easy favorites like gumbo, oysters, jambalaya, and house specials. You'll also find a list of steaks and chops as well as several vegetarian options. New Orleans Creole Cookery also serves a special menu of house cocktails and hurricanes along with a full bar. They are open seven days a week from 11am to 10pm, and reservations are recommended. See Details
Dry Dock Cafe Drydock serves tasty Cajun offerings such as po'boys, French dip sandwiches, muffaletta, and red beans and rice. Outdoor seating is limited, but dog friendly. See Details
Mississippi River Bottom Cajun/creole dishes like crawfish, pasta jambalaya, red beans and rice, etouffee, and catfish po'boys. Courtyard seating is dog friendly. See Details
Ernst Cafe Ernst Cafe has been serving Cajun cuisine in the historic New Orleans warehouse district since 1902. Sidewalk seating is dog friendly. See Details
Cafe Navarre Neighborhood cafe located in Mid-City serves paninis, po'boys, and pizza. Outdoor seating is dog friendly. See Details
Whole Foods Market Whole Foods Market is an upscale grocery chain specializing in fresh, organic fare and salad and hot food bars with dog-friendly outdoor seating. See Details
Press Street Station Nawlins style dishes include slow-cooked pulled pork, BBQ moules frites, and pan-roasted Gulf fish. Outdoor tables welcome dogs. See Details
Flamingo A-Go-Go Flamingo A-Go-Go, located in New Orleans, LA, is a quirky eatery that serves up a variety of tasty fare (with a menu specifically curated for Fido, to boot!) Pups are welcome to join their people at one of their pet-friendly outdoor tables while they enjoy a bowl of Doggie's Delight with shredded chicken, white rice, black beans, corn, and cucumber! Humans can start off with an order of the Na'Cho Nachos topped with chorizo, queso blanco, pico de gallo, roasted chilies, and green chili aioli. Next, chow down on the Jerk Burger - a Jamaican jerk patty topped with pepper jack cheese, mango salsa, pickled red onion, and green chili aioli on a brioche bun. Flamingo A-Go-Go is open Monday through Friday from 11am to 2am, and Saturday through Sunday from 9am to 2am. See Details
Belle's Diner Breakfast all day. 4 outside tables. Dog Bowl with water provided. Chicken and Waffles!!!!!! See Details
Channing Tatum's Saints and Sinners Channing Tatum's Saints and Sinners is styled after the burlesque red light district of New Orleans' past. There are a few dog-friendly tables outside where you and your dog can have a ""sinfully good time"" chowing down on seafood, Southern cooking, sandwiches, and other finger-licking plates. When weather permits, Fido is welcome outside. See Details
The American Sector American Sector allows you to choose from fried gulf oyster salad, burgers, bacon braised duck, and warm cookies and milk for dessert. Fido can be at your feet on the outdoor patio. See Details
Horns Omelets for breakfast, BLTs and po'boys for lunch, and BBQ shrimp and meatloaf for dinner. Patio is dog friendly. See Details
SoBou The SoBou staff are passionate about Creole cooking and craft cocktails with multiple awards and accolades to their name. You will find two dog-friendly tables outside so you can order your food to go from the bar, then enjoy it outside with your pup. Their menus are extensive with a range of small plates, large entrees, sandwiches, and desserts. They also serve a dizzying array of cocktails, wines, and beers. SoBou is open daily from 7am to 10pm. See Details
Cochon Butcher Cochon Butcher is a unique New Orleans eatery that's part butcher shop, part deli where you'll find an array of charcuterie and Cajun classics. There is plenty of room for Fido at their ten dog-friendly tables so you can dig into hot boudin, homemade jams, hearty sandwiches, and special cocktails. Call ahead to ensure outdoor seating is available. Cochon Butcher is open Monday through Thursday from 10am to 10pm, Friday through Saturday from 10am to 11pm, and Sunday from 10am to 4pm. See Details
Creole House Restaurant & Oyster Bar Creole House Restaurant and Oyster Bar offers three dog-friendly tables and is located right off bustling Canal Street. Their menu revolves around local cuisine with options like jambalaya, crawfish etouffee, gumbo, po'boys, and seafood. They also serve a number of oyster dishes as well as a breakfast menu. Creole House is open Sunday through Thursday from 7am to 11pm and Friday through Saturday from 7am to 12am. See Details
Katie's Restaurant & Bar Katie's Restaurant and Bar offers seven dog-friendly tables and a diverse menu of homemade bites. Their daily menu consists of sandwiches, po'boys, and interesting entrees with vegetarian options and seafood. Sunday brunch is available from 9amto 3pm with specialty items and lunch plates. Katie's is open Monday through Thursday from 11am to 9pm, Friday through Saturday from 11am to 10pm, and Sunday from 9am to 3pm. See Details
GG's Dine-O-Rama Located in the historic Garden District, GG's serves unique homemade dishes in a relaxed setting with dog-friendly patio seating. GG's menu includes biscuits and gravy, jumbo breakfast burritos, Southern-style mac and cheese, and shrimp po' boys. The dog friendly restaurant is open for breakfast and lunch every day except Wednesday. See Details
Cochon Rustic, contemporary, and rooted in Cajun culture, Cochon provides an upscale meal in a casual atmosphere. There are five dog-friendly tables on their patio where you and your pup can dig into locally sources pork, produce, and seafood. Their dishes rotate and often include off-menu specials but you can expect plates like fried boudin, smoked ham hock, or oven roasted Gulf fish. The bar serves a variety of house cocktails along with beer, wine, and cider. Cochon is open Monday through Thursday from 11am to 10pm, Friday through Saturday from 11am to 11pm, and Sunday from 11am to 10pm. Reservations are recommended. See Details
Palace Cafe Surrounded by the bustling Canal Street and located on the bottom floor of the historic Werlein's music building, Palace Cafe offers regional fare in a lush setting. There are several pet-friendly tables on the sidewalk seating where you can take in the city with your pooch. Their menus are extensive spotlighting local favorites as well as house specials like their Shrimp Tchefuncte or their savory Crabmeat Cheesecake. Their live jazz brunch is available Saturday and Sunday from 10:30am to 2:30pm. They also serve a generous cocktail menu and a list of shareable plates. Palace Cafe is open for breakfast Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 11:00am. Lunch is served Monday through Friday from 11:30am to 2:30pm and dinner is available nightly from 5:30pm until close. See Details
District Donuts.Sliders.Brew District: Donuts Sliders Brew is based on the concept of creating gourmet donuts and sandwiches complimented by specialty drinks. While their lunch selections and drinks are constant crowd-pleasers, their donuts are the main stars of the show with flavors like Ginger Mint Julep and Banana Pudding. District has a few small tables outside with dog-friendly seating. Lunch begins at 11am daily where you can choose between an array of sandwiches, burgers, and donut sandwiches. This location on Magazine is open seven days a week from 7am to 9pm. See Details