Dog Friendly Restaurants in Johns Island, SC

There are 13 pet friendly restaurants in Johns Island that welcome dogs at their outdoor tables. Need help to decide 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 Johns Island. Bone appetit!

Pet Friendly Cabana Burgers & Shakes
Cabana Burgers & Shakes Cabana Burgers & Shakes is an American eatery in Johns Island serving up freshly ground, hand-formed burgers made to order, plus specialty sandwiches salads and oversize shakes. Dogs are welcome to join you on the patio. See Details
Pet Friendly Southern Brews Coffee Drive Thru
Southern Brews Coffee Drive Thru Southern Brews Coffee is primarily a drive-thru coffee establishment, but they have a nice outdoor seating area to relax and enjoy coffee or pastry with dogs. See Details
Blu Oyster Sushi & Seafood Blu Oyster Sushi & Seafood is a popular dog-friendly seafood and sushi restaurant in Johns Island, SC.
Allow Fido to accompany you for a delicious meal at a table on the large covered patio. Enjoy upscale seafood dishes in a casual welcoming environment. Menu items include a selection of fresh seafood appetizers and entrées, sushi, sashimi & nigiri, sandwiches with hand-cut fries, and seafood market platters. Pair your favorite dish with a refreshing cocktail, glass of wine, draft beer or soda.
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LOKAL Seabar Located in Bohicket Marina, Lokal Seabar offers a variety of seafood dishes, casual ambiance, and a spacious dog-friendly patio. Sample from the raw bar or try tasty options such as Manhattan chowder, BBQ shrimp, crispy frog legs, crab cake BLTs, lobster mac and cheese, jambalaya, and whole fried flounder. Opens at 11:30am Monday through Saturday and 10:30am on Sunday. Ice cold buckets of water and milk bone treats are available for Fido. See Details
KISS Cafe KISS Cafe is a daytime cafe in Johns Island, SC serving up fresh plates for breakfast and lunch, plus wine and craft beer. Dogs are allowed at outdoor tables. See Details
Tattooed Moose You can kick back for a cold drink with Fido at the Tattooed Moose. There are sixteen dog-friendly tables at this location in Johns Island. The menus include gourmet pub fare and regional eats with sandwiches, snacks, and sides. You can munch on tasty plates like duck fat fries, wings, classic sandwiches, and signatures like Mike's Famous Duck Club. Craft beer nerds will find a huge selection craft brews from local beers to choices from around world. They also provide a wide selection of big name beers, ciders, and wine. Don't miss out on weekend brunch with favorites like the Fried Chicken Wing Bloody Mary. See Details
Gilligan's Seafood Gilligan's Seafood, located in Johns Island, is a casual seafood eatery that serves up a variety of tasty dishes. Choose from menu options including starters, raw bar, steamers, soups, salads, seafood, sausage, sandwiches, tacos, burgers, beef, chicken, and more. Fido is welcome to join you at one of their six pet-friendly outdoor tables while you enjoy your meal. Start off with an order of the Fried Green Tomato and Crabcake Stack - a lump crabcake stacked between two lightly-fried green tomatoes and drizzled with a creamy Cajun sauce. Next, chow down on Gilly's Steam Pot with steamed shrimp, crab legs, clams, sausage, red potatoes, corn on the cob, and onions, in a lemon-garlic-butter broth. Or go for the Southwest Mahi Mahi Tacos topped with crunchy cabbage tossed in a sesame-sriracha aioli. See Details
Sunrise Bistro The dog-friendly Sunrise Bistro serves hearty breakfast and lunch dishes in a cozy and colorful neighborhood atmosphere. Hungry patrons can feast on smoked salmon bagels, biscuits and gravy, open face omelettes, French toast, shrimp and grits, Caesar salad, personal pizzas, cheese quesadillas, a wide range of sandwiches, including BLTS, turkey melts, roast beef, and corned beef reubens, plus yummy dessert offerings like key lime pie and brownie sundaes. Wash it down with mimosas, cold beer, or a glass of house wine. Dogs are welcome on the small back patio. Sunrise Bistro is open Tuesday through Saturday 7am to 2:30pm, Sunday 9am to 1pm, and is closed Mondays. See Details
Crave Crave Restaurant serves a tasty array of lowcountry cuisine in a casual, bucolic setting that welcomes dogs in the outdoor seating area. Flavorful menu options include oyster shooters, clams casino, arugula salad with roasted tomatoes, seafood chowder, short rib empanadas, crab cake BLTs, grilled flank steak, shrimp and grits, blackened mahi mahi, smoket brisket, grilled lamb chops, and for dessert, warm peach cobbler and key lime tarts. The lone picnic table out front is dog friendly, so call ahead to ensure seating with Fido. Crave Restaurant is open Wednesday through Saturday 11am to 8pm, Sunday 11am to 4pm, and is closed Mondays and Tuesdays. See Details
Krazy Owls Krazy Owls serves tasty American cuisine in an eclectic, steampunk-inspired atmosphere that welcomes dogs at outside tables. Patrons can admire the unique decor while feeding their appetites with delicious offerings such as chicken Cobb salad, wings, mini crab cakes, oyster sliders, BLTs, reubens, cheeseburgers, turkey melts, shrimp and grits, teriyaki salmon, pot roast with mashed potatoes, and for dessert, key lime pie and carrot cake. Dogs can join their owners in the front patio seating area. Krazy Owls is open Tuesday through Thursday from 11am to 10pm, Friday and Saturday 11am to 1am, Sunday 10am to 9pm, and is closed Mondays. See Details
La Tela Pizzeria Savor Neapolitan style pizza and other Italian favorites at Le Tela Pizzeria, a warm, inviting eatery with dog-friendly outside tables located in the Freshfields Village shopping plaza. Delicious menu choices include roasted beet salad, pasta fagioli, classic lasagna, eggplant parmigiana, ravioli with ricotta, meatball and sausage grinders, and wood-fired artisan pizza like mushroom ragout, basil with mozzarella, Sicilian oregano, gorgonzola, and quail egg. Dessert lovers can top off the meal with creamy gelato or panna cotta. The outdoor seating area welcomes dogs, but food must be ordered inside and brought to the table. La Tela Pizzeria is open from 11am to 10pm seven days a week. See Details
FortyEight - A Wine Bar FortyEight A Wine Bar offers 48 wines, 48 craft brews, and 48 food items every day, served in a cozy, retro setting that welcomes dogs in the outside seating area. Select a glass of wine or local craft beer to complement a flavorful assortment of dishes such as charcuterie, beet and arugula salad, baked brie, Italian paninis, crab cake BLTs, steak and cheese flatbread, and for dessert, ice cream sandwiches. Dogs can sit with their owners at any of the six tables in the side outdoor seating area. FortyEight A Wine Bar is open from 10am to 9pm Monday through Thursday, 10am to 10pm Friday and Saturday, and noon to 9pm Sunday. See Details
Ladles Soups - Freshfields Village Ladles Soups on Gardners Circle offers 10 to 14 made from scratch soups and made to order sandwiches daily. Dogs are welcome at two pet-friendly outdoor tables. Orders are placed inside at the counter, so Fido will have to remain outside while you go in to order. See Details
Brown Dog Deli Brown Dog Deli is a dog-friendly eatery in Charleston, SC, where Fido can join you at an outdoor table. Their menu features large deli salads, juicy hot dogs, and vegan/vegetarian/gluten-free options. See Details
39 Rue de Jean Dogs are welcome on the bar's sidewalk patio at 39 Rue de Jean, a quaint French cafe in Charleston, SC. Featuring traditional brasserie cuisine, "Rue" is a spot where Charlestonians meet to break bread and clink glasses of beer and wine. Popular menu items include steak frites, coq au vin, escargots, and inexplicably good sushi. Open daily for lunch and dinner, and brunch on Sunday. See Details
Page's Okra Grill Page's Okra Grill specializes in Southern soul food and seafood like shrimp & grits, lowcountry crab cakes, fried chicken, and PBTs. Covered patio seating is dog friendly. See Details
Lost Dog Cafe Located just a few blocks from the Folly Beach Pier, Lost Dog Cafe serves tasty breakfast and lunch offerings with a Southern spin in a bright and cheery atmosphere with outdoor seating that welcomes dogs. Whet the whistle with a hot or cold coffee drink before digging into cinnamon rolls, biscuits and gravy, huevos rancheros, shrimp and grits, quesadillas, mahi salad, chicken salad croissants, Boars Head hot dawgs, and bacon cheddar burgers. Bring friends and Fido, but be prepared for a wait, especially on Saturdays. Lost Dog Cafe is open Monday through Saturday from 6:30am to 3pm and 6:30am to 2pm on Sunday. See Details
Eli's Table Menu includes crispy oyster salad, day boat scallops, duck and waffles, and center cut pork chops. Outdoor seating welcomes dogs. See Details
DIG In The Park DIG In The Park in North Charleston serves tasty offerings such as shrimp and grits, wings, and burgers. Their spacious patio is dog friendly, and there is a fenced-in grassy area for playing. See Details
The Shelter Kitchen + Bar One of Mount Pleasant’s favorite bars and restaurants, the dog-friendly Shelter Kitchen & Bar offers an outstanding locally sourced menu that includes pesto burgers, chicken and pancake sandwiches, pane seared blue crab cakes, and corned beef mash. Well-behaved dogs are welcome on the front porch/patio. Try the Low Country Egg Rolls (pulled pork and collards in a crispy wonton roll with house-made Carolina BBQ dipping sauce), the Fried Green Tomato BLT, Lowcountry Boil, Fried Pickles & Okra, and many other burgers, pub appetizers, sandwiches or entrees. Brunch, seasonal desserts, and late night menu also available. The Shelter also hosts a vibrant evening cocktail and music scene. See Details
The Glass Onion The Glass Onion is a dog-friendly, Southern restaurant in Charleston, SC, where Fido can join you at an outdoor table. The menu features locally-sourced meats and vegetables and a full service bar serving craft beer, wine, and cocktails. The daily menu includes representative dishes like shrimp toast, rabbit liver mousse, blackened ribeye steak, shrimp and grits, fried soft shell crab, buttermilk fried quail with sides like braised collards, Charleston red rice, and macaroni salad. See Details
FUEL Charleston FUEL Cantina is a dog-friendly restaurant in downtown Charleston, where Fido is welcome to join you at an outdoor table. Featured on Food Network's Diners, Drive Ins and Dives, Fuel has a tropical setting housed in an old gas station with an indoor/outdoor bar and one of Charleston’s largest patios. The ambiance strikes a balance between relaxation and nostalgia. FUEL Charleston serves Caribbean influenced cuisine using simple ingredients accompanied by affordable beers, signature cocktails, and unique wines. See Details
Poe's Tavern The quintessential beach bar is located two blocks from the water. They serve freshly ground burgers, fish tacos, salads, quesadillas, and chicken sandwiches. Wash it all down with a selection of import and domestic beers on tap, and in bottles. Well-behaved dogs are welcome on the outdoor patio. See Details
Ellis Creek Fish Camp Ellis Creek Fish Camp in Charleston offers a casual camp-like setting with a large, dog-friendly outdoor dining area consisting of picnic tables, booths, and marsh-site seating for guests to comfortably dine with their canine. Patrons can fill their bellies with mouthwatering options like ceviche, catfish bites, oyster po'boys, crab cake sandwiches, shrimp and grits, fried flounder, and lobster tails. Be sure to ask for their “Tail Waggin Menu” consisting of tasty treats such as beef stew, salmon plate, and a dessert from King of Pups. See Details