Dog Friendly Restaurants in New Orleans, LA

There are 250 dog-friendly restaurants in New Orleans 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 New Orleans. Bone appetit!

Pet Friendly Lucy's Retired Surfers Bar & Restaurant
Lucy's Retired Surfers Bar & Restaurant Lucy’s Retired Surfers Bar & Restaurant in New Orleans 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. See Details
Pet Friendly Cafe Beignet
Cafe Beignet Located in the heart of the historic French Quarter, Cafe Beignet offers pet-friendly outdoor tables and traditional New Orleans, LA cuisine in a cozy, warm environment. Sample local favorites like handmade beignets, jambalaya, and po-boys. See Details
Claire's Pour House The dog-friendly Claire's Pour House in New Orleans welcomes Fido inside and outside. Stop by with friends and furry friends for drinks and conversation. Great location in the French Quarter. See Details
Chartres House Chartres House is a local pet-friendly eatery in New Orleans, LA serving Cajun-Creole cuisine. Dogs are welcome at outdoor tables. Stop by and check out their selection of crawfish cakes, po' boys and muffaletta. They are open on Fridays and Saturdays. 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 dog 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 or the Jerk Burger - a Jamaican jerk patty topped with pepper jack cheese and mango salsa. See Details
Oceana Grill Oceana Grill is a Cajun and Creole cafe located steps from Bourbon Street in the heart of New Orleans' French Quarter. They serve crab cakes, gumbo, specialty po'boys, seafood, and a variety a Creole-inspired pasta. Dogs are permitted to join you at an outdoor table in the pet-friendly courtyard while you enjoy your meal. See Details
Cafe Amelie Brunch and dinner are hits at the dog-friendly Cafe Amelie in New Orleans, LA. Both you and Fido will enjoy the patio fountains and night-blooming jasmine. Enjoy classic Louisiana fare such as shrimp and grits, short ribs and Johnny Cakes, chicken and waffles, gumbo, Cajun catfish, veggie pasta and more. A full bar with specialty cocktails is also available. Reservations are recommended. See Details
Herbsaint Herbsaint is a pet-friendly eatery in New Orleans, LA. They offer full and half-sized entrees for lunch and dinner. Fido is allowed to join you at the outdoor patio when it is open, dependent on weather. Be sure to note that you have a dog and would like to sit outside when you make a reservation. See Details
The Rum House New Orleans' only Caribbean Taqueria, serving delicious jerked chicken, Caribbean inspired tacos, and island inspired beach drinks on Magazine Street. See Details
Rosedale Rosedale is a neighborhood restaurant with a quirky, relaxed atmosphere. Fido is welcome to join you at their five dog-friendly tables. You can sample various flavors with their diverse selection of small plates or dive right in with a big plate like their Paneed Pork Chop or Cochon de Lait Poboy. Rosedale also serves a broad range of cocktails, beers, and wine. Rosedale is open Wednesday through Sunday from 11am until close. See Details
Orleans Grapevine Wine Bar & Bistro The wine list and appetizers earn rave reviews at Orleans Grapevine, as does the cozy atmosphere and pet-friendly courtyard seating. See Details
The Joint The Joint provides high-quality BBQ meats and sides, and will also bring your pup a bowl of water on the dog-friendly back patio. Enjoy succulent ribs, pulled pork, smoked brisket, and chopped chicken, complemented by potato salad, baked beans, and mac and cheese. Open Monday through Saturday 11:30am to 10pm. See Details
Croissant d'Or Patisserie Tucked away from the crowds in a charming Victorian era shop, Croissant d'Or Patisserie in New Orleans offers fresh pastries and coffee, and outdoor seating that welcomes dogs. Choose from a variety of sweet treats such as chocolate croissants, apple strudel, cherry danish, and lemon tarts, plus savory eats like spinach quiche, Greek salad, and grilled chicken sandwiches. See Details
New Orleans Creole Cookery New Orleans Creole Cookery in New Orleans 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. Reservations are recommended. See Details
Frankie & Johnny's Drop by Frankie and Johnny's for some authentic Cajun cookin'. Try the crab cakes, catfish sandwich, oysters,, and red beans and rice. Porch seating is dog friendly. See Details
Royal House Oyster Bar Restaurant Royal House Oyster Bar Restaurant in New Orleans offers Cajun cuisine done the 'Nawlins way. Sample chargrilled oysters, crawfish etouffee, shrimp Creole, and fried fish po'boys. Alcove seating near the sidewalk is dog friendly. See Details
The Crown & Anchor English Pub Just a short ferry ride across the river from New Orleans to Algiers Point is The Crown & Anchor, an English pub with pet-friendly picnic tables where you can grab a pint with your pup. They offer a wide selection of English and American brews along with scotch, wine, whiskey and more. Their snack selection is limited but you're welcome to bring along something to munch on while you relax with a cold glass of your favorite draft. See Details
Gazebo Cafe Cozy cafe serves authentic regional fare such as popcorn shrimp, gumbo, alligator or shrimp po'boys, red beans and rice, and fried catfish. Outdoor seating is dog friendly. See Details
Juan's Flying Burrito At Juan's Flying Burrito on Magazine Street, their chefs make their food to order and finish their dishes off with a minute on the grill. Outside the restaurant, you and Fido will find six dog-friendly tables. You could start your dining experience off with some Badass Bacon Bean Dip: applewood bacon, refried pinto beans, green onions, sour cream, and chopped bacon. Follow up your Mexican appetizer with a red chile chicken quesadilla, served with grilled adobo chicken, cheese, goat cheese, leaf spinach, and a side of cucumber salad. Finish off your south of the border dining experience with a churro cookie sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar. See Details