Dog Friendly Restaurants in Livingston, MT

There are 4 pet friendly restaurants in Livingston 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 Livingston. Bone appetit!

Pet Friendly Pickle Barrel
Pickle Barrel This sandwich spot on S Main Street has three pet-friendly outdoor tables, so you can bring your pup along. Pickle Barrel makes huge hot and cold sub sandwiches, like the Dragon Slayer, with salami and ham, and the Big Sky Special, with turkey and bacon. They also offer salads for those looking for something light. 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
Pet Friendly Dairy Queen
Dairy Queen Dairy Queen is a dog-friendly quick-service food concept serving frozen sweet treats to Livingston locals and tourists alike. One outdoor bench is available to dog owners with a sweet tooth wanting to indulge alongside Fido. Dairy Queen's menu is comprised of Grillburgers, artisan-style sandwiches, hot dogs, chicken strip baskets, snacks such as Pretzel Sticks with Zesty Queso, Potato Skins, and chicken snack melts, salads, and sides such as fries, onion rings, and cheese curds. Its menu also includes blizzards, hot desserts a la mode, dipped cones, sundaes, cold and blended coffees, shakes, malts, and Orange Julius drinks. A drive-thru window is also available if you don't want to tie your dog up outside while you go in to order. See Details
Neptunes Taphouse and Eatery Born from Neptune’s Brewery, Neptune’s Taphouse and Eatery in Livingston, MT continues the vibrant sea theme with house-brewed craft beers and a menu described as "surf-style sushi" paired alongside burgers and seafood. When weather permits, dogs may to join you on the seasonal patio. See Details
Tru North Cafe Located on Main St in historic downtown Livingston, Tru North Cafe is a unique cafe serving made-to-order eats, espresso, frozen drinks, and coffee. Dogs are permitted to join you at one of two outdoor bistro tables in front of the cafe. See Details
Wild Flour Bakery Wild Flour Bakery is a dog-friendly spot to find a cup of coffee and a cinnamon roll for Emigrant locals and tourists alike. Dog owners with a craving for a pulled pork sandwich can relax alongside their canine and sit at one of Wild Flour's many outdoor tables overlooking Emigrant Peak to enjoy their meal. The Bakery's menu includes a variety of freshly baked breads, breakfast items, sandwiches, salads, pizzas, and barbecue dishes such as spare ribs, beef brisket, half chicken, pulled pork, bison tri-tip, and more. Wild Flour customers rave about the freshly baked pastries. The days Follow Yer' Nose BBQ is served, as well as the hours The Wild Flour Bakery is open, vary seasonally, so guests should call ahead or check the website before planning their outing. See Details
Clyde Park Tavern Serving "ranchers, hunters, and locals or even the drive by tourists just dropping in to recharge, dine and relax," Clyde Park Tavern is a dog-friendly establishment in Park County. Dog owners can head to the Tavern's outdoor picnic table to enjoy a plate of Taco Salad and Chips while Fido lounges underfoot. Clyde Park Tavern's menu includes breakfast items, appetizers, wings, salads, steaks, fish, and chicken, sandwiches, burgers, and more. A favorite is the Bridger Mountain Burger, a bacon cheeseburger, topped with an egg, homemade bbq sauce, and chipotle sauce. Diners can order a drink from its full bar or a glass of wine to wash it all down. Clyde Park Tavern is open Sunday through Thursday from 8am to 8pm and Friday through Saturday from 8am to 9pm. See Details