Dog Friendly Barbecue Restaurants in Philadelphia, PA

There are 2 pet friendly barbecue restaurants in Philadelphia 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 Philadelphia. Bone appetit!

Pet Friendly Devil's Alley
Devil's Alley Located just blocks from famous Rittenhouse Square, Devil's Alley specializes in authentic BBQ and other classic bar and grill favorites in a stylish bi-level space that welcomes dogs in the tree-filled courtyard. Tasty menu offerings include smoked chicken, St. Louis style ribs, crab cakes, beef brisket sandwiches, turkey burgers, and mahi mahi tacos. Opens at 11am during the week and 10am on weekends. See Details
Pet Friendly Mission BBQ
Mission BBQ Dogs are allowed at outdoor tables at Mission BBQ on Roosevelt Boulevard in Philadelphia. At Mission BBQ, they believe that BBQ is the most American thing going and they serve their authentic meats in honor of those Americans who serve the country. You can take a look at the meat market menu that includes brisket, pulled pork, turkey, pulled chicken, and sausage. Please note that table service isn't available, so your dog will need to be tied up outside when you go in to order. See Details
Famous Dave's Famous Dave's offers tasty BBQ at the right price, a casual atmosphere, and outdoor seating that is dog friendly. A menu packed with flavor and spice features mouthwatering meats such as award-winning St. Louis style ribs, Texas beef brisket, Georgia chopped pork, and hot link sausages, plus burgers, sandwiches, and traditional sides. Open 11am to 10pm seven days a week. Call ahead to ensure table availability. See Details
Red, Hot & Blue Red, Hot & Blue captures the flavor and aroma of authentic hickory smoked Memphis BBQ in a casual, modern atmosphere that welcomes dogs at outdoor tables. In addition to savory brisket, chicken, pork, and ribs, the strongly Southern menu features Brunswick stew, Delta catfish, fried Gulf shrimp, Cajun burgers, and fruit cobbler for dessert. Opens at 11am Monday through Saturday and 12pm on Sunday. See Details
Mission BBQ Dogs are allowed at Mission BBQ on Deptford Center Rd. Outside, you and Fido will discover five pet-friendly tables to peruse. The patriotic founders of Mission BBQ strive to remind everyone what makes America great, the homegrown heroes. They believe that BBQ is the most American thing going and they serve their authentic meats in honor of those Americans who serve the country. You can take a look at the meat market menu that includes brisket, pulled pork, turkey, pulled chicken, and sausage. Please note that table service isn't available, so your dog will need to be tied up outside when you go in to order. See Details
The Lucky Well There are four outside tables at this pet-friendly restaurant. The Lucky Well co-owner Chad Rosenthal was a finalist on season nine of Food Network Star, and opened his BBQ spot in 2012. Serving Memphis-style BBQ, with options like St. Louis Pork Ribs, Beef Brisket and Lancaster Chicken. You can kick off your meal with Grilled Bacon & Poblano Hush Puppies or Fried Pickles. Want something a little lighter? There's a Kale & Brussels Sprouts Caesar and Strawberry & Basil Gazpacho. Open Tuesday and Wednesday 4:00pm to 12:00am, Thursday 11:30am to 12:00am, Friday and Saturday 11:30am to late, and Sunday 11:30am to 10:00pm. See Details